- Mangaka : Haruse, Hiroki
- Publisher : Yen Press
- Genre : Comedy, Romance, School Life, Shoujo Ai, Shounen, Supernatural
- Published : July 2021 - Ongoing
Marika Uruuno is an ordinary girl you can find anywhere in the everyday world. All she ever wanted is to fall in love, get married and have a family. All done as normal as possible. But that dream was soon derailed as she wakes up in a new reality with only women. Can she find a way to develop new normalcy in this strange world or find a way to go back to her previous world?
This isn’t the kind of isekai you thought it would be. Well, a little, being transported to a world where not a single man exists can be a problem when it comes to fighting against human extinction. But, what can we do? This is the new world we live in, and we have to adapt to a new normal? But would you be in this kind of situation? The character designs fit perfectly with their personalities and make them identifiable and memorable throughout the story. The chemistry between Uruuno and Lily Kazami, who knows Uruuno’s situation and is willing to help her, is nothing short of adorable and drama that leads to character development.
1. It’s a Manga and a Movie
We don’t know about you, but the way the story proceeds and their environment made us view it as an anime or a movie. The pacing, the character development felt smooth, and Haruse didn’t even leave a single stone unturned when it comes to building up our emotions.
Searching for ways to return to Uruuno’s old-world required time and a lot of exploration. To avoid suspicions from others, Lily will be her girlfriend as a camouflage. During their dates, they discussed further the differences between their worlds. At the same time, Lily has an ulterior motive, and that is she didn’t know how to date a girl, while Uruuno thought of this relationship as a fake and a way to try to get back home. Thus a fluctuation of romantic emotions from Lily toward Uruuno. What will Uruuno do about this?
3. Eyes Up, Readers!
Illustrations showcasing every new chapter present their themes, and we thought of them as bonuses. The surroundings drawn around the main characters are way out of this world as they don’t align with the character designs. But, such an approach seemed to work. It reminded us that the characters are living in a modern world and other styles present nature. It was as if each art style is meant for different settings and environments while wanting readers to switch between main characters and look at the world around them.
Watashi Igai Jinrui Zenin Yuri (The Whole of Humanity Has Gone Yuri Except for Me) is one of the most enjoyable Yuri manga we have read so far. The relationship the main characters have and how they grow during the story progress is adorable. The reading experience is more like watching an anime or a movie. The different art styles implemented into specific elements of the manga shows how much work Hiroki has gone through for this piece of art. You might want to give this one a chance when you have an opportunity to do so. If you have read this volume, tell us what you thought about it in the comments below!