Stigmata, marking the end of the Holy War. The Pope enforces a gag order, suppressing the miracle’s witnesses opposing his power. A decade later, the diabolic faction resurfaces, assassinating once-admired war heroes. The Vatican dismisses incidents as coincidences, yet rumors circulate about the occult organization RADEM,
allegedly created by the Pope to combat demons with a mysterious agenda.
The Cardinal calls an assembly to address the situation,
dispatching ambitious nun Sister Rose to locate Father Gabriel Iota—a priest with formidable Holy Power. The manga explores the aftermath of the Holy War,
seamlessly transitioning between the secretive operations of RADEM and the unfolding mysteries surrounding Father Gabriel’s abilities. As the narrative unfolds, readers are drawn into a world where the line between divine and diabolic becomes blurred, and the true purpose of RADEM remains shrouded in secrecy.
In this manga-driven tale, the transition from the Holy War’s aftermath to the emergence of RADEM becomes a visual journey. Each panel captures the intricacies of Sister Rose’s mission and the enigma surrounding Father Gabriel’s Holy Power. The narrative, propelled by seamless transitions, explores the complexities of faith, power, and the hidden machinations within the Vatican’s occult organization.
“Stigmata” invites manga enthusiasts into a realm where divine marks and diabolic forces intertwine. As the characters navigate the shadows of post-war intrigue, the manga promises a captivating exploration of conspiracy, power struggles, and the mysteries concealed within the Vatican’s clandestine operations.