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Usuzumi no Hate

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Two young girls travel through a desolate landscape in search of food, water, and fuel for their precious Kettenkrad motorbike. Although the world they wander through is a lonely one, Chito and Yuuri find happiness in the little things they encounter on their journey: a forgotten supply of military rations, a hot bath thanks to a leaky pipe in an abandoned power plant, or the discovery of a lone autonomous robot protectively guarding a solitary fish. Even if human civilization is dead, these two can always find something to live for.

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Slif Slif says...

I'd say Usuzumi No Hate reminds me of Girls last tour and wall-e. though its certainly more dystopian then either of those, though its also only 6 chapters in. if you love girls last tour you'll love Usuzumi No Hate!

Lish0192 Lish0192 says...

Main character exploring the World after apocalypse with almost no human left

Rebuild World

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Hunters brave the ruins of a long-dead civilization at the behest of the corporate city-states who thrive on its detritus. Amidst the decay lie powerful artifacts of ancient technology, eclipsing anything the corporations can develop. For a few successful hunters, the search for these relics is a road to untold riches. For most, it’s a shortcut to slaughter at the hands of mutant bioweapons and robotic sentinels. And for those trapped at the bottom of society, it’s the only way out. Akira is uneducated, underfed, and unprotected—just another homeless kid in the sprawling slums between the walls of Kugamayama City and the deadly wastelands which surround it. Relic hunting offers his only hope of clawing his way to a better life outside the slums. But his first, desperate foray into the ruins threatens to end his brief life—until he meets a mysterious, incorporeal woman named Alpha.

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Kasuno011 Kasuno011 says...

Both are set in a post-apocalyptic world, and have a very bleak, matter-of-fact worldview. They are a bit different given that usuzumi no hate is a much emptier world, but I still recommend reading both

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sea4 sea4 says...

Both these manga play into this place of a hopeful despair, the world is so incredibly bleak but there's gonna be a small little fleck of hope and that's all you need. It shows you how people are fundamentally different, with senseless bicker united under a front of pure strive. It doesn't matter if what your doing is pointless, if at all, it ever comes to place, I'll be ready.

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