Shamelessly copied from somewhere:
An astronomer in a Japanese observatory, peering into his telescope one night, becomes the first person to witness a planet emerging from a wormhole. He names the planet after his daughter, Remina, and both become world-famous thanks to the unprecedented discovery.
However, things take a turn for the worse when the planet enters a collision course with Earth
The series consists of a single volume manga (6 chapters) by Junji Ito. Not only is it short, it's worth the read, so do it.
Standing in the Battledome
The verse is very powerful due to its eponymous sapient extra-dimensional Hellstar (it's a planet but who cares) Remina. It is arguably above Dragon Ball (barring DBS).
Less impressive, but still noteworthy is the verse's humanity, which is decades ahead of us.
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