Ranked #12540

D'V (Manga)


Alternative Titles

English: D'V
Synonyms: Deus Vitae
Japanese: ディーヴァ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 20
Status: Finished
Published: 2000 to 2002
Authors: Fujima, Takuya (Story & Art)
Serialization: Magazine-Z


Score: 5.791 (scored by 238 users)
Ranked: #125402
Popularity: #9353
Members: 446
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In the year 2068, the Brain Computer, created by humans to be the core of a machine-driven Earth, itself creates Leave, an android that far surpasses the abilities of humans. With mankind now an unnecessary aspect of the Earth ecosystem, Leave, along with her 'father' Fenrir (the human scientist who raised her), destroys humanity and in its stead creates the four 'Mothers' who in turn create an android race modeled on Leave known as the Selenoid.

They divide the world into four parts, each ruled by a Mother, and then further sub-divide the android population into hierarchical levels with the strong at the top and the weak at the bottom. A virtually perfect society ...

And it would have remained perfect if some of the surviving humans hadn't formed a revolutionary group together with some of the lower caste Selenoid with the explicit purpose of overthrowing Leave and delivering the Earth back into the hands of the humans.

(Source: Tokyopop)


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Aug 28, 2011
I found D'V to be a really horrible series.

The first half of volume one hints at what could be a decent story only to do a complete face heel turn after the initial chapters. The concept of the story is nothing new, humanity is wiped out and replaced by a race of androids called the Selenoid. The Selenoids exist thanks to a Gynoid type God figure, 'Lady Leave', and are borne from computers, somehow. They are ranked in purity depending on how well they are able to communicate with the 'Mothers' which are sort of like the messengers/high priestesses of Leave. The plot focuses on read more
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