I Became the Mother of the Strongest Demon Lord’s 10 Children in Another World
There are only 11 chapters of I Became the Mother of the Strongest Demon Lord’s 10 Children in Another World but I already love it.
Summary: A girl from modern day Japan was summoned to another world to be the mother of the demon king’s children.
This is pure comedy so don’t expect anything other than a few laughs. The art is pretty nice, too. I love the kids! They are so adorable and funny!
I admit that at first I thought that the main character would be annoying since she’s pretty much helpless because, unlike most isekai manga protagonists, she didn’t get any powers or “cheat” skill, but she’s pretty okay. She’s the voice of reason in the demon king’s castle.
It’s a manga that makes me smile when I read it which is always nice.
The manga has been translated into English by fan scanlation group AOC Translations.
I’m okay! I was sick for a few days but I recovered. To be honest, I was pretty panicked for a time since there’s a pandemic. I hope I won’t get sick again. Thanks for everyone’s good wishes. Please stay safe, everyone!
Imperial Edict (Completely Translated)
In Xia Kingdom, the general’s granddaughter, Situ Xiu, wasn’t only weak and cowardly but she is also a stutterer! One day, her younger twin brother decided to run away on a whim. The emperor, not knowing the situation, issued an imperial edict sending her twin brother to the frontline of the war!
Shenanigans ensue when Situ Xiu must crossdress to take her brother’s place as the young general. She’s forced to lead the army against the Cha kingdom’s God of War, who is a total hottie with heterochromia.
Based on the otome (romance visual novel game) of the same name, the Nise no Chigiri manga has been completely scanlated in English by fans. It has 19 chapters which is a good length – not too short, not too long.
The art is pretty good and I like the male “targets.” It’s a reverse harem manga full of bishonen and ikemen, what’s not to like?
Of course, since this is the manga adaptation, not the game itself, only one route is explored. You’d have to play the game to get all the stories of all the possible romance routes.
The manga’s route is the romance with the most hot-blooded of the guys which is fine… but my personal favorite is the male yandere one. *cough* I love male yanderes only in stories, not in real life. *cough*
Mana is an ordinary high school student who somehow travels through time to the Sengoku Jidai (Warring States) period, and encounters Uesugi Masatora, one of the generals. He decides to protect her, while his rival Takeda Shingen targets her. With Mana knowing the outcome of this war, will she change the future?