Kore wa Zombie “Of The Dead” apparently sports a cute and seifuku clad cover artwork atop its first Blu-ray box set – certainly giving this optical media package the most moe for the money, a worthwhile investment.
Some soft and gentle colors portray the lovely showcase of some similarly fluffy creatures – two adorable females wrapped in school uniforms, visages being of the type that one would want to play with, and remaining areas of the body being relevant to all sorts of interests. The contrasting facial expressions of the idiot loli being cheerful, in comparison to the necroimouto’s indifference, is truly wonderful in how one can still grasp her inner sentiments.
Keeping the contrast of exhibited expressions in mind, the necroimouto’s moe appearance, in consideration with the ongoing activity of taking a lively photo with her friend, and upbeat hand gesture, all work to establish an effect as if Asuna were smiling enough for the both of them. Indeed, do notice how the illustration distinctly shows the necroimouto’s own enthusiasm in play, the way she clearly has her arm wrapped around her loli friend for instance, and this all speaks opposite of what her visage may say.
Moving along to other marvelous traits, the eyes are of a hue vibrant and bold on both characters – bringing accent directly to their facial regions, which goes back to the aforementioned, and it also is quite exquisite to see artwork channel beauty upon areas of the female body beyond lustrous curves.
Those who take an interest in said curves however are not left behind – the image boasts some seriously astounding value on the white blouse of each dazzling female, thereby bringing some depth to their form, whilst also establishing texture. The texture is clearly rather smooth – and the silken feel is the lush allure of the female skin.
That becomes particularly gratuitous when one also notes how the blouse flows downward in a graceful consideration of the ever-enticing female composition – with the lead into the waist certainly suceeding in vehemently driving one’s desires for more, much like essentially any other given characteristic of this splendid image.