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Hero Waltz


Alt Names: alt 히어로 왈츠
Author: Penguin Juice
Artist: Penguin Juice
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyDrama DramaRomance RomanceShounen ShounenSupernatural SupernaturalTragedy TragedyWebtoon Webtoon
Type: Manhwa (Korean)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Go Sung-tae is the target of the bullies in his school... voluntarily. He is a part of a secret experiment by the government that aims to produce "Heroes" in hope of rivalling the other countries. Not wanting to get involved, he steers away from the prying eyes of the government by keeping a low profile, being the "timid" kid.

The most popular girl in his school, with a strong sense of justice decides to follow him with the intention of helping him, only to discover that he was faking his personality. (On top of that, his secret got revealed.)

What will happen to Sung-tae now?!

Original Webcomic:
http://www.lezhin.com/comic/hero_waltz

Sequel:
http://bato.to/comic/_/comics/hero-waltz-20-r20686
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219 Comments

I read up to Chapter 13 at the moment.

 

Spoiler

El 17 de enero de este año salió un nuevo capítulo, ahora tendremos que esperar a que el autor no deje tan olvidada la historia :)

Any dates for its publication?

was a pretty nice story, although the end of some of the characters were really tragic.

Would be nice to see a continuation, although it's also good enough to just end off here.

This... feels like it had a lot more potential.  

I don't get how killing helps them but whatever.

Probably because the act of killing alows them to "absorb" the energy they need to use their powers without rebound happening. Kind of like eating food to survive. Taking a life with their powers probably lets them take something else as well an "x" factor so to speak. If a normal human has a factor of 1.   and a super hero has a factor of 1,000 but each time they use their abilities the rebound takes -100 (just using values to explain) away. So as the factor goes down they lose their strength. but every time they kill a human the gain the factor that those humans had. So basically to replenish they had to kill hundreds of humans to maintain their super power. Killing other heroes have the same theoretical principle. But yeah this had to be the most depressing interpretation of superpowers ever.

Overrated.

 

Art is average. The story is cliche and shallow. How did this one even get to 4.7 stars?

I don't get how killing helps them but whatever.

This was interesting at 1st, but:

-The story went too fast, can't even feel sorry for our 2 allies (spoiler avoided)
-Deus ex machina feeling is too strong with the ending. Also

Spoiler

-The MC's "problem" ended too easily and a bit cheesy. Should have the story continue with him finding a way to cope with it (just my 2 cents)

-I can't see where the story's going anywhere with the "strongest" enemy removed so fast, the "masterminds" are all original humans, and rebound works against every enemy except our MC so far. Bet the author will have to stray from the original idea.

In conclusion, good read, and not hoping for a sequel.

Even if this is getting a 2nd season, I'm stopping here.

Note at the bottom did say something about a 2nd season. :D

I guess the name Epilogue (END) is a little misleading then :P 

Thank you Lone Manga & Hyakkiyakou

Was it mentioned somewhere that this was season one, and that the author was going to do a different series before doing season two of this one?

Can't quite remember where I read that, and what series/author it was referring to.

Yes, it was this series!

it was a nice ending, but there were so many unexplored things.... this series could have had many more chapters.

Note at the bottom did say something about a 2nd season. :D

it was a nice ending, but there were so many unexplored things.... this series could have had many more chapters.

A nice and a bit sad epilogue.

 

Thanks Lonemanga and Penguin Juice, I'll be waiting for the 2nd season.

To be expected this sort of ending when you portrait USA in a position similar to a villain...

 

Still, god bless you Penguin Juice!

That was a good ending. I'm going to miss these characters so much.

Well that was a good story

Was it mentioned somewhere that this was season one, and that the author was going to do a different series before doing season two of this one?

 

Can't quite remember where I read that, and what series/author it was referring to.

that's the end? well,that's not bad for an ending, what i regret is that it is too short. at the beginning i was sure that this will be shounen-ish, where the hero kicking some bad guy's ass for some time.

 

i thought by killing another superhero you can negate the effect of rebound, but after the fight Sung Tae still loss his memory, is it because his power is too strong that his rebound even stronger than normal rebound, and just killing one superhero cannot suppress his rebound?

 

at the end, he can recognize Ga Ram, is it because the power of love? or the hero he killed (desert eagle) actually quite powerful to suppress the rebound, but because not the same level (S and A), the rebound takes place for some time and then it disappears gradually? or..... well memory can be made from scratch anyway.

 

 

So...remember the whole rebound thing?

Spoiler

that amnesia theory can also be true

 

the explanation about killing people for negating the effect of rebound is still unclear, ah well not everything needs explanation.

Really hope the epilogue concludes it nicely because that was kinda anti-climatic

/o/

"- Editor's Note-

 

We're scanlators, not lyricists."

 

I laughed.


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