がっこうぐらし! (7) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 7]

がっこうぐらし! (7) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 7]

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Title:がっこうぐらし! (7) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 7]
Author:Norimitsu Kaihou
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:4832246534
Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:178 pages pages

がっこうぐらし! (7) [Gakkou Gurashi!, Vol. 7] Reviews

  • Sarah ~Sehrenity~
    Aug 04, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Jay
    Jun 05, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Sean O'Hara
    Aug 12, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

  • Orchid
    Jul 05, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Ant
    Aug 26, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Mjspice
    Feb 17, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Jenna (Bookiemoji)
    Aug 16, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

  • Valerie
    Oct 05, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

  • Elizabeth Licata
    Aug 11, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

  • Gabe
    Sep 04, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Emmi
    Jan 21, 2019

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Nicholas Driscoll
    Sep 07, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

  • Rod Brown
    Jul 25, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

  • ReadingFrog
    Aug 10, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

    ...

    ...

  • R
    Apr 05, 2019

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

  • Jhosy
    Sep 28, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

  • Rebecca
    Jul 29, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Drahazt Maquarent
    Apr 15, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Danilo Ruffino
    Apr 02, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Ménkűpocok
    Jun 09, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Robo
    Jul 08, 2016

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Phyllisity
    Sep 30, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Sergey Nikolaev
    May 23, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Koi
    Mar 31, 2017

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Miranda
    Mar 02, 2019

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

  • Sophie
    Dec 06, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

    ...

  • Soph
    Nov 27, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Emma Appleby
    Nov 11, 2018

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Sean Farinaccio
    Jan 16, 2019

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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  • Laulita18
    Feb 01, 2019

    Wow, the plot is really trying to move things forward! I'm not exactly convinced that the core theme has taken a convincing turn toward "university living" per se, but the girls do seem to be seeking their "purpose" in their dark and dangerous world. I'm also not a fan of the "fan serv...

    The girls finally find the university. One of the problems is that the university is divided into two groups. A group of people who are extreme and look for others who know how to fight and another who is more peaceful and doesn't worry about leaving their comfort zones. Once they ar...

    Pretty boring volume. The characters lounge around at college. As usual, all the major new characters are cute girls. While there are a few males who appear, of course one of them gets infected pretty quick and none of them are major characters. One gets the impression that to survive,...

    I'm honestly surprised how something as simple as changing the setting from a high school to a university has made me feel like I'm reading a whole other manga. It's not a bad thing, I like it. It's a good way to prevent monotony, as in The Walking Dead series. Although, unlike TWD ser...

    3/5 Stars (Otaku-A-Thon: Catch up on a series you're behind on) This volume was a bit difficult to grasp. First of all, we have 8 new characters, which is a lot all at once. Especially after spending the last five volumes with only the School Living Club members. The plot line is...

    A huge number of new cast members are added and my interest plummets further. This is a transition point for the series as it moves beyond its insular beginnings. Do we really need an EPIC cute girls vs. zombies saga? And all that fan service? ...

    Such a cool story! More characters and suspense. The artwork is awesome. ...

    Oh my god, a male character has finally appeared! I was starting to think this was one of those series where every speaking role would be a woman. ...

    new character introduction is always tricky ...

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