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Sankarea 2 [Kindle Edition]

Mitsuru Hattori
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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MY DECOMPOSING GIRLFRIEND Now a zombie living with Chihiro, Rea's enjoying her freedom from her father, going out shopping by herself. And their relationship begins to blossom, with Chihiro fulfilling his dream of a zombie kiss! But there are bigger things to worry about... like how quickly Rea's undead body is going to start falling apart, and what insane lengths her father will go to in order to get her back!

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    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 106603 KB
    • Print Length: 192 pages
    • Publisher: Kodansha Comics (27 Aug. 2013)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00CCOO5WG
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    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #258,442 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Not as lively 16 Dec. 2013
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    The first book was very good with great art and plot.However,this one does leave a little to be desired.It's still good but too much focus on the fight brought about by the shift in 'ownership' of poor old Rea.I DO like the 'hiding the girlfriend in the closet' thing though,all stuffed in and bundled up ! Then we get some good scenes with..,er...,Wanko.....,the school's prettiet girl,turning up and discovering that the apparently uninteresting Chihiro,has a cutie in the closet. It was rewarding to read that Chihiro DOES cotton on to the fact that certain leaves,(Hydrangea) similar to what his zombie cat eats,are also effective for Rea.Will they halt the decay or merely slow it down ? I really like the page where Chihiro has decided to ask if Rea can stay and he's moving furniture from her new room.Rea is bandaging up her wrecked body looking really sexy with a flower hair clip and all.So,is this story just so Mitsuru Hattori can draw cute girls......? Probably.
    Oh,there's a double page of Chihiro getting a zombie's kiss from Rea,in full view of Wanko !
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    4.0 out of 5 stars I LIKED IT 11 Aug. 2014
    By MERC
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    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars sankarea 24 Aug. 2013
    sankarea undying love is one of the best latest manga,I have bought and read volumes one and two,cant wait for volume 3
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    4.0 out of 5 stars (3.5 STARS) Sankarea Volume 2: A Bit of a Lull 10 Nov. 2013
    By Amazon Customer - Published on
    Volume 2 of “Sankarea: Undying Love” starts out pretty well, with a cute “zombie” heroine of the title Rea acting like an undead, but the comedy soon runs out of steam. Manga creator Mitsuru Hattori, it is obvious, is having a hard time trying to find a story for lovely undead Rea Sanka, but the overall result is hit and miss.

    For the considerable portion of the second volume is spent on what is not directly related to the heroine and her becoming a zombie. Rea’s overprotective father steps in (again), and confronts Chihiro Furuya, an avid zombie-movie fan and high-school boy, with whom Rea currently is living, to get back his daughter.

    The heroine Rea is as lovely and likeable as ever, and her illustrations are very good. But this time the story goes too fast, especially in the latter half of the volume, with each frame that gets bigger as if trying to pad out the thin story. Moreover, the story itself is not very interesting, as too much of the book is about Rea’s annoying father, without whom the comic would be very fine. New characters are introduced, including the heroine’s ice-cold mother and Furuya’s “Grandpa,” but they are largely stock types.

    As I said before, the artwork is as great as ever, with a charming undead heroine Rea Sanka (or Sanka Rea, reference to “Sangeria,” Japanese title of a 1979 Lucio Fulci “Zombie 2”). The series should be about this interesting heroine, something that the manga author seems to forget – temporarily, I hope.

    (As to the “poster” mentioned in the bonus manga at the end of the book, sorry, it was inserted only in original Japanese edition.)
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Good 16 Sept. 2014
    By Jude - Published on

    [More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

    I’m not very sucked into this series yet, but I really want to be. Maybe it’s just going slow at the moment or something, I don’t know.

    I like Rea a lot, and am really interested in what’s going on with her. She and Chihiro are still figuring out how this whole zombie thing works, including how to fix the rigor mortis. Then there’s a big problem with her family, seeing as how her father doesn’t want to give her up. Her mother seems like a big jerk, and her father is still a huge creep. And honestly, I hope there’s more drama with them in the future.

    Then there’s Chihiro’s cousin, who I’m just not a huge fan of. I’m not totally sure why, but I’m not. I love his little sister, and hope she shows up more; as well as his grandpa. I feel pretty averagely about Chihiro himself, too. He’s a nice character, pretty solid, but I just don’t feel very attached to him yet.

    The ending suggests there’s a new character coming with some sort of surprise, although I don’t know what. I intend to pick up the next volume when I get the chance, as I do want to read more, but it’s not extremely high on my list.
    5.0 out of 5 stars i love the show so sad no season 2 but back ... 27 April 2015
    By J Martinez - Published on
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    i love the show so sad no season 2 but back to the book review i order the complete set all at once there for it came in a 1 and 1/2 by 1 feet by like 3 to 4 in box not sure if thats relevant but it there if needed all so with a dvd with plastic raped on top of a piece of cardboard so it was safe and it was a 2 box shipment 1/2 the books in each box i don't why they did that hay got my stuff anyway and early to!

    IMPORTANT if u just get 1 or 2 at a time its a small box book is not protected very good at all just the no plastic rap just sum air pocket thing like godzilla version of bobble rap on one side only nothing else i order this 1st by its self
    5.0 out of 5 stars Zombies!!!! 31 Aug. 2014
    By A Customer - Published on
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    I liked the first volume and this 2nd one delivered as well, there may be some nay sayers, but if you like zombies it's still a good read. I pride myself in watching all zombie related things and this isn't any different! While I may not really complete see the interest in being in love with a zombie girl per say. I had to buy the other volumes and am glad I did, am hoping to complete the set once the rest are released.
    5.0 out of 5 stars Love the Dead 2 Oct. 2013
    By Otaku master - Published on
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    Some might find it a bit odd but there's nothing wrong with being in love. But with a zombie? Things are complicated, keep reading things are about to get very dark.
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