The Hero Who Returned Remains the Strongest in the Modern World
The Hero Who Returned Remains the Strongest in the Modern World
Alternative Name:
Isekai Kaeri no Yuusha ga Gendai Saikyou! Inou Battle-kei Bishoujo o Bishibashi Choukyou Suru Koto ni!?
Status:
Ongoing
Categories:
Action, Fantasy, Romance, Comedy, Adventure, Isekai
Type :
Japanese
Author:
Shiraishi Arata
Artist:
Sameda Koban
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Morishita Taiju was transported into another world and became a hero, after wonderfully defeating the Demon Lord, he has returned to Japan. He was satisfied with his peaceful days as he hid his power, but… Hidden yokai and people with powers start to rampage, and the (rare nowadays) academy power battle-ish hidden world unfolds!! And Now He Trains Beautiful Warriors Using Superpowers!?

tl;dr: Isekai returner retains his OP skills after returning to Earth; discovers that Earth has more supernatural stuff going on than he expected. Gets dragged into various shenanigans, mostly via helping beautiful women around him.

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    A fan who wanted to like the series but couldn't Says :

    1 Month, 3 Weeks ago

    I try to remain neutral at all times. However, there are many things I love, and very few things I hate. Most of the things I like are, of course, different manga series. I have read and enjoyed everything from Attack on Titan, to Kobayashi Dragon Maid, to Dragon Ball.
    This pathetic excuse of a manga has somehow managed to find it’s way onto my hate list alongside Nestle and chihuahuas, despite its good points.
    If I had to pin it on one reason, it would be Abeno Kaguya (the shrine maiden senpai).
    The MC is well written, a classic, OP, clueless, neutral good, isekai hero with a sarcastic sense of humor that everyone likes. The Vatican-sent tsundere loli is (once again) a classic character with little-to-no sex appeal and a thick-headed demeanor that generates a good chuckle. The comedy is in good taste, the action is well-paced, and the art style accents the mood of the scene perfectly.
    Abeno, on the other hand, is a trash personality, ignorant to her own faults, and does nothing but piss me off.
    You can like this series, you can eagerly anticipate the arrival of a new chapter, you can buy whatever existing merch there may be, I’m not telling you not to. I’m telling you that her character is poorly written, and only exists to give the series an unnecessary sex appeal.
    And don’t get me started on the chapter break choices.

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