Blame!, Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä Recommendations
After the apocalypse there are still oppresors, refugees, greed and life-missions that will make Killy (BLAME!) and Nausicaä (duh) experience countless of battles in worlds beyond our imagination.
Blame! is more action-oriented and defenetly more nihilist while Nausicaä more idealistic and misantrophic
Imagine a world where there instead of the forest, there is a city spreading like cancer, and the only population is the robotized remnants of the crypt of Shuwa, and you're pretty close to the world of Blame. In Blame though, the story is secondary, and it's more of a visual exploration of this vast, alienating landscape. Both mangas are incredible treats for any post apocalyptic connoisseur.