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Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka follows up on its exploitation of lolis and their respective underwear with yet another sight of a loli and her pantsu – the second BD volume of the series features the same sight as the first.

However unlike the first helping of loli and pantsu provided by Kore wa Zombie on its first volume Blu-ray cover, this one is definitely superior in every aspect – rather than an annoying generic loli, a sexy imouto-type character, who despite her seductive appearance above, remains rather adorable. However moe aside, she certainly knows how to please the more carnivorous otaku out there.

Realizing her chest is not her strongest point, she employs a pose which does however emphasize an area which is seemingly one of her more powerful assets – and this display is made all the more delectable by the fine shadow work which gives it a proper depth. Yet another delicious facet is her choice of scantily attire – her pantsu are of the much revered side-tie design which always drives the mind of many wild with all sorts of ideas best kept to oneself.

Acting as added frosting on a dessert already divine, the patterns and frills of her pantsu are very elegant – and again, leave the mind spinning in circles of perverse thought. Not to mention, the soft and delicate tone of blue is certainly entrancing as well and fitting of her personality – as well as a wonderful method of visually balancing the blue of her eyes. It’s admittedly quite impressive how elaborate her intimacies are, and they truly manage to take her beauty to new heights – well-worn fashion acts like a candy wrapper to a flavorful treat.

While the series isn’t any good, one can’t be blamed if they decide to purchase the Blu-ray simply for this savory sight.

4 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    High quality post here.
    So much detail and insight acquired from just a simp- well, I guess simple can’t be used to describe this image anymore.

    • Seven says:

      Indeed, this is definitely not a simple work. Most art, particularly when speaking of those anime related, have extensive technique expended into them to achieve the end-result – it’s an intense mental struggle for an artist to determine what way to go about an artwork initially, and then what can they do of the many open possibilities. It’s tough thinking one could have done something different which may or may not have been more effective.

      In the case of this art piece specifically, it has a such a fantastic composition. Her attire is complex as a visual element, the pillows have nice varying patterns, her skin is shaded and toned for a sense of flesh and not merely a flat shape – and one of the more impressive features, her hair has been given a spectacular gradient of value which transitions amongst white and soft greys. Truly beautiful.

  • Personally I’m quite a bit fond of the use of blue in this splendid work.

    Certainly to gaze into an adorable imouto’s azure pools is a wonder in and of itself, yet there is certainly a dazzle to be found in the manner in which she embraces her scantily clad form against a cute sea critter – dolphin, I believe? – emanates a certain serenity… as if trying to bestow upon the viewer the calming sensation one feels when looking upon the boundless ocean.

    • Seven says:

      Blue itself is a color of relaxation – and when seen in a tone so gentle here, alongside other variants, it’s just as you’ve said. Quite calming and euphoric almost.

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