Infinity: Outrage is a Spanish "manga" created by Victor Santos and Kenny Ruiz and it takes place in the world of Infinity miniatures game.
175 years into the future humanity has colonized multiple star systems and revolutionized medicine to the point that resurrecting people using their Cubes is possible. Human Sphere is still fractured into several "hyperpowers", one of them being Pan Oceania, which ensures its supremacy through Hexahedron.
The story begins with Emily Handelman, a Hexahedron operative, receiving a new mission: to disrupt a deal between Druze Society and miner separatists. She chooses to employ a former Hexa named Knauf, an exceptional sniper who did a long stint with the Druze. Emily tells him of an even better sniper working for the Druze, called Jethro.
With Knauf on-board Dolly Dagger, alongside with child-like hacker Uhahu, a Kazak Dog-Face Domovoi, Nakadai, a rogue Oniwaban and a TAG pilot Beba (with her TAG, Stallion-Jack) they move to Svalarheima, a planet disputed between Pan Oceania and Yu Jing, where the deal is to take place.
Things go south quick.
Infinity: Outrage contains examples of:
- All There in the Manual: Several characters have had their backstories expanded by supplements for the miniatures game.
- Artificial Human: It was revealed in an interview that Uhahu (and all Baker Module children) are artificially made for rich people to upload their consciousness into a younger body. Also Jethro.
- Artificial Limb: Uhahu has a cybernetic arm.
- Ascended Extra: Arslan becomes this in transition from manga to the tabletop game; he appears for all of two pages (and probably less than 10 panels) and has one memorable line. Uprising book for Infinity gives him backstory and a statblock.
- Attack Drone: The Druze are shown using these.
- Back in the Saddle: Emily convinces Knauf to come out of retirement.
- Becoming the Mask: Jethro was originally a Hexahedron agent that infiltrated Druze. Knauf pulled out before it happened to him.
- Black and Gray Morality: The Druze are a mafia, but the Hexahedron is hardly "good guys". For starters they intend to sell any contraband they confiscate off of Druze and send agents to kill Emily, Knauf and Uhahu after their failed mission goes public.
- Body Backup Drive: The Cubes, lifted from Infinity game. Knauf got rid of his, because "there's nothing worth preserving in there". It is used to create Jethro and the team has to recover it.
- Boisterous Bruiser: Domovoi.
- Canon Immigrant: Knauf, Uhahu, Emily and Arslan were eventually given statblocks and miniatures for Infinity.
- Cat Girl: Two of them attend Jethro at one point.
- Clonig Blues: Jethro's entire character. He's an illegal clone of Knauf and he hates it.
- Church Militant: The Order of Santiago makes a cameo.
- Cold Sniper: Knauf, when in action; Jethro as well.
- The Don: Iblis.
- Egomaniac Hunter: Knauf works at a park catering to those before being approached by Emily.
- Fan of the Past: Emily, she named her spaceship after a Jimi Hendrix song.
- Generic Ethnic Crime Gang: The Druze Society is all composed of either Middle-eastern or North African people.
- I Call It "Vera": Beba's custom Anaconda TAG, Stallion-Jack. She treats the suit as if it was a lover.
- The Infiltration: Knauf did a long stint with the Druze that almost destroyed the organization.
- Janitor Impersonation Infiltration: In the second half of the story Knauf impersonates a contractor to enter the Druze-controlled space station.
- Mini-Mecha: Several from the tabletop game make an appearance: Stallion-Jack, a custom Anaconda; a Druze Ramhorn; and two Guijas.
- The Mole: There are several.
- Older Than They Look: Knauf quickly deduces Uhahu is this. At one point Emily calls her "a simulacrum of a child".
- Playful Hacker: Uhahu fits this to a tee.
- Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: One of the rich hunters in the beginning of the manga ignores the ban on killing Sakht females and cubs. Knauf does not take kindly to it.
- Sniper Duel
- Space Cold War: The Dolly Dagger crew breaks international law by operating within Yu Jing part of Svalarheima. They are discovered, resulting in a huge diplomatic fiasco for Pan Oceania.
- Spicy Latina: Beba.
- Stripperiffic: Beba runs around in what amounts to lingerie.
- The Worf Effect: Emily recounts how Jethro disposed of a Bagh-Mari team in a jungle when describing him to Knauf. Bagh-Mari are one of the strongest Pan Oceanian units when in a fireteam and they specialize in jungle combat.
- You Have Failed Me: Hexahedron deploys Hexas to kill the Dolly Dagger crew after the Svalarheima fiasco.