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Is This a Zombie?, Vol. 4 - manga (Kore wa Zombie Desu-ka?) Paperback – April 23, 2013
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Shinichi Kimura was born in 1982 and is a Japanese writer of light novels. Kimura hails from Kyoto, Japan.
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I can not stop reading this funny manga. The artwork is great and very well draw. Story is good too and so do the characters of this manga. If you like moe characters and are for a laugh to clam yourself up, this is the manga for you. (I bought 7 manga of this series so I will just going to copy and past all of this review).
Fourth volume of the manga adaptation of "Is This a Zombie?" largely covers the final episodes of the anime adaptation (first season). Those who found the anime version's fight scenes involving the King of Night a bit too serious (for this series, of course) will be delighted to find the comic has a much lighter tone. The manga illustrator Sacchi's forte clearly lies in goofy jokes including Haruna turning into a cat girl.
Now there are so many heroines - adorable Eucliwood Hellscythe (or Eu) with strong powers, always energetic Haruna, blood-sucking ninjas Seraphim and Tomonori, Ariel aka Dai-sensei and even deadly Kyoko - and they are all drawn in a cute fashion.
Don't expect here coherent story and thrilling action. Some verbal jokes are lost in translation, but those lovely characters will make up for that. The fourth volume of "Is This a Zombie?", like its predecessors, is all about comedy, and with plenty of silly jokes it is an enjoyable read.