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ゾン100~ゾンビになるまでにしたい100のこと~ 1 eBook Þ Paperback Read Ì helpyouantib × ➼ [Download] ➹ ゾン100~ゾンビになるまでにしたい100のこと~ 1 By Haro Aso ➹ – Helpyouantib.co.uk Surviving a zombieSurviving a zombie apocalypse beats being a wage slave any dayAfter spending years slaving away for a soul crushing company Akira’s life has lost its luster But when a zombie apocalypse ravages his town it gives him the push he needs to live for himself Now Akira’s on a mission More reviews and no fluff on the blog Zom 100 is a very tongue in cheek tale of an idealistic young guy who gets his dream job only to find out it is soul sucking and has consumed his life Oh yeah and then the zombie apocalypse happens Expect the usual continual fan service obsession with beautiful women and some very dry humor as our protagonists tackles a bucket list of things to do now that he's free of his drudge jobStory Akira shows up at work bright eyed and bushy tailed it is his dream job and everyone is so welcoming But what he soon discovers is that it is a black corporation and his life has just been signed off to benefit the corporation Three years of constant work and bullying from his manager has left him burned out and a zombie until one day he finds himself suddenly in the middle of a zombie outbreak in downtown Tokyo It should be a frightening experience but instead Akira is happier than he's ever been he's finally free In celebration he makes a bucket list of things to do now that he's free of his salaryman enslavement then he sets out to accomplish themA black corporation is a slang term for an exploitative sweatshop type employment system where the employees work impossible amounts of hours while managers browbeat the employees into submission so that they lose all motivation even to uit Here the running joke is that it was such a bad experience for Akira to work for one for three years that the zombies are a blessing now that they have freed him He's too happy to be terrified and looks at each day as a joy as he cheerfully avoids the pesky zombiesThis is the type of book aimed at adults and older teens so expect the usual over abundance of fan service naked breasts misogyny oversexualized love interests and a complete lack of respect for the female race Because if nothing else zombies never seem to really need clothes especially the female ones It's egregious but it is the nature of the beast for this genre of mangaThe series looks like it will be cute but it also feels like a one note song of going after bucket list items and achieving them in ways not expected by the protagonist There are many horror elements of course and this is a dark comedy that is really aimed for a different audience than me As such I will not be following Zom 100 Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher

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En muster the courage to confess his feelings to his beautiful co worker Ohtori Then one morning he stumbles upon his landlord eating lunch which happens to be another tenant The whole city’s swarming with zombies and even though he’s running for his life Akira's never felt fr 35 starsThis is an incredibly silly take on the zombie apocalypse sub genre The main character is an average person who works or rather is overworked at an unfulfilling uestionably useful job After years of burnout are alleviated by a horrible viral outbreak he is single minded in his pursuit of a relaxing day off going so far as to make a beer run and find his best friend in the middle of the apocalypse It's a pretty fun first volumeRecommend for anyone interested in escapist zombie nonsense just as long as you don't mind a weirdly high amount of topless zombie womenFTC disclosure I received this book from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

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ゾン100~ゾンビになるまでにしたい100のこと~ 1To complete all items on his bucket list before hewell kicks the bucketIn a trash filled apartment year old Akira Tendo watches a zombie movie with lifeless envious eyes After spending three hard years at one of Japan’s “black corporations” his spirit is broken He can’t ev Thanks to Netgalley for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewI didn’t pay much attention to the description only knowing it was about a zombie apocalypse but this is a lot deeper than I gave it credit for When it comes to zombies stories they are usually grim and depressing so for a guy to find his freedom in the end of the world was refreshingStuck in a job he hates feeling run down and overworked our hero comes close to wanting to end it all before the world is overtaken by zombies and he sees it as the chance to finally do the things he always wanted to do He writes a bucket list and defies the odds to live his life to the fullestIs this a little ridiculous Of course it is but it adds to the charm The fact our main character is able to survive this long is suspect but this isn’t that type of story It has a deep message about Japanese society and work culture Japan has extreme attitudes to work encouraged to work long hours with no overtime pay and these effects are felt throughout society There’s a reason Japan has a high suicide rate There’s a reason they have the term Karoshi — death from overwork Japan are trying to put a stop to this but this behaviour is so ingrained it’s going to take a long time to change and you can see the pressures placed on our hero and his fellow colleagues to work than they should even if it makes them miserableThis manga is like a response to this culture how things can only change with a huge societal change Like let’s say a zombie apocalypseDespite the optimism he feels at his new freedom you don’t forget that it is the end of the world You can feel his regret at his lost time the regret he feels at missing out on spending time with friends and family and the deaths of people he knew and liked It’s bittersweet how he only reclaimed his life when the world is ending and it all seems hopeless but the optimism is almost infectious that when something does go right for him I can’t help but want him to succeedI really enjoyed this manga and I would definitely keep reading the series It has a hopefully optimism that you can’t help but enjoy and I look forward to watching the rest of the story unfold