Yuki Takeya loves her school. She loves it so much, in fact, that she actually lives there! She's part of the "School-Living Club", a group of girls who camp out in the club room at night and grow their own food on the school roof. But why is Yuki the only one who still attends classes? And why doesn't anyone ever have the urge to go home?
Gakkou Gurashi!/ School Live! is easily a 10/10 manga for me( same goes for the anime, by the way!). IAt first, it looks innocent and fun, but you quickly learn that well, that may not be the case. And the longer you read, the more you discover about the girls' and the world, and it's really well made. Also if you have watched the anime, and want more, I highly recommend the manga, as it continues longer than the anime did.
Really good zombie manga. MUCH darker than the anime, which itself is quite dark. I eagerly hope we see a season two adapted from the later manga bits...
I probably chose the worst time, since during depression season, the last thing you need is even more sadness. A great series exploring themes of "growing up" and "moving on". Has inconsistent pacing and tonality, from juggling between slice of life and horror. This means I often realized a conflict existed when the conflict was already over, but also made every jump-scare or reaction shot that much more effective, since you never knew when something horrible will happen, when another friend will die That was the first half. The second half is much weaker, first losing the themes, then losing all risks and fears on 66% of the story. I also hated the pseudo-science sections, they just didn't fit with the series. A horrible translation may be one of the reasons I had a hard time following the story. I'd still recommend it with a 7.5/10 score. The first half being so strong, it carries the second half on the shoulders of lingering feelings alone. TL;DR Great read, terrible timing
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