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Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka, a series quite renowned for its preposterous plot of male mahou shoujos, is set to return with a second run of crossdressing and delicious females starting April 2012.

In case you’re unfamiliar with this amusing animated atrocity, the premise is one which essentially builds a facade of legitimate story around a “regular” high school male student who is murdered one day – which then ultimately initiates his quest to fight against various magical entities as he comes across an adorable loli companion of the underworld. This allows leeway for the actual anecdote, or lack thereof, involving service of all kinds, implied romance, and gags.

If all goes well, season two will not fail in delivering a comparable level of sexiness to that seen in season one – we’re fine without the crossdressing however. One can see season one truly did satisfy the visual senses:

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