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Eden: It's an Endless World!

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Eden: It's an Endless World! TheMajor5 9.5/10 Feb 4, 2011
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Both or these mangas have dark tones and mysteries that make you need to read on. They also have long stretches where the main character is not even seen in order to follow other characters. These two have a lot in common. If you like one, you should read the other. 

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Akira and Eden are works of art set in a Dystopia/Post-Apocalyptic future where cities are desolate and crumbled.  The people of this future are wild and fear runs rampant.  The cause of such fear is a threat humanity has never faced.  A disease in Eden and a bio weapon named Akira.  Both are uncontrollable and could end up destroying humanity.  Akira and Eden create a intricate web of sub plots and developments that all amount to one goal, stop the threat to humanity.  The art is incredibly detailed and the plot is rich in each series.  If you have yet to read one, then do so.  Masterpieces.

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Born beneath the gallows tree from which his dead mother hung, Guts has always existed on the boundary between life and death. After enduring a terrible childhood, he spends his adulthood in brutal combat, pitting his strength against others in order to build his own. Life is simple enough for Guts until he meets Griffith, the inspirational, ambitious, and beautiful leader of the mercenaries, the Band of the Hawk. When Guts loses to Griffith in a duel, he is forced to join the Band of the Hawk, and, despite himself, finds a sense of camaraderie and belonging amongst them. However, as Griffith leads his soldiers from victory to victory, the bloody wars and underhanded politics reveal a side to him that nobody quite expected. Very soon, what seems like a straightforward march for conquest becomes a harrowing struggle for humanity and life itself. Can Guts, a simple warrior, defend those who have come to mean the most to him, all the while struggling not to lose to the darkness he has carried with him his entire life?

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While Berserk and EDEN are have very different settings and plots, both are complex both in plot and character development. Each and every page is well-thought-out and eloquently structured. From the beginning to the very end everything comes together and has a meaning and reason behind it.

Both are very serious in tone for the most part, but also have their lighter moments. Both can also be extremely mature in content, featuring sexual acts as well as blood and gore. EDEN is Sci-fi, while Berserk is Fantasy, but I can not think of a pair of manga series more alike than these two.

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Both or these mangas have dark tones and mysteries that make you need to read on. They also have long stretches where the main character is not even seen in order to follow other characters. These two have a lot in common. If you like one, you should read the other.