While running for his life in the woods, bullying victim Gyuhwan stumbles upon a shotgun and just enough shells for his classmates. It’s a recipe for disaster. But fate takes an unexpected turn when he returns to find his classmates under attack by brain-eating creatures. Now, the only thing that stands in the way of their ravenous feast is a boy with a shotgun.
Mc finds a shotgun and wants to kill his bully with it. Comes back to see students dead by some kind of monsters and it turns out that shotgun kills the monsters. The bad thing is that when he gets the choice to either get killed by the monester and let the people who watched him get bullied live or to kill one of them and the monsters would let him live. He chose to kill the monster because of some bitch who thinks revenge isn't worth. WHAT!? THAT MADE ME SO MAD BECAUSE WTF!? IF I WERE HIM I WOULD KILL ONE OF THE TEACHERS THERE AND KILL THE MONSETER AS WELL. It makes no sense as to why he would choose to let them live after everything he has been thru.
Story: A story about a quiet kid who wants to shoot his school becoming the hero is just phonomenal. The main antagonists are a group of Shapeshifting monsters called variants. But unlike the monsters in Sweet Home, they actually have intelligence. Also Hyuk Lee from Sweet Home is in it and he's the main character, Gyuhwan's, best friend. Art: The art is fantastic since it is able to horrify you. Carnby Kim is a master at drawing scary images, especially when the Variants smile. Characters: Most of the characters are pretty hatable and you don't feel too bad when they die, but the main characters are really cool. Jongpil, Jayden, and Shinyeong are pretty good allies (also rip Ms. Ahn.) Seongbin is Gyuhwan's bully and I'm amazed that he can be so hatable and interesting at the same time. Watching him slowly lose is mind is entertaining and satisfying. Gyuhwan is a very interesting character since he's somewhat of a villainous protagonist at first Zero and One are seemingly the main villains and they're both interesting too. Overall: A fantastic prequel to Sweet Home. It is really interesting trying to figure out how it connects to the other story.
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