3.093 out of 5 from 113 votes
Deep within the ocean lies the undiscovered Zombie Island and a brutal, deadly experiment: countless men and women attempt to survive amidst predators, grisly traps and the wrath of each other. The survivors, including Japanese ex-grand prix racer Toshio Tamura, are deemed worthy of hunting otherworldly Zombies that threaten all of mankind. With a bleak future and nothing but violence and tragedy ahead of him, Toshio and the others will truly come to know the horror of the Zombies – and humanity.
Reality TV has hit a new and disturbingly graphic low with ‘The Program,' a television series in which a purposely chosen ninth-grade class is forced to fight to the death on a remote island. With only minimal survival gear and a random weapon, each student must survive and kill their friends until only one winner remains; if the group refuses to play, all of its members are killed by the electronic collars around their necks. Girlfriends and boyfriends betray each other, friends are brutally slain by their closest companions and alliances are made and broken. On screen for the world to see, only the strongest will survive this horrific, sadistic game...
Battle Royale and Zombie Hunter are incredibly gory and brutal manga whose sole purpose appears to be the shock value. With a survival-type plot (at least at first in ZH and fully for BR) and insane amounts of gore, sex and violence, fans of one would most definitely appreciate the other.
These mangas both have taken violence to another level with extreme gore. The two also involve some sex. If you enjoyed either, you should definitely check out the other.
Akira Sengoku and his class were traveling home from a field trip aboard Flight 357 when the plane mysteriously crashed, leaving them stranded on a hostile, prehistoric island. In this place, extinct and colossal animals run wild, quickly devouring many of the survivors and leaving the rest to fight for their lives. Alongside his childhood friend Rion and other classmates, Akira will struggle to survive in this impossible place against all odds.
It's true that Cage of Eden is far more of a survival/sci fi series than Zombie Hunter, but I found both to have a very similar feel and blend of gore, sex, and action-packed violence. If one suited your fancy try out the other.
When the meteors hit Japan, many died – but some, after watching themselves perish, awoke to a new life in a strange place filled with bizarre and deadly creatures. Martial artist Shingo, suicidal Mamoru, loving siblings Kyuutaro and Hatsuki and other saved souls must struggle to stay alive and protect themselves from the elements, and each other.