In this award-winning science fiction saga, enter a world where artificial intelligence is thriving--and human culture is dying.
In the future, robots are more than machines. Autonomous "cyber-persons" with A.I. brains are part of society, interacting with humans while developing their own culture. In fact, they may be surpassing humans, as biological homo sapiens have begun to die out and give way to robo sapiens. But are humans truly disappearing, or are robots the newest form of humanity? This millennia-spanning, speculative science fiction manga of interconnected stories, both human and robotic, was awarded the Division Grand Prize at the 2020 Japan Media Arts Festival.
2019 Toranosuke Shimada
|Series Title||Robo Sapiens: Tales of Tomorrow (Omnibus)|
|Publisher||Seven Seas Entertainment|
|Genre||Manga ,Seinen ,Completed Series ,Sci-fi ,Mystery ,Psychological ,Mecha ,Robots/Cyborgs/Androids|
|Available since||November 23, 2021 (12:00 AM) PT / November 23, 2021 (05:00 PM) JST|
|Page count||308pages (*note)|
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