Akame ga Kill! Zero
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Akame ga Kill! Zero

Alternative Titles

English: Akame ga Kill! Zero
Synonyms: Akame ga Kiru! Zero
Japanese: アカメが斬る!零

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 60
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 25, 2013 to Jan 25, 2019
Genres: Action Action, Drama Drama, Fantasy Fantasy
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Big Gangan
Authors: Takahiro (Story), Toru, Kei (Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.471 (scored by 81128,112 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #26862
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Popularity: #483
Members: 26,261
Favorites: 479

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Synopsis

They believed that every time they took a life, they brought happiness to another...

Before becoming Night Raid's deadliest ally, Akame was a young girl bought by the Empire and raised as an assassin whose sole purpose was to slaughter everything in her path. Because that's what makes people happy... right?

Background

Akame ga Kill! Zero has been published in English by Yen Press since March 22, 2016.

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Characters

Akame
Main
Kurome
Main
Esdeath
Supporting
Lubbock
Supporting
Leone
Supporting
Chelsea
Supporting
Bulat
Supporting
Najenda
Supporting
Suzuka
Supporting
Dr. Stylish
Supporting

More reviewsReviews

Jun 16, 2020
Petricho (All reviews)
Akame ga kill! Zero is a prequel to Akame ga kill manga. The series focuses mostly on Akame and her sister, their past together when they were working for the assassin unit for the empire, and how with the reason why Akame left the empire and her sister to make the people 'happy' and join Night Raid. This series could've been read without the knowledge of the original sequel series, however i do recommend to read the sequel because it did come out first. Although it's just a personal opinion.

The story is pretty similar to the original Akame ga Kill series. Except rather read more
Nov 17, 2020
SailorClout (All reviews)
I was really excited to sit down and read this after finishing Akame Ga Kill a couple weeks ago, now that I've completed it I don't really know what to say about it.

For starters, let's start with the most important bit: Did I enjoy this manga? Yes, I thought it was a fun ride and I enjoyed the extra bits of lore we got on the characters as well as the world of AGK. Plus seeing what lead up to Akame's betrayal of the empire was cool. The fights in this manga are REALLY fun as well, like I don't think there was any fight read more
Nov 16, 2020
BropixWuff (All reviews)
Akame Ga Kill Zero is an action manga and prequel to Akame Ga Kill, written by Takehiro and illustrated by Toru, Kei.

Zero is set months before the main series, following Akame’s journey as an assassin working for the Empire. The story is a collection of mini assassination arcs and lots of fighting, it does not have an interesting story, and the execution is hit or miss. You honestly do not even need to read Zero at all to understand Akame Ga Kill's story. The biggest benefit of Zero is that it strengthens Akame's character, giving her more characterization and depth as you start the main read more
Aug 3, 2014
King_of_Heretics (All reviews)
Preliminary
Akame Ga Kill Zero is a prequel to the akame Ga Kill Series,mainly following Akame and her Sister.It can also be read even without the knowledge of the original

STORY:
The story is relatively the same as it's the parent series,with it's themes of corruption,though as opposed to the parent series,the characters are assasins working for the government as opposed to working against it.

The story maintains the tone of the original manga,though luckily it has less of the forced comedy,though there is some comedy during the downtime it does'nt feel forced or cringeworthy.the pointless fanservice still remains though

CHARACTERS:
the story follows 2 groups of assasins that are read more

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