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Chaos Attack takes place in a world where violent aliens hiding amongst humans is a growing phenomenon. To combat this threat, many teams of superheroes employed by the International Heroes Association (IHA) fight them, but often grow to become celebrities. The IHA then decides to form their own new team of superheroes, composed of five young men, each with a unique and useful superpower.

Sadly, they're selfish, lazy, insist on having days off, and will only rescue pretty girls.


Enter Doah Lee, a young boy who lost his parents when he was very young, and only wants to be able to live a normal life. Sadly, his three older sisters often get in the way of this. When we're introduced to him, they'd already forced Doah to dress up as a girl and get them sodas.

With Doah making a surprisingly attractive girl, he is both attacked by an alien and soon rescued by the Chaos Men, and who instantly take a liking to Doah. When Doah reveals his gender to them, the Chaos Men become outraged, and eventually insist that in order to pay them back, Doah must act as their manager—so they can get their paychecks from the IHA and have him cook and clean for them.


Chaos Attack Includes examples of:

  • Absolute Cleavage: S. Woon.
  • Animorphism: Gaon can turn into a lion-like creature.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: Doah makes a very pretty girl.
  • Berserk Button: Jerida doesn't like being used as a means of transportation, due to his teleportation powers.
  • Cast Full of Pretty Boys: Every major male character introduced so far is incredibly attractive.
  • Catapult Nightmare: Doah's dream about what would happen should the Chaos Men release the photos they took of him cross dressing.
  • Corporate-Sponsored Superhero: Has become commonplace in the setting, where superheroes who fight aliens are often treated similarly to idols in the public eye. This is what drove the IHA to bring the Chaos Men together, in the same way that Korean corporations often bring people together in order to form idol groups.
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  • Cosmic Plaything: Doah lost his parents when he was ten, had a near-death encounter with an alien at fifteen, had another one at seventeen, but this time wound up having to work for the Chaos Men for an indefinite amount of time as a result. He lampshades this by saying that his dream is just to be able to have a normal life, but the universe seems to be against this.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Almost everyone besides Jojo, who's blond with blue eyes.
  • Distressed Dude: Parodied with Doah, who is initially kidnapped by the president of the IHA's Korean branch because she thinks that kidnapping plots are exciting, but then hangs him from a ceiling, above a pit of spikes, and scares him with a snake while waiting for the Chaos Men to come and save him.
    • The raws reveal that this will not be the last time he gets kidnapped.
  • Dragged into Drag: Doah at his introduction.
  • Fiery Redhead: Gaon.
  • Freudian Excuse: Possibly with the Chaos Men's bad behavior. Eurosa says that they went through Training from Hell where they were all locked in a room and only given garlic to eat for 100 days. Never having seen a girl in this time lead to their insistence upon only saving girls. It's implied that he's at least embellishing the story, however.
  • Hilariously Abusive Childhood: Poor Doah lost his parents when he was very young, and his violent sisters, while meaning well, weren't the best caretakers.
  • Mama Bear: Doah's sisters will violently attack anyone they think is bullying their little brother. Naturally, Hilarity Ensues when they find out about Doah's contract with the Chaos Men.
  • Parental Abandonment: Doah's parents died when he was ten.
    • Shinwoo and Jojo were driven out of their father's house when they were very young, after their dad found out about their mother's infidelity. She died soon after.
  • Promoted to Parent: Doah's sisters after his parents died. They mean well, but they can become somewhat...overzealous at times.
  • Shout-Out: A direct one to the Saw Films.
  • Silver Fox: Eurosa's dad.
  • The Stoic: Jerida only talks and emotes when he absolutely has to.
  • A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Doah describes Eurose as a "Devil in Angel's Clothing," and it fits, as he often comes off as kind and reasonable, but shows his dark, mischievous side once you're in too deep to get out. It's how he gets Doah to sign the management contract.
  • Weirdness Magnet: Joah Lee has actually attracted aliens since his first encounter with one at 15. He'd accidentally absorbed an alien MacGuffin.

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