Highschool of the Dead

Alt title: Gakuen Mokushiroku

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Nae ga Yuru

Nae ga Yuru

Aoki Akito was having a normal day when the earthquake hit, devastating Tokyo. Amidst the crashed buildings, dead bodies, chaos and panic, Aoki hears a whistle call from the rubble and finds a very busty, buried beauty who needs his help. Though he manages to free her, she’s injured, and together the two must navigate the dangerous streets and survive.

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sothis sothis says...

Ecchi + survival? Check! Nae is far more realistic (except the ridiculous boobs) while Highschool of the Dead is focused on zombies, but if you're looking for ecchi and survival times look no further.

Elfen Lied

Elfen Lied

In the near future, some girls are born mutated. Known as Diclonius, this new species is believed to have been chosen by God to wipe out mankind. Unlike regular humans, Diclonius have two horns on their head and ‘vectors' - invisible ‘hands.' Contained within a research facility unknown to the world, the Diclonius are experimented upon mercilessly; many die or develop a hate for mankind. One such creature, Lucy, is said to be the first of the Diclonius. She escapes from the facility, but while fleeing she takes a bullet to the head and is seemingly killed. However, it seems Lucy isn't quite dead yet; she's instead developed an alternate personality called Nyuu. She's washed up on a shore where two people, Kouta and Yuka, find her and bring her home, unaware that such a monster still lurks within Nyuu. 

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wolfangel87 wolfangel87 says...

Action packed gore and violence are seen in High School of the Dead and Elfen Lied.  Each series involving high school aged people taking on some element of the undead or supernatural.  Both series with graphic scenes of the gore and ecchi nature for some entertainment.

Blood: The Last Vampire 2002

Blood: The Last Vampire 2002

In the time of the Vietnam War, an American military base in Japan is plagued with a rash of killings whose assailant is unknown. Enter Saya, a mysterious young woman who happens to be the last of the vampire race, and has been charged by her government agency employer to investigate the sinister killings. With demons and creatures abounding, Saya must infiltrate a school to put a stop to the bloodshed -- unless the monsters get to her first...

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wolfangel87 wolfangel87 says...

High School of the Dead and Blood the Last Vampire have high schoolers fighting against the forces of the undead.  Both series are action packed with the students trying to survive the onslaught of underworld beings.

Shikabane Hime

Shikabane Hime

The story starts off with a bunch of high-school students, taking the dare to go up to this abandoned building that has been half destroyed by a fire. It was rumoured to be haunted. Just a rumour, right? Not when real corpses start showing up, and they start feeling things grabbing them, and finally zombies going after them! Shikabane Hime is there to save the day. The immortal girl, “Shikabane Hime,” has a mission to “kill” 108 corpses. It’s a contract she has made with a Buddhist monk, Keisei. After 108 corpses, she will finally gain happiness and go to heaven.

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wolfangel87 wolfangel87 says...

Ass kicking girls galore in High School of the Dead and Shikabane Hime while massacring the undead with the help of their supporting male friends.

Tokko

Tokko

Ranmaru Shindo joined the Special Riot Squad to avenge the mysterious death of his parents five years ago--a crime that has gone unsolved. Recently, he has been having recurring dreams of a young woman covered in blood, wielding a giant sword. And when this mysterious woman suddenly appears in front of him as a member of the Special Public Safety Task Force (TOKKO), Ranmaru's dreams suddenly become frightening real... A violent earthquakes hit Tokyo and rumors of a demon-like creature unleashing its superhuman powers upon the city--forcing Ranmaru to begin a journey to uncover the true nature of TOKKO and its strange and sundry members.

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wolfangel87 wolfangel87 says...

Tokko and High School of the Dead are filled with violence, gore, and blood.  The horror experienced in each of these series involves a new element while drawing in some fabulous fanservice.