Watched the first (and so far only, I think) episode of this, it's pretty cool. It's an anime where different races are portrayed as animals - sort of like Art Spiegelman's Maus, only it's a military story set in the Middle East* rather than a depressing one about the Holocaust.
* - The original manga (translated into English as Apocalypse Meow) took place in the Vietnam War
In the post-apocalyptic future, the complex networks of machines have created chaos and the human world was destroyed. The robots continued to build a meaningless structure with no one to guide them. Killy, a silent loner possessing an incredibly powerful weapon known as a Gravitational Beam Emitter, wanders a vast technological world in search of the Net Terminal Genes, a (possibly) extinct genetic marker that allows humans to access the "Netsphere", a sort of computerized control network for The City. Soon these cities reach out to the outer planets and another breed of life form emerges. The story follows Killy, in his search for the understanding of the chaotic world being run by Silicon lifeforms out to destroy him and every living thing in their path.
This manga is amazing... Some of the most detailed and convincingly post-apocalyptic/cyberpunk scenery I've ever seen in a comic book.
After an implied global nuclear catastrophe, Japan has been reduced to a desert and the surviving humans seek out a meager living in the hot sands. Desert Punk focuses on the adventures of a wandering mercenary named Kanta Mizuno, nicknamed Desert Punk (Sunabōzu), due to his seemingly incredible feats of skill and daring while on the job. Throughout the series, he acquires an apprentice and makes a few friends as well as enemies.