List of Highschool of The Dead Characters

List Of Highschool Of The Dead Characters

The manga and anime series Highschool of the Dead features a diverse range of characters designed by Shōji Satō with their storyline written by Daisuke Satō. The series revolves around a pandemic that turns humans into zombies, euphemistically referred to by the main characters as "Them", and the story follows a group of students at Fujimi High School: Takashi Komuro, Rei Miyamoto, Saeko Busujima, Saya Takagi, and Kohta Hirano; Shizuka Marikawa, the high school's nurse, and Alice Maresato, a young girl, as they fight their way to safety through the deadly streets of Japan during a worldwide catastrophic event known as the "Outbreak".

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