3.32 out of 5 from 125 votes
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...
In the world of the Scrapyard, citizens play a deadly game called Motorball. Snev is a Motorballer on the pro circuit who is better known as the Crash King since he's never made it past the finish line in one piece. Amazingly, no matter how many times he's crashed, his brain had remained intact; but Snev is haunted by visions of The Marathon Man, affecting his self confidence and his will to win. Soon he is dropped from his team, only to be brought back because the audience cares more about carnage than victory. Will Snev ever find it in himself to win a race?
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.
In a post-apocalyptic world, humans, robots and cyborgs live in the Scrapyard - a landscape of twisted, rusted junk made up of the garbage sent from the above city of Zalem. In this place, the inventor Ido finds a partially-destroyed cyborg amidst the rubble, gives her a new body and names her Gally. With no memory of her past and an instinctual ability to use a powerful martial art known as the Panzer Kunst, Gally matures and relearns life's lessons while she travels the broken landscape, struggles to remember who she is and where she came from, and discovers the mysteries of Zalem.