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Biomega Vol. #06 Manga Review

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How will this twisted world of machines and monsters come to a close?

Creative Staff
Writer/Author: Tsutomu Nihei
Translation: John Werry
English Adaptation: Stan!

What They Say:
Niarudi and the DRF rule the strange cord-like world of the Restorative, yet without Eon Green, Niarudi will never be able to remake the world as she wishes. Now the biomechanical inhabitants of the Restorative are beginning to succumb to dronification, a result of the N5S plague that wiped out the original Earth. Only Zoichi and Fuyu can stop the nightmare from repeating itself, but to do so they’ll need to find Eon Green and the incredible secret she holds about the past that will shape the future.

The final confrontation is at hand, and the prize for victory is the power to transform humanity and the world itself!

The Review!
As the volume opens, we see that the drone epidemic is now spreading throughout the Recreator, leaving our heroes in a nasty zombie filled situation not unlike the one they started in (though in a world that is very much different.) We soon find Kozlov, now active on the Recreator, and Funipero appears before him to give him direction.

With the drone plague quickly spreading and the immortal Eon Green reemerging, Zoichi decides to finally put a stop to things and confront Niarudi, with the aid of Funipero. With one final push, and a little help from Kozlov, our heroes are finally able to topple the tyrant and bring about a happy ending.

In Summary:
As one would expect from the finale of this series, though plot remains light, stunning action takes center stage and looks fantastic. However, by wrapping up a number of dangling threads, and even bringing things full circle after a number of odd twists, this volume manages to stand above those that came before it. If the series thus far has kept you entertained, then this thrilling conclusion is sure to impress.

Content Grade: B+
Art Grade: A+
Package Rating: A-
Text/Translation Rating: B+

Age Rating: 17+
Released By: Viz Media
Release Date: May 10th, 2011
MSRP: $12.99

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