A new infection has spread around the planet, that turns people into undead. The story begins a few minutes before the first recorded case, and shows the struggle of six young to survive this new world.
As much I like post apocalyptic stories this is by far the most awful thing I've ever read in this genre (and maybe manga as a whole).
Mind you, that art is good and the story is okay at first but as the story progresses the plot became an excuse to show off ecchi poses. The characters are either one dimensional or straight up dumb. I don't know what it is even about anymore, I just skimmed the whole thing up to the latest raws just to see if it got better but it didn't.
If you absolutely don't care about the story and just want
to look at anime butts this is for you, otherwise there are other series in this genre that is in leagues ahead of this one.
Story (7): It's the same plot of almost every zombie story. It's the exact same premise of Highschool of the Dead, the inspiration is clear. It has nothing innovator, but it's still quite enjoyable to zombie apocalypse fans.
Art (9): The art is excellent, character design consistent and good scenarios.
This work has a lot of panties showing off, and the design of these panties is outstandingly good and the erotic poses are very well drawn.
Character (8): The only character with a distinctive personality is the main heroine that is an exhibitionist, the others have classic personalities, but they were very well chosen, you'll probably like the
most of them.
Enjoymente (9): The enjoyment about this work is something rather personal, if you are searching for a rich story and seriousness like on "I am a Hero" you'll not find it on this work, but if you like "Highschool of the Dead" with the shonen like horror and ecchi, you'll find basically the same thing here, and the mangaka is alive and full of health, it'll probably not end like Highschool of the Dead, probably...
Overall (9): If you like shonen with horror aspects and ecchi you'll probably like it. I really don't recommend this work to people who are looking works similar to "I am a Hero", but if you are looking for works similar to "Highschool of the Dead" or "Mahou Shoujo of the End" you'll probably like it.
The story, plotwise, sounds like something I wrote when I was 11. It's just so baffling bad and is nonsensical. The plot is so, I can't even explain it, it's non-existent. The only reason they try to push the story "forward" is to get to the next ecchi scene. The obstacles the MC must overcome is the most underhyped and easily solved roadblocks in manga history. An obstacle that would normally take 3 chapters to overcome in any well flushed out manga is easily overcome in a single panel, it's nonsensical to say the least. If you are looking for ecchi and some nice artwork
you'll find some enjoyment, if you're looking for anything else you might as well leave.
There are quite a few plotholes and characters that the mangaka just seemed to have forgotten about which really makes you confused as to why they were even mentioned in the first place.
For example in Chapter 26 (Not spoiling anything just some nonsensical things)
they suddenly mention a guy who hasn't appeared for the last 20 chapters saying that he can't be trusted, all of a sudden they are mentioning names and events that they didn't show, but simply happen like the audience is supposed to know what they are talking about. They suddenly say that xxxxx is actually a very important person for blah blah blah, and all you can think to yourself is, "wait a minute, who the fuck is xxxxx? I have absolutely no idea who this character is and you're just bringing it up out of nowhere?"
With most bad mangas there are frequently pages you have to stop and re-read many times just to figure out what they're talking about or how some progression happened, this is one of those mangas. As I don't speak Japanese it might not actually be the mangaka's fault, rather the translator and proofreaders, but it doesn't matter either way because no matter who the fault is on, it's still confusing as hell.