Accidentally Summoned (Oops, sorry.) is a Japanese manga published by Alphapolis. It is also known as Tensei Shichatta yo (Iya, Gomen) in Japanese. It belongs to genre such as Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Shounen, Supernatural, Magic, Past Memories, Isekai, Reincarnation etc.
Accidentally Summoned aka Tensei Shichatta yo (Iya, Gomen) has been authored by Headphones Samurai and artist is Yatoyaniwa. It was released in 2015 and there are 72+ chapters have been released till date across 7 volumes.
The story has been adapted from light novel called (Um, Sorry) I’ve Been Reincarnated!. Tensei Shichatta yo (Iya, Gomen) has been serialized in AlphaPolis Web Manga.
Story of Accidentally Summoned manga
Sho passes away before his time as a consequence of a god’s error. He is resurrected in a another universe as Will, the oldest son of a prominent noble family. When he eventually squeezes inside his father’s library, he discovers that magic does exist in this world.
When he tries to employ magic, he is shocked to discover that he has a trick skill that boosts his magical prowess and lets him use all the components! A fantastical tale about a former genius from a Japanese high school with unrivalled magical abilities!
In order to compensate for mistakenly taking high school student Shou’s life, a god provides him rebirth along with a gift. Shou requests that his previous memories be kept with him in his new existence.
In a world where using magic is ubiquitous and necessitates having a working grasp of kanji characters, Shou is reincarnated as Will, the son of a nobility. He is a clever toddler with all of his memories, and when he explores with magic, he discovers that he has a remarkable knack for it!
Additionally, despite being intelligent and unwanted in his previous life, he now has a father and a mother who genuinely care for him. Will’s future appears to be quite promising!
Where to read Tensei Shichatta yo (Iya, Gomen) manga for free?
The first 3 chapters are available on Crunchyroll. The first chapter is free, however, you need to have premium subscription in order to read the other 2 chapters.
You can read the first 3 chapters for free on Alpha Manga who is the official publisher. For the rest of the chapters, you need to download their app from play store or app store.
There are various third party websites which are offering all the chapters to be read for free. English translation is available in high quality images. You may read the manga for free from here and here.
Characters appearing in Accidentally Summoned manga
The following are the list of characters that appear in this manga:
He starts his new existence with a cheat code that enables him to use power from all of the elements, due to the God who unintentionally killed him.
With the aid of a teacher, Will starts to learn how to harness his magical skills. He eventually starts his life at the academy, where he meets new people, discovers magic, and immediately develops adversaries.
- John Veltor
- Kian Beryl
- Lily Beryl
- Jean Veltor
Reviews about Tensei Shichatta yo (Iya, Gomen) manga
It isn’t horrible, but it is cliched and monotonous. The main character gets reborn into an universe where the whole magic mechanism is Japanese, but everyone there has a hard time pronouncing Japanese, thus his only real advantage is that he speaks his own language and has an absurd amount of mana.
He acts like an OP kid while being brilliant, and it all goes his way. attends magic school, destroys the magic reading equipment, and is basically OP. There are plot attempts, but they are all just variations on “mystery figure wants him dead, but all their machinations are easily thwarted because he’s OP.” That’s there.
It’s not bad; it’s just a little monotonous.
Some stupid MC, who is being educated, decides he wants to be ugly rather than his highly attractive and popular self and inadvertently kills himself with a vase. (Really, the death was so absurd and unfunny, a truck would have been preferable.)
After expressing his desire for a normal life to the god, the main character (MC) is resurrected as a super OP with attractive appearance. How so OP He will be the greatest at magic because the narrative is so poor and the new world’s language is Japanese, which only he understands. What’s worse is that there is no creativity in the world-building; it is essentially a Japanese system with Japanese appearances and attire.
To live a normal life, although the protagonist goes to great lengths to master magic and then hides it half-heartedly. By chapter 20, however, everything is revealed, and the plot’s premise and aim are destroyed. Enemy? What terrible writing—some wicked organization is seeking to kill the MC for little or no apparent reason, and just the MC.
Chapter 1 starts out strong, but it rapidly deteriorates and diverges from the plot. As of chapter 20, the new planet has no substance or character development.
Characters are simple, elderly Japanese individuals dressed in traditional Japanese garb. Nothing fresh, no character development, etc.
Although I assumed I wouldn’t enjoy this manga after reading the description, I was surprised. Although the manga is full of clichés, it does employ them in a way that is rather original.
The main redeeming feature is that this narrative isn’t about the OP young lord being OP (though he is), but rather about him attempting to blend into the new society.
A pleasant read if you want to kill some time, but there’s nothing revolutionary.
In essence. While sometimes being harassed by others, MC is OP and attempting to hide his potential.
Very formal and petty. It’s remarkable how many conversations you can skip and yet comprehend the main idea. The friend of the MC, who is cliche from bottom to top and acts as an introduction, is the saddest thing (I wish he would appear less often).
I apologise for not being objective, but I prefer natural flow, and in this instance the narrative sticks too closely to the plot. It appears forced and fake.
Clean and simple to read, Art and Style.
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