Series: Appleseed

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Appleseed 1 - De uitdaging van Prometheus Deel 1 by Masamune Shirow1
Appleseed, Vol. 01: The Promethean Challenge by Masamune Shirow1
Appleseed 1. Buch, Teil 2 - Gastfreundschaft by Masamune Shirow2
Appleseed 2 - De uitdaging van Prometheus Deel 2 by Shirow Masamune2
Appleseed, Vol. 02: Prometheus Unbound by Masamune Shirow2
Appleseed, Vol. 03: The Scales of Prometheus by Masamune Shirow3
Appleseed, Book 4 by Masamune Shirow4
Appleseed, Bd.5, Der Scharfschütze by Masamune Shirow5
Appleseed: Hypernotes by Masamune ShirowDatabook
Appleseed, Bd.6, Tot oder lebendig by Masamune Shirow6
Appleseed, Bd.7, Das Gleichgewicht der Kräfte by Masamune Shirow7
Appleseed, Bd.8, Weltanschauungen by Masamune Shirow8
Appleseed, Bd.9, Das Abkommen by Masamune Shirow9

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  3. Battle Angel Alita, Volume 1: Rusty Angel by Yukito Kishiro (1656)
  4. Ghost in the Shell by Masamune Shirow (1991)
  5. Dominion: Conflict, No. 1: No More Noise by Shirow Masamune (1995)
  6. Dominion by Masamune Shirow (1996)
  7. Gunsmith Cats Revised Edition, Volume 1 by Kenichi Sonoda (1996)
  8. Blade of the Immortal, Book 02: Cry of the Worm by Hiroaki Samura (1994)
  9. Dirty Pair: Biohazards by Toren Smith (1989)
  10. Eden: It's an Endless World!, Volume 1 by Hiroki Endo (1998)
  11. Samurai Executioner, Vol. 7: The Bamboo Splitter by Kazuo Koike (2005)
  12. Outlanders, Vol. 1 by Johji Manabe (1989)
  13. Planetes, Book 1 by Makoto Yukimura (2001)
  14. Neon Genesis Evangelion, Vol. 3 by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (1996)
  15. Video Girl Ai, Vol. 5: Spinoff by Masakazu Katsura (1991)

Series description

Set in a dystopian future where an atomic WWIII has devistated much of the world, this manga follows the main characters as they adapt to life in Japan's biodome as police instead of mercinaries. Many philosophical arguments surrounding the nature of a utopia, artificial intelligence, androids, and human desire for conflict are addressed. Which isn't to say there aren't great fight scenes and humour as well.


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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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