Action, Adventure, Shounen, Psychological, Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Space, Tragedy
In the future, computers control all aspects of human life, even birth. No one questions Superior Domination, the new social order, except the Mu, a mutant race with telepathic powers who are forced into exile by the System. On a distant colony mistakenly believed to be Terra by its inhabitants, Jomy’s world is turned upside-down when the Mu ask him to become their leader. Can Jomy, with his emerging telepathic powers, lead the Mu back home, back to Terra? In 1978, this series won the very first Seiun Award for manga, and subsequently, in 1980, also won the Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen/shōjo manga (along with Takemiya's Kaze to Ki no Uta).
Dec 6, 1976 to Apr 6, 1980
Asahi Sonorama (1980) ; Chuko (1991, 1995?); Square Enix
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