Cygames' Cycomi manga website began serializing a manga adaptation of MAPPA, Avex Pictures, and Cygames' Zombieland Saga anime on Monday. Megumu Soramachi (Chivalry of a Failed Knight manga) is drawing the manga. The next chapter will debut on October 15.
The manager is a unreliable character. If he was a narrator, we would be lost. He's not explaining what he did to get the girls reanimared as zombies from last episode
His purpose is to make idols to promote Saga. There should be more
We did focus on the few idols
Delinquent girl - who was attached to her old gang who is presumably all dead Former idol girl - she wanted to leave but looks she will stay The other girl whom was bitten by Tae - we didn't do much for her but she had some lines
I did love the rap battle
We have two loyal fans from the death metal concert.
Despite his weird behavior, the manager is pretty professional and respectful when he deals with humans. He was arranging gigs to have his idols perform and promote a pharmaceutical product.
Though, the plans didn't come to fruition. The zombie girls didn't practice or work hard. They are still girls. They went to enjoy themselves around town and then after their performance, in the hot spring despite the risks. I forgot how strange the show is. It's comedic but they sure make things look scary.
As for the drug warning, me as a pharm tech, it is true. You don't want to slap too many of those patches on your body. Sometimes, those patches have aspirin in them to relieve muscle pain and fatigue.
In all of the comedic antics, there was something serious. One of the zombie girls was wondering about the manager. How they came to be. I recall one of the zombies was from the Showa or the Courtesan era or something.
I will comment on a few shows before I go to work.
It won't be as in depth.
This has been a different episode due to tone. We explore two girls' backstories and how they die. One was an airplane crash and one was a lightning bolt in the middle of the concert. She has a fear of lightning.
I can't shake the feeling of unrest. This show might be dark or have a bittersweet ending despite its funny cover.
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Taka: Been a long time since I watched it. I remember being surprised at the nudity.
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