And now the timeline makes sense. So I'm A Spider, So What has jumped back and forth between the events in the Great Elroe Labyrinth and the events surrounding Shun, the newly titled hero, through the previous volumes. While I always had a sense that the events from the spider's point of view were not … Continue reading So I’m A Spider, So What? Volume 4
More levelling up and beating monsters than ever before! This volume is definitely dividing its time between the spider in the labyrinth and the prince in peril. Honestly, it is hard to know who has it tougher in this book. While the spider has been levelling themselves up, they still face threat after threat and … Continue reading So I’m A Spider So What Volume 3 Light Novel Review
The far easier option is just to throw the protagonist through a portal, summon them, cross over or whatever else is needed to get them there and then close the door behind them. Reincarnation creates a myriad of plot issues that a lot of the time just don't need to be in the story at all and are seldom addressed in any kind of satisfying manner. So what are some of the problems I have with reincarnation as a story and are there any anime that get it right?
While the game mechanics are still very much going wild, this second volume follows several of the classes reincarnated students through their latest trials and tribulations. Review: This is going to be really hard to review because mostly telling you anything about the plot would drop us face first into spoiler territory. While many things … Continue reading So I’m a Spider, So What Volume 2 Light Novel Review: Being Reincarnated is Hard
Overview: A classroom explodes in Japan and next thing our protagonist knows they are hatching as a spider in another world. Good thing for levelling up. Review: I'll admit that wasn't much of an overview, but to be honest, it probably didn't need to be. The story presented in volume 1 of this series is … Continue reading So I’m a Spider, So What Volume 1 Light Novel Review: Game Mechanics Go Wild