• “Os Inconfidentes”, de Joaquim Pedro de Andrade, de 1972.
  • “Tiradentes”, de Oswaldo Caldeira, de 1998.

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I won’t go into much detail past the first couple pages or reveal anything past the 2nd chapter as the mystery and desire to put all the puzzle pieces together is part of why I’ll now be stalking each release date, but this story is set in an alternative universe where humans are immortal. This story starts off with a bang…literally, and surrounds two opposing characters- Shin’ichi Kenzaki, a young detective hunting and detaining humans infected with RDS (Resurrection Deficiency Syndrome), and a mysterious woman part of those known as ‘Escape Artists’ who show up to snatch such humans away from them, generally in a very violent manner. Though the whole immortality thing has been toyed with many times already I don’t know of any other stories that have put this type of twist on it.

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i won’t go into much detail past the first couple pages or reveal anything past the 2nd chapter as the mystery and desire to put all the puzzle pieces together is part of why i’ll now be stalking each release date, but this story is set in an alternative universe where humans are immortal. this story starts off with a bang…literally, and surrounds two opposing characters- shin’ichi kenzaki, a young detective hunting and detaining humans infected with rds (resurrection deficiency syndrome), and a mysterious woman part of those known as ‘escape artists’ who show up to snatch such humans away from them, generally in a very violent manner. though the whole immortality thing has been toyed with many times already i don’t know of any other stories that have put this type of twist on it.

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i won’t go into much detail past the first couple pages or reveal anything past the 2nd chapter as the mystery and desire to put all the puzzle pieces together is part of why i’ll now be stalking each release date, but this story is set in an alternative universe where humans are immortal. this story starts off with a bang…literally, and surrounds two opposing characters- shin’ichi kenzaki, a young detective hunting and detaining humans infected with rds (resurrection deficiency syndrome), and a mysterious woman part of those known as ‘escape artists’ who show up to snatch such humans away from them, generally in a very violent manner. though the whole immortality thing has been toyed with many times already i don’t know of any other stories that have put this type of twist on it.

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