Ranked #2967

OZ (Manga)

OZ

Alternative Titles

Japanese: Oz―オズ―

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 28
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 27, 2008 to Jan 27, 2011
Authors: Tokiya, Seigo (Art), Iwai, Kyohei (Story)
Serialization: Comic Alive

Statistics

Score: 7.561 (scored by 354 users)
Ranked: #29672
Popularity: #4577
Members: 1,228
Favorites: 5
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Synopsis

In a not too distant future, the world is confronted with a host of issues: pollution, resource depletion, population expansion, and so on. In response, the Japanese government developed sensory simulation capsules (“beds”) and successfully launched a virtual reality program — “Gaia.” Interestingly, the designers omitted the concept of pain from the program, and as a result, there are no such things as pain or death in this new virtual world.

On a day that started as any other, Oono Yuuri stumbles across a mysterious card, which sets off a chain of strange events that evolve into a tale of conflicting dreams, unlikely friendships, and reluctant vengeance.

(Source: Mixini Studios)

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