Alt name(s):
  • Country of Dolls
  • Ningyou no Kuni
  • Страна кукол: Апосимз
  • کشور آدمک‌ها: آپوسیمز
  • 人形の国
  • 人形之国
  • 人形之國
  • 인형의 나라
  • 8.10
  • 8.20
  • 74
Pub. status:
  • 37,413
  • 1,672
  • 52
The 200,000 KM diameter artificial celestial body of APOSIMZ. Most of its volume is its core space, which is covered by a superstructural shell. Fifty centuries ago, the people who lost a war against the core lost their right to reside legitimately in APOSIMZ, and were left behind on the extremely cold surface. They face the spreading Frame disease and aggressive automatons which appear frequently on the ruins level. Yet even so, somehow people survive.

Officially published:
  • In english by Kodansha (Print version by Vertical)
  • In french by Glénat as "Aposimz la planète des marionnettes"
  • In italian by Panini Comics (starting october 2019)
  • In german by Manga Cult as "Aposimz - Land der Puppen"

    Note: The oneshot was also translated by Kodansha: Link
  • Official:
    Reading progress:
    • Volume 0/?
    • Chapter 0/?

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    Is there no English version for free any where?
    @jesusdeath14 Seems it's still ongoing since I came here after seeing an insert of this manga on the cover of a magazine (see Slime Datta Ken ch. 55)
    Same, I like his Blame! and Biomega drawing style better.
    Actually pretty good. Definitely a step up from the mediocrity of KoS, if only because it's an original story as opposed to a generic shounen-ish dumpster fire. This has a unique feel to it; I'd describe it as a "tribal cyberpunk", kind of like the last arc of Biomega.

    I still much prefer Nihei's previous art style, though.
    So is the author done with this manga or is it still going?
    Does not contain actual chapters for the series. Only the oneshot Ningyou no Kuni (Country of Dolls) that Aposimz is adapted from.

    Gotta get a new submission going.
    i effed up, duplicate, please delete!
    Finally, somebody uploaded it
    it's by the same author as Blame so no wonder you're reminded of it, and yeah it's licensed in english by Kodansha
    It does seem to be available at Comixology

    So, I'd say that it's licensed as a series. (Unless I am mistaken about the title)
    it reminds me alot of a manga called blame, just this one i think would do way better if it had more chapters
    Never seen its regular chapters on any scanlations site: is it already licensed in english and the scanlators are avoiding it for that reason?