The Dictator, a manga series by artist/writer Mayu Sakai, follows Seoyoon as she navigates a dangerous path in the Kingdom of Oman. While the kingdom is steeped in tradition, Seoyoon discovers that the prince is equally steeped in secrets. He’s a difficult man to read, and his mercurial moods make it hard for Seoyoon to know which way to turn.
The series provides an interesting look into the life of someone who is working in a foreign country and trying to make the best of it. Seoyoon’s strengths and weaknesses as a character and her interactions with the prince give the manga a human touch that readers can relate to.
The artwork is beautiful, and the story is full of suspense. Each chapter is packed with twists and turns that keep readers guessing. The manga also gives an interesting look at the customs and traditions of the Kingdom of Oman. The Dictator is an exciting, thought-provoking manga that is sure to captivate readers. From its enthralling plot to its beautiful art, this series is an absolute must-read for anyone looking for an exciting new manga to dive into.
The Dictator Review: What We Know So Far
I was genuinely invested in reading this. Our MC is a badass female lead who signs a 1-year contract to be the bodyguard of a prince of another country for her family, which is suffering financially. This prince is being targeted by assassins constantly, so our friend (a war veteran, btw) takes the job offer because of the high pay. However, unknowingly to her, her client is an intimidating psycho who kills with no emotion. Will she be able to survive this job?
As of this writing, there are still a small number of chapters, but I am so invested in this story that I want to keep reading. Anyways, I loved the art too. Of course they made the crazy murderer emotionless prince so damn hot, like, why do you have to draw him so well? nyways try this story out, its a good read so far.