It happened after school one rainy day... A group of friends have stayed behind to prepare for the next day's school festival. One moment they are idly telling ghost stories but the next an enormous earthquake strikes and the entire school seems to fall down around them. They awake to find themselves trapped in a parallel version of their school. As school abandoned and disheveled and whose calendar dates back to 1927. Can they find a way out of this nightmare or are they doomed to the same fate that befell the other victims whose corpses that lie numerous throughout the school?
This manga was really the same a the original Corpse Party: blood covered series. It just more perverted and more blood. The changed some part of the story line and the character design. If you are going to read this manga you should really read blood covered first then read this if you want to tell the difference. (sorry for bad grammar i tried my best)
This is sadly my first manga review on this thing.Now I am a Corpse Party fan girl, and I enjoy a couple of adaptations of manga straying away from there conterparts in a nice AU (alternative universe ) setting. Nor do I mind fanservice as long as it doesn't make me feel uncomfortable. But this manga is a disgrace to Corpse Party and AU stories.
Now in a way it is set up like the original at least for the first couple of chapters. Then everything goes down hill.All the characters make very dumb choices, there are very weak back stories, and some of the
worst ecchi shots Ive seen thus far. This isnt canon but it really was pathetic. I dropped the manga thanks to Sachiko`s back story as to how she died . Yeah the story is 75% face palm.worthy 20%cringy and why levels and 5% meh.
They changed the good in the characters and made them terrible.There all either bland ,garystu or mary sue like,annoying,angsty,useless ,or all of the above. What made Corpse Party great was that they cared for each other,try to go through thick and thin,develop,and sacrifice for friends. That's what made them great and likable. Here there all selfish and most of the time dont think of others. This is literally one of the worst cast of an AU Ive seen thus far.
To be positive the art is pretty and gory. It looks nice and fluent and very well drawn. Even some of the ecchi was detailed nicely. So overall the saving grace is art.
Its terrible! Even though the art is nice and cute everything else was unbearable. Worst manga I read and I dont recommend it to anyone. Stick with the games instead of this garbage.
Its utter trash so everyone stear clear of it because youll be doing yourself a favor.
From the popular game series, Corpse Party, comes Corpse Party: Musume the manga!
As it was a good day to set up things for the school festival, it turned down as they appeared in parallel universe of their school which dates back to 1927.
Seems straight forward. A group of friends got struck in a 1927 version of their school and can't out. They also have to survive against the Girl in Red as they try to figure out how to get back to their world.
Satoshi: The protagonist that is a bit too soft on others including his little sister.
Naomi: Has a crush
on Satoshi and greatly concerns and protective of Yuma, Satoshi's sister.
Yoshiki: Take a chill pill and keel cool. Escape now, rage later.
Miyu: Cross dresser that also has a crush on Satoshi.
Ayumi: Class representative. Seems to like occult topics.
The Girl in Red aka Sachiko Shinozaki: Sickest and an awesome villain.
The art work was amazing for this manga. A lot of details on the horror parts and bloody parts.
This manga seemed to go too fast and needs to add a little more. The horror parts seemed actually horrifying and gruesome. The characters on the other hand should be more within the plot for example, Satoshi should be more alert and observate when there is something clearly wrong.also the manga could be more serious and less perverted.
the series is rushed, the time the author gives you to feel for the circumstances of the situation is very little, in which they try to compliment it with grotesque dismemberment (not for the shy of heart). the author as well tries to keep an upbeat undertone, have yet to figure if this is to say "they're can still be a happy ending" or simply to drag you back into despair for the characters. the characters are sadly simple, and easy to tell the overall worth to the author (in terms of will they die or not) only surprising part can be how often they
dodge death (i would say "to randomly die" but i've only read the trans version so far ch14). there is hardly any mystery or suspense (just leaves story ends hanging). the settings are great, generic but great, i just wish the execution was better, though i say this i am interested in how the author will end it all.
i felt uncomfortable while reading this manga; childporn is not an enjoyment at all.