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Deus Vitae, Vol. 1 by Takuya Fujima
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Takuya Fujima, Deus Vitae vol. 1 (Tokyopop, 2004)

In Fujima's dark, Terminator-esque version of the future, humans have been extinct, replaced by a race of artificial humans called the Solenoids. Or so the Solenoids think-- it turns out some humans still exist, and have been living off the grid for some time. When a human infiltrates one of the four very hearts of Solenoid society, things start to go, shall we say, a little awry. Drenched in sex and violence, Deus Vitae isn't a manga for the kiddies, but adults who like the raunchier action flicks will likely get a real kick out of the first volume in the series. ***
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