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ALL A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
All of Us Are Dead  
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Description

Type
Manhwa

Related Series
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Associated Names
Estamos muertos
Now at Our School
School Attack
ตอนนี้ โรงเรียนของเรา..
僵尸校园
只今 우리 學校는
极度恐慌
殭屍校園
지금 우리 학교는

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Latest Release(s)

Status
in Country of Origin
131 Chapters (Complete)
5 Volumes (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

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User Rating
Average: 7.6 / 10.0 (7 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.72 / 10.0
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Last Updated
January 21st 2022, 10:37pm PST


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Author(s)

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Year
2009

Original Publisher

Serialized In (magazine)
Naver Webtoon (Naver)

Licensed (in English)
Yes

English Publisher

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #11 decreased(-5)
Monthly Pos #7 increased(+58)
3 Month Pos #52 increased(+576)
6 Month Pos #103 increased(+904)
Year Pos #208 increased(+1177)

List Stats
On 14 reading lists
On 15 wish lists
On 13 completed lists
On 1 unfinished lists
On 19 custom lists

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This is how a zombie apocalypse should be like  
by ekushay
December 23rd, 2021, 10:42pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
I have always disliked how zombies is such a cliché trope in media, but I love how this story realistically showcases what would happen in this type of disaster event. I've read "My Daughter Is A Zombie", and this webtoon gives similar vibes in the portrayal of a zombie outbreak, but the difference is that that was mostly a comedy, and this one is more drama and realism and it's not at all funny.

The way the characters survive and navigate through the 7 days is excruciating -- this is what Kesaran's comment is complaining about, that the pacing is bad. But uh, try being stranded for even one day and see how slow time passes by when that happens. When isolated and in survival mode, time becomes does not become a friend.

But, not to dismiss the thought on the slow pacing: yes, the kids did spend 90% of the story waiting or running around in the school, and the action scenes were so spread out that even one event could happen over several chapters. But the point of the "drag" is to draw out the emotions of what is happening and the direness of the situation. That is why this webtoon is realistic, because unlike other cliché zombie movies, this one REALLY focuses on the bond that the characters had and how hard it is to "kill" a zombified person. To a high school student, putting an end to someone's life is extremely unfathomable. Most people can't even butcher a live animal by themselves. I appreciate that the author illustrated and showed the psychological and emotional impact that the kids went through.

(Also, I think the fact that this is a daily pass series does not help with the pacing at all LOL)

I didn't quite care about the adult world, but it was important to look at what was happening to try and resolve the zombie outbreak. There wasn't the same level of emotional attachment to the adult characters compared to the students, but it was the high school that was the focus of the story, so that's fine.

The character building is phenomenal, and I can't help but mourn over all the characters that died. No, that's not a spoiler, because death is to be expected in a zombie story 🤣.

The art, too, is something that deserves praise. Those zombies are uglyyyyyyyy, and I mean that in a good way.
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An alright zombie series  
by Kesaran
September 20th, 2021, 11:53am
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
I think this series has a bad start. The characters hardly make an impression on you and the early chapters are short with only 1 to 2 events or actions occurring in each one, making the pacing glacial. To respond to ekushay, my comment was about how the author broke up early, fast-paced events over several chapters. This felt like they were splitting the typical 1st chapter into multiple pieces, and it really dragged. I wasn't at all talking about what comes later, the actual survival portion of the series (I did say the early chapters : p). That was done much better and I appreciated the realistic approach; I pretty much agree with everything ekushay said on that.

As the series progress, you do form some attachment to the characters. Perhaps having them not really impress upon the reader in the beginning acted to show them as normal kids (as opposed to some flashy protagonist), which strengthens the realistic approach the series takes. I have some issues with how the author introduces later characters, as their introduction felt rather arbitrary and without-warning (like "bam! new characters 4 u <3"😉. It's not that they weren't engaging (well one group isn't) but after we establish the main cast, they just come out of nowhere really. The pacing also does improve, but it changes from being glacial to being a bit divided, as now we have to switch back and forth to all the new characters that have appeared.

What kept me invested were the author's twists on the zombie concept, the powerlessness of the protagonists and the dynamics between them and the other characters, which kept things interesting. I also do like the facial details of the characters and zombies. The art was strong in that regard. All in all it was a decent zombie survival story. Let's see what the live-action brings to it.

And yes, how you read this on daily pass will definitely influence your opinion. If you don't want to spend money, try at least to read the early chapters together.

... Last updated on January 21st, 2022, 7:04am
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