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Zombie-Loan, Vol. 1 (v. 1) Paperback – October 17, 2007
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It's taken me a number of years to track down a copy of the first volume of Zombie-Loan, and I gotta say, it's nothing at all like I expected. (I was expecting Otsuka's Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service except, you know, in reverse.) Chock-full of the cuteness one expects from the Peach-Pit crew, but with the darker overtones suggested by the title (at least, suggested by the title if you think about it from a more Japanese perspective, which I failed to do. oops.)
Quick summary: Michiru Kita is a high-school student who has the ability to see the impending deaths of those around her, which show up as black rings around their necks (think ribbon more than hangman's noose here). She notices them on the necks of two guys in her class who survived a nasty accident six months previous, and tries to work up the guts to warn them, being almost painfully shy. But she soon learns there is a great deal more to this than she originally understood--and that her gift may be of great use to the guy at the top of this particular food chain... an interesting, though slightly slow, beginning (the last panels of this book give you the basic premise of the series). Looking forward to seeing where the series goes. *** ½
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