The comedy is kinda subpar, it's really not that good. The MC himself is a somewhat worthless human being with no talents, no real courage and low intelligence, but he can succeed in life because he's capable of, that's right, pretending to be knowledgeable/amazing by using modern day information or magic world items, none of which has anything to do with him. He didn't even think twice before showing around some magic drugs in the modern world that can instantly (almost) heal injuries and trying to mass-produce and sell them, but of course there'll be no issues, since everyone is flowery retards in this world and nothing bad will likely ever happen. He can bring over everything he touches at the time of transfer which happens every three days on the dot, I guess he'll start bringing in guns, cars, modern farm equipment and even people later on, geez. The characters are quite flat, I don't feel as if they're living at all, they feel way too 2d. The world is similarly uninteresting.
Now I guess it's about time for me to explain why I disliked this novel to the point of dropping it. Okay, let's explain what this story is. It's about some random designer dude or something suddenly transmigrating into a 10000+ year old body of a demon god, that demon god had also lost her memories of before 6000 years ago, as if that wasn't bad enough, the MC didn't inherit any memories so she has no control over her powers. Now, we'd expect that she'd be really OP, right? Super OP. I mean, a demon god like her can talk with creator gods of different dimensions and are at the peak. Nope. Power is only relative to the situation, but it turns out that almost every other character is just about as powerful as she is, there are 3 more demon gods by her side and then there's transmigrator "heroes", who, despite supposedly being novices, are just about as powerful as her, a demon GOD. So, her being "OP" compared to normal people plays no role whatsoever, it's just hollow. Especially since she took control of a body of a dead girl for no good reason and is in her body most of the time, which is just at the level of a "demon king" after enhancements a dozen or two chapters in. She almost in that body all the time, even when facing stronger enemies, so she appears underpowered rather than average compared to everyone.
Okay, so I can accept that. Although it does piss me off a lot. But then the writing is just so damn insipid. There's nothing that makes you immerse yourself here. It's surprising how boring it is, the I can't quite explain it properly, but just know that we get no real information on anything and nothing feels real, it's extremely artifical and stuff just happens because the author wants it to, there's no warning and nothing leading up to it, it's as if everything just pops up, way too forced and casual with no real flow and gripping parts.
So, that's something that turns me off, obviously. So, this is tagged with comedy. You'd expect some laughs, some humor, some attempts at being funny? Nah, really, there's nothing like that. This novel doesn't deserve the comedy tag at all. I half-laughed once or twice in 40 chapters (33 normal 7 or so prologue chapters). The author never tries to make it funny. There's no real jokes, unless you call the s*xual harassment of other characters and how no one ever acts like they're supposed to (not in a funny way, just that they're stupid, innocent, naive or acts like 10 year old kids, it's not the comedy type of weirdness) "jokes". Not even someone who haven't read a lot of novels before should be able to laugh at this level of crap.
I feel like a big reason for this being marked as a "comedy" novel is the MC and her attitude against girls. The yuri is there and it's hardcore for a non-hentai novel. I like this stuff quite a bit and I have varying preferences, I've seen just about anything in terms of perverted stuff, but this MC is just extremely creepy. Imagine a spoiled, perverted young master that drowns in women and wants to rape every girl he sees, no matter what they think or anything and that's pretty much this MC in a nutshell. Every girl is targeted and he acts in an extremely creepy way, not in a funny creepy way, but just very, very creepy way. Like when two girls are gagged and bound by someone else which she can't untie at the moment, she then treats them as dolls, sleeps with them on her bed, attacks them s*xually, force feeds them, is generally sadistic against them along with all other kinds of weird sh*t. It's to the point where she doesn't consider them women but rather livestock or something like it -.- She even almost said livestock instead of girls several times when she was saving them from another rapist who wasn't really much worse than the MC. Oh, and don't expect to see any males in this story except for the few monsters who doesn't matter. They don't even welcome any males into their places or anything, the MC even said she's afraid of her girls being poached by others so she won't let males be anywhere close.
Oh, there are also lolis everywhere, which is kind of irritating. Don't get me wrong, I love lolis, legal lolis are the best. But in this novel, every demon or similar thing is lolis, three creator gods are lolis, all three of the demon gods on her side are also lolis etc. It's not good anymore when it's overdone. What makes it worse is that the MC, at least for the first 20 or so chapters, dunno about after, treats them like children because they look young. The MC is just around 22 years old, these lolis, all of them without exception, are above 10000 years old. They also act like very young lolis for no reason, very innocent. The MC feels like it'd be a crime to do anything to them, which is ridiculous and ruins the whole idea of having lolis in the novel. They're seemingly just there for "comedy" when the MC denies them their requests for s*x or whatever.
Like the close-to-parody event where he pretended to be the grandpa in the ring and brought people up as heroes or similar stuff only to kill all of them in the end to get a karma/fate coin or whatever it was named, he was acting like the typical benevolent grandpa in the ring who helps the "main characters", only that his goal was to end them all, and unlike when that happens to the MC in a real novel, the grandpa wins here and leylin succeeds with his "evil" plot against them