Why register?

make an anime and manga list, and more! all free!

Theme

Tokyo Zombie

Tokyo Zombie Cover Image
  • Vol: 1; Ch: 9
  • 2008
Avg
2.614 out of 5 from 20 votes
Rank #6,881
recommendations

user stats

Synopsis:

Fujio and Mitsuo are two would-be wrestlers who spend their days practicing moves near Dark Fuji, a man-made garbage mountain where bodies are buried alongside industrial waste. Unfortunately, years of contamination lead to zombies rising from the pile, and as Tokyo quickly becomes overrun by the horde, Fujio and Mitsuo are separated. As society falls, will the duo ever see each other again?

my manga:

not rated
add recs
Name Role
Yusaku HANAKUMA Artist
Yusaku HANAKUMA Author

Community Reviews

You must be a registered user to add reviews. Login or sign up today!

No community reviews found.

Catsy read Tokyo Zombie at 1 of 1 volumes
undertaker667 won't read Tokyo Zombie
DirtyJones wants to read Tokyo Zombie
romar read Tokyo Zombie at 1 of 1 volumes
flamespeedy won't read Tokyo Zombie

Recommendations if you like Tokyo Zombie

0 filtered - clear filters

Cinderalla

Cinderalla

Cinderalla's happy life as a waitress at her father's restaurant is interrupted one day when the man suddenly dies. Luckily, he is reanimated as a zombie that very night, and life continues on as usual... at least, it would have, had the perpetually-hungry Caroline and her two zombie daughters not shown up and married Cinderalla's newly-undead relative! Now Cinderalla must cater to her demanding new family as well as fulfill her restaurant duties, much to her dismay. With the help of a rat and a fledgling fairy, can the overworked beauty break free from her oppressive stepfamily and find her own prince charming?

my list:

not rated
I agree...
1 person agrees
AirCommodore

Cinderalla and Tokyo Zombie are irreverent comedy manga about zombies. Not recommended for the easily offended.

Fetus Collection

Fetus Collection
  • One Shot

tags:

my list:

not rated
I agree...
1 person agrees
AirCommodore

Tokyo Zombie and Fetus Collection are structured very similarly: both take a gory/taboo subject and run with it, until they end up with as bizarre and irreverent a story as possible. Both feature very strange competitions and oodles of shock value.

Rome Rome

Rome Rome

Zombies are on the loose! While these blue-fleshed, bloodthirsty creatures roam the land, one family does its best to avoid them while dealing with daily life. Whether it's dodging them while picking radishes, retrieving clothing from the undead that used to be acquaintances, or trying to teach the decaying how to hold a teacup, this typical family's life is anything but ordinary!

my list:

not rated
I agree...
1 person agrees
sothis

Manga about zombies are rare, but zombie manga that's meant to be a comedy is even rarer. Thus, try out both of these titles.