JosephComeau
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Alright this is the first time I've made a clip on here. With that being said I have an awesome idea for an manga. I have had this idea for seven years and thought up most of the plots and plot twists and even started making the chapters. I do have a downfall I can't draw and I am completely terrible at dialogue and could use some help on those two areas. So basically my manga idea is its post apocalyptic and the pope runs the world but he basically has brainwashed the world and taken away their free will. These seven teens free themselves from the popes brainwashing through various acts that are either tragic or violent and they realize that life needs to have free will. They decide to bring evil back into the world and returning free will back to mankind. There isnt going to be magic or chakra but when they snap out of the brainwashing they understand their unique element and can manipulate it to achieve their goal. For example one of the teens understands fire and can manipulate it beyond what normal people could. Another teen has music with it she can control emotions of people and animals. Another teen is herbs and plants his sister is martial arts. The youngest one understands animals. The main character has the power to manipulate people he understands people he is the mastermind. The final character understands chaos and can use it to manipulate his will. Please say your thoughts and opinions in the comments below. If you are interested in being the coauthor or the artist please message me.
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I think this a really interesting concept, because you can frame it in that there are no real heroes here, because these people are upsetting what is basically the status quo. because there are no feelings, there is no fear, no hunger, no struggling. so the teens are basically bringing all of that in, with the argument being partially that this evil is necessary in order to also feel things like happiness, joy, love etc.
@VinMcCarthy that is exactly my plan at least in the beginning later story stuff happens and it gets interesting to say the least
@CarlosG ok imagine attack on Titan did you ever notice the look in there eyes after the breaking of the walls. There was nothing in there eyes but fear and hopelessness. This is the look in the eyes of every person that's brainwashed there is no happiness in anybody because there are no choices every one does what they are told. There is no sadness to be felt, even during tragedies because people are taught that everything is as it should be. So there are no feelings. It's basically like entering the twilight zone and these teens realize that this isn't the way people should think and act so they decide to bring the balance back by returning free will and they do this by bringing sin back into the world. But they aren't trying to turn the world evil their goal is to bring equilibrium back. Does this make a bit more sense
Sorry for my grammar Im terrible when it comes to proof reading
@Ash2424701 The first antagonist is the pope and his "corporation" for lack of a better term and yea the first rebellious village they find after leaving their city (about fifteen chapters into the story) because of them and the pope's lackeys following them the entire village dies which solidifys their resolve that they must change the world. Also the pope's lackeys know what he is doing, it is the major populace that he has brainwashed and also this isn't a sudden brainwashing this is almost a thousand years after the nuclear war so it was a gradual change over the populace over a very long period of time. This isn't the first time a group of individuals stood against the organization which means he has safe measures to prevent it such as every orphanage has his lackeys controlling them, principals also his lackeys. His predecessors found out quickly that all rebellions were started by teens/ children because their open mindedness once they grow up they either dead brainwashed or working for him
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