Long ago, Tenshin Elementary School was torn down after a teacher fell down the stairs and died. In its place, Kisaragi Academy was founded, a place where Satoshi, Naomi and their classmates attend class. They and other members of Class 2-9 have stayed after school one day to prepare for a cultural festival, but when a strange earthquake occurs, the group finds themselves stuck back in time at Tenshin Elementary, unable to see each other or escape. Now, the students must try to find each other and a way back to their reality, before they too become nothing but a corpse.
Rabbit Doubt is a popular new mystery game in which a ‘wolf' kills off each of a group of ‘rabbits' one by one. If the rabbits determine the identity of the wolf, they win the game; but if they suspect the wrong individual, the rabbits all die. Eiji, Rei, Mitsuki, Haruka, Yuu and Hajime are six friends who were meeting for the first time at a karaoke bar, but then, while separated, they lost consciousness and came to in a mysterious building - one of their bodies impaled on the wall. A real life game of Rabbit Doubt has begun. With paranoia and suspicion abounding, the survivors struggle to piece clues together before the Wolf picks them off one by one.
Group of people stuck in a strange place surrounded by death? Both of these titles are for you. However, Rabbit Doubt is MUCH better, Corpse Party is fairly meh. Still, fans of one will at least appreciate the other (moreso if you just read Corpse)
If you liked one of these you would like the other because both series are about being trapped in a place, without being able to escape. Only difference is in Doubt they have a certain way to open up doors to get closer the exit, where as in Corpse Party they can move all over the school but can't get out of the building. My opinion Doubt is better but if you liked one you would most likely like the other
On a day like any other day, Shou, his classmates and the entire elementary school were mysteriously transported to a barren wasteland filled with terror. There's no food or water, nothing in sight but an endless desert in all directions, and both the students and teachers are so terrified that they are rioting, murdering, and falling victim to their fears. With no idea of how they got there or how they'll survive, these students must work together and set forth into the unknown to discover the truth of their circumstances.
To be clear, Drifting Classroom is in my top 3 manga of all time; Corpse Party was pretty bad from what I read of it already. Regardless, both involve a group of students being transported to a hellacious place and must fight to survive, though Drifting is far more epic/gruesome and Corpse Party is more of a standard horror series.
Michiru Kita is a girl with an unusual ability: when she notices dark rings around the necks of two of her classmates - rings that are invisible to any normal person - she knows that their lives are at risk. She decides to approach them, in order to warn them or help them in some way, but soon discovers that there is more to the two boys than even her eyes could see. They are zombies, working for the mysterious company known as Z-Loan in order to pay their debts. And so Michiru finds herself helping the short-tempered Chika and the cold, indifferent Shito in ways that she'd never have imagined - fighting off illegal zombies to collect their bounties! But these illegal zombies, usually very basic and driven by instinct, seem to be getting more intelligent each time...
Both series have the same feel to them and have to do with the suoernatural. Both are also horror manga and have some comedy thrown into the mix. In Zombie Loan Michiru is thown into the world of zombies after an incident and in Corpse Party they got thrown into another dimension out of no where.