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Digimortal

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3.324 out of 5 from 126 votes
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In a dark, dystopic future, the Church of Transfiguration was formed; their charter was to promote extreme cybernetic enhancements. However, mankind also perfected the art of immortality through genetic manipulation, and then the great ruin came. Now, the Church sends its Inquisition to track down these genetically modified beings, and the only one who is seemingly able to stand in their way is Digimortal, a deadly, violent mercenary...

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AnarchicQ

Many times when I make recs it is for things that I feel would cross-over nicely. This is one of those times. The events in Digimortal could be taking place in the world of Ashen Victor and vice versa. If want dark post-apocalyptic cyberpunk gore, read these manga.

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They share the same feeling. Both manga have a dark, gory cyberpunk atmosphere and feature some truely creative cybernetic designs.