|Reviews for Inverted Spectrum|
| flairina chapter 5 . 11/23/2016
There are more series in this than I noticed the first time around. Let's see... Ranma, HSDK, Yu Yu Hakasho, Sailor Moon, Bleach, Negima, Inuyasha, Ah My Goddess!, a brief reference to supernatural, and possibly A Certain Magical Index if Academy City meant what I think it did? I think I missed some references too. This is probably one of the only mass-multicrosses I've read that I liked, so very well done.
| DigitalKites chapter 5 . 8/11/2015
I really hated the senshi part. Were they all being stupid just for the convenience of the plot? Why didn't she just stay with one of the other senshi? The outers have their own place to themselves and would let her stay over. Alternately she could stay at the moon and just fly or teleport down to juuban when she's not sleeping. Sure, she wouldn't be able to talk to her parents, but that's just selfish indulgence. Ohhh, is that why she was being all self-righteous? She cared more about being with her family than the lives of everyone in Juuban?
I loved the ninja Ranma part though. He would make a really good ninja, too.
| Guest chapter 5 . 12/14/2014
Ha I love this story there aren't many good mass crossovers but this is one of the best that I've found
| Red Death chapter 5 . 10/20/2014
I hope you pick this up again someday. I was really liking where it was going. Excellent work!
| maryjane5000 chapter 5 . 8/27/2014
This is a real roller coster by that I mean it's interesting it's dull it's interesting it's dull aside from that it's a good story so far with two exceptions
1) You say Ranma wakes up in a different body but yet you describe it as his Ranko body not only that but Ryoga recognizes Ranma yet if she was in a different body he wouldn't know until she told him
2) Other people wake in a different world yet it seems like only Ranma was altered completely which seems unfair so I am wondering if others (already or yet to be revealed) will start mentioning there old life/showing up for example
Akane Tuxedo Mask, Nodoka New female student befriends Ranma, Shampoo Cabbit becomes Ranma partner
| ByLanternLight chapter 5 . 4/10/2014
Absolutely fascinating. 5/5.
| The Keeper of Worlds chapter 5 . 4/8/2014
UPDATE FOR ALL OF MERCIFUL CREATION! This is awesome:)
| Anon chapter 1 . 3/22/2014
Hope you update soon.
| Guy chapter 5 . 3/21/2014
It's been a year... hopeing for an update...
| Hellfire chapter 5 . 2/21/2014
It's been some time since you've posted anything. I hope you are doing well. This story you've written is amazing and deserves a lot more attention.
| tatewaki2000 chapter 5 . 2/9/2014
| Ikurus chapter 4 . 11/29/2013
This is a really good story. I like how the characters have been trying to deal with their abilities and lives and interacting with an proper flow instead if it turning into a showoff contest between each other.
Definitely want to stick around and see how this goes.
Thank you for writing and sharing.
| Myrrn chapter 5 . 8/20/2013
Really interesting story so far, you're weaving quite the tale. It's hard to make all these different crossovers work, but you're doing it very well in a way that works.
Looking forward to the next chapter!
| Aceina chapter 5 . 8/18/2013
this story is good so far but im loosing track of whos from what
| LukeShaehl chapter 5 . 7/24/2013
Great story, just spent the last 12 hours reading it through. Very interesting plot and great grasp of the behavior and personalities of the various characters involved. And I have to say, the scene with Ranma and "Mikkon"'s boxers was hilarious.
Only gripe I have is that there isn't a whole lot of detail given to setting and atmosphere. A lot of the prose is mostly dialogue, with actual description coming in to play usually only when the characters are forced to interact with the world in some way. A lot could be gained by adding detail to the world and the character's impressions of it and of the five sense. Of course, as always with description: show don't tell. At any ratre, I often lose track of where events are taking place in a scene, along with what exactly that scene looks like, smells like, feels like, etc. Obviously you don't want to get carried away with description to the point that it detracts from the flow of the scene, but the hallmark of a writer is to blend it in so that it not only provides the reader with a sense of visceral immersion in the story world, but also manages to contribute to the the themes or characterizations in some way.
Anyway, there is my attempt at advice. I eagerly await the next installment.