Reviews: Ranma The Second Time Around
A prime example of how a Peggy Sue can go wrong
I've read two chapters. While the style of writing and the length are enjoyable, Ranma feels like a Gary Stu, with everything handed to him besides the initial transformation. Genma is bashed to the point of being Out of Character and his stupidity is used as the primary plot device, although that will probably change over chapters. At first glance, I'm not too impressed.