Shit Protag lives alone in a small flat, passes out, and wakes up as a child at a medieval-looking banquet. He is astonished at this extravagance, positively giddy to have landed so luckily in the lap of luxury. Turns out, though, that it was all just a put-on for a wedding; this family can not afford to actually live like this, so they eat stale bread and homeopathic soup for every meal. This justifies intensifying inequality even further.
colons takes a look at movie posters from films covered in Glorio’s King of the Kaiju.
Wait, is this isekai or not?
It’s a heartwarming adoption story in a fantasy setting, and colons can’t not worry about where it’s going.
A child* shows up to help a patient overworked man live a better life, and they engage in something that definitely isn’t framed as sex.
A burnt-out writer learns about the healing power of the love of cats.
The isekai trash you’re familiar with, but with false rape accusations as the primary character motivation.