Gunnm: Last Order
Battle Angel Alita: Last Order
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Gunnm: Last Order

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Japanese: 銃夢 Last Order
English: Battle Angel Alita: Last Order
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 19
Chapters: 124
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 19, 2001 to Jan 28, 2014
Genres: Action Action, Drama Drama, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi
Theme: Martial Arts Martial Arts
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Ultra Jump
Authors: Kishiro, Yukito (Story & Art)


Score: 8.141 (scored by 88538,853 users)
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Ranked: #5032
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Popularity: #741
Members: 24,728
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Volumes: /19
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After being killed in an explosion set by Desty Nova, Gally is brought back to life in the city of Tiphares by the resourceful yet devious scientist. She learns that the floating city is caught in a chaotic civil war over the public revelation of brain biochips, the Tipharean substitution to the organic human brain. To have any chance at stopping the bloodshed, Gally joins Nova’s newly-formed entourage, which includes his assistants Elf and Zwölf, the battle android Sechs, and the repair robot Deckman 100.

Tiphares and its conflict is just one small piece to an unknown star system that Gally has yet to discover. In hopes of finding more answers to her forgotten past, she and the other group members venture into the vastness of space, beginning an adventure that is set to alter the course of humanity.

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Gunnm: Last Order was published in English as Battle Angel Alita: Last Order by VIZ Media from July 23, 2003 to October 11, 2011. Kodansha Comics USA published the volumes 16-19 from December 4, 2012 to September 9, 2014 due to a change of publishers on the Japanese edition (Shueisha to Kodansha). The series was entirely republished by Kodansha as a five-volume omnibus edition from March 26, 2013 to December 9, 2014.


Nova, Desty
Fachiri, Vilma
Ido, Daisuke
Four, Figure
K, Koyomi
Walt, Erica


Jul 29, 2022
Gunnm: Last Order is a continuation that maintains the qualities of the previous work and manages to improve them.

The characters are excellent and manage to be captivating to follow. Obviously, the strength of the story is in Gally and his journey, but when the author focuses on other characters there is no down in quality.
Serchs' growth, Vilma's story (best part of the manga, by the way), Zazie's struggles are all very interesting within the manga.

The protagonist, Gally/Yoko, undergoes a journey of existential conflict in the work. This could be quite brave on the part of the author, after all, Gally's charm is precisely the ferocity ...
Mar 29, 2018
Mixed Feelings
I was genuinely interested in BAA:LO after the....interesting read-through of its predecessor. This was mainly because I heard that LO was better in terms of story, character, art, action, etc. etc. However, does it /really/ live up to the hype I was fed? Read on to find out.

[Story - 3]

I should probably begin by touching on That Retcon: Yeah, this story basically edits out like the last chapter or so of the original story because it wouldn't exist otherwise. While I am still critical of how rushed the original ending was, I was glad that some of the concepts (Ketheres the Space City, Figure Four ...
Nov 27, 2018
The rambling story arc of the last series, with its ridiculous ending and dropped characters, was not without its flaws, but it was entertaining and well illustrated enough to hold my interest.

THE HYPE around this series is that it cleans up the mess the last one ended on- Which early on, it seems to, even if in a clunky, much less fun and much more violent and gory way than we might hope for. One has to admit- Kishiro is still a great visual artist and his gore hits as hard as ever, his line work and shading more sleek and evocative than the ...

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