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Accept KoreZom for what it is – a simple cutesy fanservice show – and it can be quite entertaining. However, those who finished the show would find it quite disappointing. The plot is divided into two parts with little relation to each other: the first part is about the search for the mystery behind the murders while the second revolves Eu's past. But what more of an utter disappointment is how the producers turn the last episode into a mindless silly gag created for fanservice. There's still the OVA (or perhaps a sequel) to talk about, but I highly doubt they will continue the left-opened story. Just wait to see what other tricks they have up their sleeves.
This anime so funny! Haha. Baka... but its enough for make u laugh n cry. Euchliwood??? (hah! Not easy to spell her name!) but the last ep(season1), unbelieveble when she can speak! ow..lovely voice! Happy ending but i didnt watch the next season. huhu..(season2)minayuri rated 6.00:
For a guilty pleasure series, it's an alright one, so be sure not to take it too seriously and expect a serious plot or anything. I like the character Eucliwood Hellscythe, she definitely shows that's she's not the emotionless girl type and does show her emotions when a troubling situation calls for it. For a modern anime piece, I like that it doesn't go overboard with the ecchi content like most anime of this period tend to be like, however the OVA and Season 2 tended to focus a bit much on the ecchi. Fumi Hirano's voice as Delusion Eu in the first OVA episode wasn't a good choice, she doesn't sound cute sounding anymore like she did when she played Lum, so another seiyuu pick would've been better, not just her but Yuko Minaguchi, Noriko Hidaka, and Sumi Shimamoto weren't good choices either. Seiyuu like Mamiko Noto, Junko Iwao, Kana Hanazawa, and Yuko Miyamura could've been used though to voice Delusion Eu, all the other seiyuu who did Delusion Eu were good choices.Alistare rated 5.00:
It really wasn't that good, me giving it a five is being way to generous I think. It had spark to it, the characters were cheesy, the story was cheesy, and the ending was lame as hell. The only thing I really liked about it was that it was only 12 episodes long. It was like combining Yu Yu Hakusho and Happy Lesson together and then FAILING miserably.chiara rated 8.50:
A new finished series of the winter season 10/11 that's hilarious good! Have seldom laughed that much while the overall theme is this dark, bloody and deathly. Ayumu is great as Zombie (and after his transformation I could not stop laughing) and Hellscythe-dono is totally cute with her sketchbook. If you look for seriousness you're totally out of place but if you love the arrangement of some random matter and parody into one storyline you definitely will love it but you shouldn't be too squeamish because Zombies are undead and don't die even if they're e.g. caught in an explosion ;)randomly--random rated 9.50:
Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? is a zombie anime without the gore. LOL. it's a combination of ecchi && comedy which makes the anime really good. the plot is quite simple though not entirely that unique and the main hero, Aikawa Ayumu is really great. every episode is really interesting and almost equally funny. personally for me, it's a really great anime and is recommended for those who like ecchi-comedy types though this is practically not the fave-anime type for me. o(^ v ^)o