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...
Extra chapter from Abara.
This standalone story may or may not be set in the same world as Abara (the aesthetics are definitely the same). And while I definitely have my grievances with how Abara liked not telling the full story and leaving questions unanswered, it at least felt like it had some depth to the world-building. This manga doesn't even have that sense of depth. It's just purely the art and action. The fight scenes are okay, though they're not very interesting since they end so quickly. And the "cool" action poses are whatever. The aesthetics of the world are fine and Hubler's character design is compelling (though fe's probably the only character whose look I actually liked). But the story's pretty bland: there's a tyrannical organization and a lone hero roots out the evil from within it. And the story's what's truly important.
~SPOILERS~ Well there's not much to say about a 1 chapter 46 page manga other then, it was good much better then the Abara with which it was paired. I found a copy for Digimortal by itself, in order, so that settled some werid misplaced pages in the compilation. It was intriguing with a Beserk like armor that makes "them"(heretics) better faster stronger than even a group of 11 guards and 2 trained "sisters". Very good and gory but not unnecessarily so. It was a one shot a good premised one too. Worth the 3 minutes to read.