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Zombie Land Saga

Zombie Land Saga
Episodes: 12 Start date: End date:

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A typical morning. The usual music. Their normal lives. The peace these seven girls experience will suddenly be destroyed. By the living dead... zombies. A reality that they never wanted a part of, an amazing and terrifying zombie world. They all share one wish: "We want to live." These girls will struggle through this saga, in order to achieve a miracle.

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OooK, I am four episodes in and let me say this is not the kind of anime I got sucked into but because of the opening to the first episode (teen idol star starting her day, gets hit by a van and then music went from poptastic to screemo heavy metal, it made me smile)  I was intrigued and kept watching. I will not be carrying on, on the basis that they don't remember their lives or who they used to be oh but wait some of them do and some of them don't and yet this is just a badly thought out premise which the writer does not seem to keep in their mind constantly its not even questioned by the main character who has no memories of her past oh but wait she remembers watching zombie films??. you would think questions would be raised (even if they were side stepped or just ignored) but no. If there is a reason for the inconsistency in the storyline later on i don't have the patience with this sort of anime. yes, yes i Know quite a negative review but there is a lot to be improved in the way this story should have evolved (in my mind) up to this point and how there is no explanation of how things are remembered or not.  If there is a reason this is the case please tell me, put me in my place! =)) i would like to know if the storyline gets ironed out or whether this is how it runs but don't have the patience and don't want to waste my time if it doesn't get explained.  Think the only other "idol" esk anime i have seen is about mafia men turned into pop idols (funny enough but a bit cringe)  or perfect blue which is more about the emotions and is a more psychological anime, great film though if you like the darker side of things.

signed 

         Kethrolofthemind

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KeilynLocke

  

When I started this anime, I had already seen a few trailers and clips, so I came in knowing that I already thought of it as oddly cute. I have honestly attempted to watch nearly all of the girls Idol Group anime I've heard about, so I wanted to look into this one as well. I wasn't disappointed initially. I was a little sad when they went down the typical type of path musically, but the show was adorable overall, and the music wasn't bad. I honestly wish that more of the music had followed their second song's style, but not really a major complaint. I was actually super disappointed that it ended the way it did though, so I'm hoping the teases and rumors of a second season are true, as I did enjoy the series.

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Ohayotaku

  

Having finished this series earlier today,  I'm left asking the question "Is the glass half empty or half full?"  The premiere episode made me laugh out loud, but also made it seem likely that it's gimmicky sense of parody wouldn't stay funny through the entire season. In that sense the decision to explore the girls' backstories and personalities was definitely the right decision to extend the life of the series and led to some truly emotional moments (Lily's is the best example but Ai & Junko's as well). Unfortunately, there were too many missed opportunities to develop the characters and story further while there was only one other episode that matched the premiere episode's comedy. Then there's the fact that despite music being a major part of the show, I really didn't care for the songs (with the exception of the truly angelic harmonies of Hikari e


While the finale turned out better than I thought it would, it's emphasis on still unanswered questions, when there is no official confirmation of any sort of follow up left me feeling unsatisfied. So  in the end, while it was definitely entertaining and better than the concept behind it led me to believe, it unfortunately felt like it could'a/should'a been even better

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