Ch: 49
2016 - 2017
4.028 out of 5 from 33 votes
Rank #5,679

A world where machines yearn to understand and become humans and where one human seeks to become as strong and indestructible as these machines. 

Source: Lezhin

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The information of the series is not updated. Dogma is actually completed after 42 chapters. I wanted to find a plateform where people talked about it but nothing, so here i am. I don't usually like to pay to read comics or mangas, but this time i felt it was worth it. The art is beautiful, meaningful, and describes perfectly the tone and universe of the story. I really like the attention to details. It would be really regrettable if Dogma doesn't get the attention it deserves.  The story is really interesting, and while a dystopian world where both humans and robots struggle to define them-selves, their life, and their identity is nothing new, Dogma does explore it from a unique perspective. If you're the type of person who doesn't like spoilers, stop reading now, and go check for your self. If not, then here me out and then go check for your self. The world of Dogma is a world where humans are almost extinct, and where robots worship them, wishing they could be humans again. I liked the fact that no one in the story is really good or bad. Life is not that simple. They are causes and consequences for every action. Every character struggle to live and find meaning in one way or another. Every character has its flaws, but can still empathise with them. Every person reacts differently to a situation. The story and its characters are a mess, but so is life.  The story asks about what is it that makes us human, or, more importantly, what makes us alive, and the purpose of living. It does not give an answer to these questions. It only highlights them. Should you live eternally as a cold rusty robot? or should you die as a human, even if it comes with suffering and weakness? What's more important? Is being human, being able to a have a warm body what makes us alive? or is survaving more important, even if it means losing eveything? If life becomes eternal, can we even call our selves alive? Each character has his own answer for these questions, and none are good or bad answers. The only thing that bothered me is that i felt the story was too short. The universe seemed so complex, with all the depht woked into it, i would have liked to know more about it. and the same goes for the characters. I wanted to know more about them. The story has hardly the time to talk about all these issues and explore them, so the conversations seem sometimes weird, not always realistic, going all philosophical even in times of crisis, or seeming sometimes "beating around the bush" if i'm not mistken about the expression. The ending was also a bit frustrating too, because it's more or less left to our imagination, not wanting to give us the answers, but it's still satisfaying so i'm not disappointed. and i recommand it to everyone. If you have to money of possibility, i encourage you to give it to Lezhin to at least reward the author Kemi for his comics. If not, i'm sure you'll find it free and at least help making the comic have more recogniton. 

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