がっこうぐらし! (4) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 4]

がっこうぐらし! (4) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 4]

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Title:がっこうぐらし! (4) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 4]
Author:Norimitsu Kaihou
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:4832244620
Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:178 pages pages

がっこうぐらし! (4) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 4] Reviews

  • Michelle (In Libris Veritas)
    Jun 03, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

  • Mayumi
    Apr 15, 2014

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Lily Marie
    Aug 28, 2016

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Jenna (Bookiemoji)
    Aug 14, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

  • Mehsi
    Jun 24, 2014

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

  • Kristen
    Sep 06, 2018

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Jessica
    Jul 13, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Valerie
    Oct 04, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

  • Justin
    Jan 06, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

  • Ren
    Mar 04, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Sophie
    Aug 04, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Nicholas Driscoll
    Sep 06, 2018

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

  • ReadingFrog
    Aug 26, 2014

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Jenn Bauer
    Jul 17, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Trueno Chocolate
    Mar 28, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Jhosy Lephor
    Sep 27, 2018

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

  • Jessamine Roth
    Apr 18, 2016

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Emily
    Mar 13, 2018

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Shadowjac
    Oct 01, 2016

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

  • Karen
    Nov 12, 2017

    4.5 ...

  • Agnieszka Gemma
    Feb 14, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Willy Neri
    Apr 15, 2016

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Rachel
    Sep 19, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Smoph
    Nov 13, 2016

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Matteo
    Dec 09, 2016

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Fenando
    Jan 29, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Zuzanna Ciesnowska
    Mar 07, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Matthew Tornetta
    May 23, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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  • Isabelle Ma
    Dec 12, 2017

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

  • Luciana
    Aug 05, 2018

    4.5 ...

    Still going strong, though the visual tension is still lacking in comparison with the story. A solid 4.5 stars, just not enough to merit that fifth star. ...

    Oh damn.... ...

    Okay so! Miki got away or killed Megu-nee and successfully retrieved medicine for Kurumi since she let herself get attacked by zombie Megu-nee. Okay, finally, I get to know more about who Megu-nee was and what she had to do in the zombie attack, but she turned into a zombie herself. Af...

    So, I'll be honest, I thought this series would stay just a simple slice of life, but I now see the progression. I'm a little worried for the characters. Countless zombie films/books/etc always show that once military or other survivors get involved, things quickly sour. I remain optim...

    It?s growing on me. The characters are more psychologically complex than I first thought, and it?s interesting to see how they interact. I appreciate that we also get a little bit of an adult perspective in this volume. It helps make the world seem more real. ...

    "We're doing fine!" ...

    This was a heartbreaking volume. Kurumi has been bitten/clawed by Megu-nee zombie, it just broke my heart again to see one of my favourite girls going through this. Thankfully there is medicine in that dreadful basement, but since I read the other volumes already... *sighs* No, I w...

    Very strong yuri vibes in this volume. I hope this series doesn't forget it's plot and focus on dropping yuri hints left and right, like a certain other series I know. ...

    As a whole, I still feel that the pacing to the anime adaptation of School-Live! is better than in the manga, and volume 4 helps illustrate this. There is a good bit of tension toward the beginning, where the focus is strongly on Kurumi's condition, but in the middle sections, things s...

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