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Another preview video is out for Kore wa Zombie’s sure to be dreadful second season of remedial service with almost the same name – showing off more of the same nonsense, to the same song as the last PV.

A key term one might have noticed up there is the word “same” – Kore wa Zombie takes the phrase “more of the same” to a whole new level of identical concepts and repetition. If this clip is anything to go by, and even if it wasn’t, “Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? Of The Dead” will be boasting idol concerts, gym uniforms, a massive harem of females, colossal oppai, maids, romance, and anything else one could come up with if brainstorming ideas on how to make a story senseless and full of animated visual gibberish which you can sample below:


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