Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody is an isekai manga series written by Japanese author Hiro Ainana with artwork from Ayamegumu. It was published by the Tokyo-based publishing company Fujimi Shobo in 2016.
Satou managed to escape the demonic labyrinth and maintain his identity as a peddler. The three beastfolk he saved come under his care and have become quite attached to him. While helping them, he gains two more human slaves named Arisa and Lulu. To his shock, the young Arisa attempts to seduce him, though he rejects her advances. Using his magic capabilities, he discovers a secret about her and learns more about the world he has become trapped in.
Once again, we are back to the inappropriate humor. I am not a fan of it, but it is not a big deal in this one, just sort of annoying. I am glad that Satou is an honorable person who rejects advances from Arisa, even if she is not who she appears to be. Outside of that, I liked the story and this one had a bit of a change of pace. It felt more like a “slice of life” than a fantasy tale, but it still showed Satou getting used to the world he finds himself in. He cannot decide if this is a dream or if he really is in another world.
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