Seraphim: 2-oku 6661-man 3336 no Tsubasa
Seraphim: 266613336 Wings
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Seraphim: 2-oku 6661-man 3336 no Tsubasa

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English: Seraphim: 266613336 Wings
Synonyms: Seraphim: 266,613,336 Wings
Japanese: セラフィム 2億6661万3336の翼


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 17
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 9, 1994 to Oct 10, 1996
Genres: FantasyFantasy, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Authors: Oshii, Mamoru (Story), Kon, Satoshi (Art)
Serialization: Animage


Score: 7.211 (scored by 512512 users)
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Ranked: #50932
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Popularity: #4917
Members: 2,374
Favorites: 14
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A future Earth is devastated by the "Angel Plague," a pandemic that induces apocalyptic visions in the afflicted, even as it ossifies their bodies into dead, seraphic forms. A cult-ridden, army-backed medical unit journeys into the heart of a dying Asian city accompanied by Sera, a mysterious girl linked to the phenomenon itself. Have they come here to kill or cure? And is the Angel Plague a withered branch on the tree of life, or somehow a new flowering of existence?

(Source: ANN)


Seraphim: 2-oku 6661-man 3336 no Tsubasa was published in English as Seraphim: 266613336 Wings by Dark Horse Manga on March 10, 2015.



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Mar 16, 2017
TheJrdzone (All reviews)
Seraphim is for a niche audience. If you are not a huge fan of Mamoru Oshii or Satoshi Kon, this manga is not for you. This is a short-lived collaboration between the two anime director from 1994-95, and because of Satoshi Kon's passing in 2010, it will remain unfinished indefinitely.

The work itself is politically dense. The characters travel across a quarantined China, searching for a cure to a deadly disease. It's unbearably information-heavy at the front of the book, but thankfully slows down towards to a simpler action-packed race against time towards the end. Unfortunately, it leaves the reader on an indefinite cliffhanger as read more
Jul 8, 2018
chrissy_poo_too (All reviews)
This manga has the makings of a masterpiece, it's just a shame that it's (now and forever) unfinished. The story is gripping and exciting, the art is beautiful, and the world building is fascinating - all the ingredients necessary to leave a reader wanting more!

Unfortunately, we're left with half (a quarter? an eighth?) of a story, as Seraphim was abandoned over 20 years ago and one of its creators has since passed away. Still, it is most definitely worth picking up, especially for fans of Mamoru Ishii and Satoshi Kon, or those interested in abandoned art with an interesting history behind it (which is covered read more

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