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Eden: It's an Endless World!


Alt Names: alt 伊甸园alt Eden (ENDO Hiroki)
Author: Endo Hiroki
Artist: Endo Hiroki
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyDrama DramaEcchi EcchiHorror HorrorPsychological PsychologicalSci-fi Sci-fiSeinen SeinenSupernatural SupernaturalTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Complete
Description: In the panic surrounding a worldwide pandemic which kills 15 percent of the population and cripples many more, a secret organization, the Propater, topples the UN and seizes control of much of the world. A boy and a girl, raised in an abandoned virology research center, immune to the virus, are attacked by the Propater and escape.

Based strongly on Gnostic mythology, all major characters are named after gnostic deities, and have analogous roles.
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36 Comments

GRACIAS TREMOLO!!!!

Estoy muy agradecido de verla terminada, gracias por vuestro trabajo!

So, this has been an interesting manga.There's definitely things to ponder about after reading this work. I don't regret reading it, it's worth it.
Alot of people here in the comments either demonise or praise this manga into the heavens. It's more of a gray zone, as the manga does have some flaws.
Most of those were in regards to the pacing.
Anyways, the author manages to draw you into the universe he created, which is an important measure of an artist's worth in a fictive genre as this.
This manga is worth reading, and it's a good read.

Thank you based Random Button.

 

This is one of the best manga I have read in a while. It has flaws (the pacing in the beginning. the ending might need some revision, etc.) but it still delivered great in my books.

 

5/5 for me

Despite the bleakness, the message this manga brings is one of hope. In fact, it's a theme even stronger, and more prevalent, than the hopelessness others seem to perceive. It's beautiful, really.
 
It is a very good work, although it takes some time to become actually interesting. To put it bluntly, the first few volumes are downright boring, and quite tiresome to read. But once that changes, you're hooked. It becomes an excellent story, and you are finally rewarded with the meaning of it all - the manga's aletheia, if you will.
 
Of course, if you get too hung up on the graphicness, the drama and the tragedy, the entire work will go completely over your head. To which I say - stop now, read more manga, get some god damn taste, and then come back.

I remember deciding not to read this manga back when it came out, almost 20 years ago. It seemed too depressing, the drawing style was too realistic and dull. I'm glad I hadn't read it then. I would have not appreciated the dark tone of the series.

 

It's definitely not the most depressing series I've read. To the people complaining: this isn't nearly as heartbreaking as nearly all the classics of literature. The deaths here are meaningful and the pain of loss is proof of good writing. Be glad, for every time you see a beloved character die, it means you have known something good.

 

And of course, the most brutal thing in this manga is not the death of any single character, but the transformation of people we see as good into what we see as evil. This transition is slow and smooth. We cheer our heroes on their way into depravity, and notice it all too late.

Reading the last chapter while listening to: The impressions - People get ready, makes for an awesome enging.

This manga is pretty good, yes there is lots of death, sex and other fucked up shit, but that's part of humanity, wether you like it or not.

It took me like 190 chapters tho, before I realized that the kids from the first few chapters are still in the manga as grown ups xD

This is probably one of the worst manga I've read in my entire life, in regards to the story. The entire manga only glorifies gore and death and lacks any real creative substance whatsoever. It's literally the same monotonous theme continually repeating, over and over again. They introduce you to some characters, their significant others, and they all die. Oh but wait! SOMETIMES one of them survives to experience the horror of losing everyone they ever cared about. It kind of loses it's effect and becomes a predictable cliche after the same scenario repeats itself for the billionth time.

I found myself taking bets on whose going to be dead next rather than giving a fuck about the shitty writing and everyone's odd lack of emotional response, especially after Helena, but just lost interest near the end. 

Art: 4/5
Writing: 2/5

I think you're just looking at this series like it's some adventure series.  I feel you're missing out on the fact that the people dying is a contrast to the beauty of humanity and their duty to live.

This is probably one of the worst manga I've read in my entire life, in regards to the story. The entire manga only glorifies gore and death and lacks any real creative substance whatsoever. It's literally the same monotonous theme continually repeating, over and over again. They introduce you to some characters, their significant others, and they all die. Oh but wait! SOMETIMES one of them survives to experience the horror of losing everyone they ever cared about. It kind of loses it's effect and becomes a predictable cliche after the same scenario repeats itself for the billionth time.

I found myself taking bets on whose going to be dead next rather than giving a fuck about the shitty writing and everyone's odd lack of emotional response, especially after Helena, but just lost interest near the end. 

Art: 4/5
Writing: 2/5

Just finished reading this series. Out of the 3 big series I read this week, I'd have to say that I liked this one as number 2. All the f-in tragedy was just plain excessive. The author seems more like he was going for the shock factor than anything. The ending was okay in my opinion but I feel like it could have been better.

This would have been my favorite if it weren't for the unnecessary comedy.

I only managed to read the first volume. The story was interesting but after some time I lost track of who was who, and I didn't know if what I was seeing was a flashback or the present. The two kids from the beginning somehow disappeared and I couldn't find them again though there were references. Did the names change? I don't even know what I'm saying, it was that confusing to me.

 

Apart from that, the lack of facial expressions made the dialogue kinda weird, like I was watching some VERY human-looking robots.

The greatest manga ever !

Love every page =)

Sweet Dayum good manga
tho =~= isit me.. but d techs looks like ghost in the shell? 

This was a good find, definitely in my top 5 of all time.

This is a masterpiece.

ITT: Pussies. Go back to your moe mangas and shounen ai.

what an amazing read... longed for more but it ended well

@Suwa This is a Seinen tragedy manga about the near extinction of humanity. What were you expecting? Ponies and rainbows?
As cool as the manga was... there were too many deaths, which simply weren't necessary. I really hated that and I'm glad i finished this hell of a bloodshed manga.
So far it's kind of like J.G. Ballard meets Appleseed meets Ghost in the Shell meets Akira meets Resident Evil... and still counting.
In the end so this to shall pass
In the end nothing ever lasts
So we pray for a second chance
- Tommy Vext
The pathology behind the skin-hardening viral infection is SERIOUSLY flawed, in fact I would go so far as to say it's pretty much science-fantasy. =_= I mean, most authors who don't know their cell biology very well would just glean over the details of a apocalyptic viral infection and focus more so on the epidemiology of the pandemic (because that's easier for the layman to understand), but this author went so far as to explain the very mechanisms of the disease. That would have been fine IF the author had even the slightest clue about what the hell he was talking about. It was embarrassing to read, truly. >______>

Aside from that huge pet-peeve, the story itself is interesting enough so far. ^^;;
So boring when a manga is all about gore, gore, death, murder, rape, raaaaaape and mutilation.

Pretty overrated.
A really Good Read a lot of information to take in the beginning but it'll grow on you and will definitely be one of your favorites when you finish it :)

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