Gachiakuta, a tale set in the slums of a wealthy town,
follows Rudo and his foster father Legto as they navigate their existence among the upper class.
Rudo, resentful of their extravagance, regularly scavenges through the town’s garbage to salvage items
from the dreaded “Abyss,” a colossal hole where deemed trash, even people, are discarded.
One day, encountering a mysterious figure on his way home, Rudo returns to find Legto dying, accused of murder. Falsely charged and thrown into the Abyss, Rudo discovers a putrid world inhabited by trash-made monsters. Attacked by these creatures, he is rescued by Engine, a janitor armed with special weapons called “jinkis.”
In this manga-driven narrative, the transition from the upper-class town to the Abyss becomes a visual journey. Each frame captures the intricacies of Rudo’s struggle for justice, revenge, and survival. The narrative, propelled by seamless transitions, unfolds the complexities of Rudo’s transformation
from an accused murderer to a reluctant janitor fighting his way out of the Abyss.
“Gachiakuta” invites manga enthusiasts into a realm where justice is entangled with trash and monsters. As Rudo embraces his new role as a janitor,
readers are treated to a visual spectacle that explores themes of vengeance, resilience,
and the unpredictable challenges of a world where garbage transforms into formidable adversaries.