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Hitoribocchi no Chikyuu Shinryaku


Alt Names: alt ひとりぼっちの地球侵略alt Invading the World All Alonealt Lonely Alien
Author: Ogawa Maiko
Artist: Ogawa Maiko
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyDrama DramaRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeSci-fi Sci-fiShounen ShounenTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Koichi has looked forward to becoming a high schooler for one reason: to help continue his grandfather's coffee shop. But on the first day of school, a strange girl wearing an eerie mask tells him that she has come to take his life. She tells him that the heart beating within his chest is her own, and that she is an alien invader who has come to take over the world.
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where did that guy even popped out of. dont remember seeing him till the las two latest chapters

This is guy is trying to fucking sink my Ootori|Koichi ship. I WON'T HAVE IT HAPPENING! REJECT HIS ASS!

"I won't be lonely if I just destroy everything"

 

this guy doesn't think!

Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Gintama all have parents, siblings, comrades, dear ppl of the main characters dying. So I guess all should be tagged as "tragedy" too.

My point exactly. Thank you for doing the research I didn't have the time to do (or the memory I... what are we talking about again?)

 

I think this is the main reason why it's tagged as tragedy.

It's not written to make you laugh, to get your heart racing or to make you pop a boner - every single chapter pokes at your heart somehow. Through the death of the MC's parents, the constant suffering of the shapeshifter taken hostage, and the general relationships the characters share with one another, we're constantly reminded that suffering and sadness is prevalent throughout not just our lives, but in other's too, and leads us to examine ourselves in what we do and how we act toward eachother. Every chapter creates sadness to some degree, but it gives the world a kind of blue beauty through it, which may very well extend to the world around us. At least, that's what I feel about it, what I do when reading it, and how reading it makes me feel.

 

Try listening to this to get a feeling for what I mean by a beautiful sadness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nei0qQU4wTw

Ok... But it still isn't tagged 'tragedy'.

Besides, I think there are better tags for what you are describing... Tragedy implies loss of some kind. Usually hopeless or senseless loss. In the case of the (one thing I seem to be able to think of) Romeo and Juliet they had a plan to get past their evil families and live together by faking their death. Well, one of them apparently didn't get the memo, found the other 'dead' and killed themselves... as the other woke to find their lover dead (for real this time), they also committed suicide.

NONE of that had to happen. It was senseless death. It was immediate death (within the storyline), and it was obvious death. I'm not saying tragedy has to be death (although I am fairly sure that it does), but simply being sad on a regular basis is not 'enough' to be considered a tragedy.

 

Ok, doing some research

Spoiler

That is all, for now. XD

chapter 41 made me feel lonely somehow

I think this is the main reason why it's tagged as tragedy.

It's not written to make you laugh, to get your heart racing or to make you pop a boner - every single chapter pokes at your heart somehow. Through the death of the MC's parents, the constant suffering of the shapeshifter taken hostage, and the general relationships the characters share with one another, we're constantly reminded that suffering and sadness is prevalent throughout not just our lives, but in other's too, and leads us to examine ourselves in what we do and how we act toward eachother. Every chapter creates sadness to some degree, but it gives the world a kind of blue beauty through it, which may very well extend to the world around us. At least, that's what I feel about it, what I do when reading it, and how reading it makes me feel.

 

Try listening to this to get a feeling for what I mean by a beautiful sadness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nei0qQU4wTw

Nozomi opened the port and aliens enter the earth through there then goes rampage the city where they lived

 

caused koichi's parent death.

Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Gintama all have parents, siblings, comrades, dear ppl of the main characters dying. So I guess all should be tagged as "tragedy" too.

chapter 41 made me feel lonely somehow

 

I don't know about other people, but honestly when I see a "tragedy" tag, I definitely associate it with a tragic ending or at least a consistently recurring theme. Tragedies can happen in the most innocuous of stories -- but unless it's one the central pillars of the story, I don't think it should be tagged as such.
 
But that's just me.

 

I completely agree with this. If people aren't constantly dieing (or if the thing isn't over yet, with one or more of the main characters dead), or some major suffering that would lead most sane people to suicide... it isn't a tragedy. A little bit of sad? A few sad events? A sad earlier part of the story that we never fully see? Not a tragedy. That's life. Take any story from any genera from any culture... there is a sad backstory. Parents die, grandparents die, pets die, friends die... That's life. Not a tragedy... unless it is constantly happening within the story and the story is ABOUT it...

 

Am I excessive? Perhaps... But I am effectively using the most well known version of 'tragedy' as opposed to the 'slang' that is used in most tags. (i.e. Shakespearean tragedy, both lovers, who cannot be together due to idiot families, die in the end due to a misunderstanding? Yeah, that's tragic...)

 

 

When I see a tragedy tag, I often think "tragic backstory" if it's a story like this, or "holy balls this is going to be hell" if it's something like Sekai Oni....... no wait. Did this story have a tragic backstory? It did, right?

This story has a tragic backstory, and that story is reiterated (somewhat explicitly) in one or two chapters... but for the most part, people are alive and 'healthy'. I wouldn't call this a tragedy. If one of the brothers dies in their sibling bickering... sure. If 'Sempai' dies. Sure. If more family members die during the main story? Sure.

But until then, see my comment above.

 

Nozomi opened the port and aliens enter the earth through there then goes rampage the city where they lived

 

caused koichi's parent death.

Sad... but it is in the past. The children, who were even younger at the time, are likely 'mostly' over it by now (well, except for the brother, but he is more upset that his twin didn't die along with him than that his parents were killed.)

 

Again, I ask: how long before the story starts do you think a tragic moment adds the tragedy 'tag'? How unfamiliar can the dead characters be to still make it a tragedy? If you say: "Parents/siblings" and "within the lifetime of the main character" then ANY manga/anime that has characters who don't have parents is therefore a tragedy. That's a bad tag. It is meaningless as it doesn't tell anyone anything about the story (except that 'normal' 'real world' events happen in it...)

 

It's like arguing that two or more females liking the same male (but not doing anything with their feelings) is a 'harem.' That is utter bull. It is an abuse of the meaning of the word. The, already an abuse of the original word, used for Kings and Emperors who had a large grouping of women that they had for the sole purpose of producing offspring... I can accept that. CONCUBINES make a harem. Two (or more) love interests DOES NOT. The tag should be revised to polyamory, love-polygon, or simply 'poly'... (And, I know this is outside of the 'tragedy' conversation... if anyone wants to have this argument [i.e. defend the usage of 'harem' for what clearly isn't...] then I'm willing to, but we shouldn't have it in the comments section, per Batoto's rules).

So the Conquest begins!

When I see a tragedy tag, I often think "tragic backstory" if it's a story like this, or "holy balls this is going to be hell" if it's something like Sekai Oni....... no wait. Did this story have a tragic backstory? It did, right?

Nozomi opened the port and aliens enter the earth through there then goes rampage the city where they lived

 

caused koichi's parent death.

Well, Hariyama obviously knows who's the best girl~
Spoiler

 
I don't know about other people, but honestly when I see a "tragedy" tag, I definitely associate it with a tragic ending or at least a consistently recurring theme. Tragedies can happen in the most innocuous of stories -- but unless it's one the central pillars of the story, I don't think it should be tagged as such.
 
But that's just me.

When I see a tragedy tag, I often think "tragic backstory" if it's a story like this, or "holy balls this is going to be hell" if it's something like Sekai Oni....... no wait. Did this story have a tragic backstory? It did, right?

No, it hasn't ended yet. There are tragic moments in the story to put a tragedy tag. It doesn't mean the series ended with a tragedy.

 
I don't know about other people, but honestly when I see a "tragedy" tag, I definitely associate it with a tragic ending or at least a consistently recurring theme. Tragedies can happen in the most innocuous of stories -- but unless it's one the central pillars of the story, I don't think it should be tagged as such.
 
But that's just me.

 

Hariyama needs to fuck off. She's bloody taken!


I am seriously curious what kind of behavior he does that would merit someone needing to "protect" her. I have a feeling he's going to get his ass kicked if he tries to force himself on her in any capacity.

Hariyama needs to fuck off. She's bloody taken!

No, it hasn't ended yet.
There are tragic moments in the story to put a tragedy tag. It doesn't mean the series ended with a tragedy.

Someone must have removed the 'tragedy' tag since that was posted. I don't see it in the list.
There are tragic moments, yes, but people need to stop abusing words for mundane tags... this does not have enough tragedy in it for said tag (yes, his parents die, but that is mostly implied and before the story).
Also, I will not do it here but damn well nearly ALL "harem" tags are wrong (and a complete abuse of the word. Slang be damned - for anyone who bothers to look up the word now.)

Honestly, I wouldn't mind if Nagi hooked up with Maya. I can see a little bit of chemistry between them now. And it'd get them both off of Koichi's and Senpai's backs.

Since when has two antagonists hooking up stopped them from going after the heroes anytime in fiction?

Koichi doesn't need any dirty magazines because Ootori-senpai is already there.


There HAS to be an Ootori-senpai for everybody...
Koichi doesn't need any dirty magazines because Ootori-senpai is already there.

Just found this manga by chance and I did'nt notice the tragedy tag
so is this manga already finished and is the ending really a tragedy?
and having read the nagi and kouichi chapter,
I kinda think that nagi is just gay for kouichi, just my opinion though lol

No, it hasn't ended yet.
There are tragic moments in the story to put a tragedy tag. It doesn't mean the series ended with a tragedy.

Just found this manga by chance and I did'nt notice the tragedy tag

so is this manga already finished and is the ending really a tragedy?

and having read the nagi and kouichi chapter,

I kinda think that nagi is just gay for kouichi, just my opinion though lol

Honestly, I wouldn't mind if Nagi hooked up with Maya. I can see a little bit of chemistry between them now. And it'd get them both off of Koichi's and Senpai's backs.

New cover for volume 8 is beautiful!!!!
 

 

 

Certainly but I would have liked more Rico in it but in general everything needs more Rico in it, so that cover has to be near a perfect score as it is; the art of the covers of this manga is one or two levels above most of the stuff out there in the market.

''Because a copy can never beat the Original''

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pls.

New cover for volume 8 is beautiful!!!!


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