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** Sera's GreenEyes turn red when she's about to kick some ass.

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** Sera's GreenEyes green eyes turn red when she's about to kick some ass.

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* FormulaForTheUnformulable: There is [[https://howimetyourotaku.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/kore-wa-zombie-desu-ka-07-mkv_snapshot_02-18_2011-02-23_01-35-29.jpg this]] board. The objective was to explain how galaxies rotate... probably. There are some pictures of singing kitties, flowers and fish in the formula, mixed with numbers and some mathematical operations like square root.


Creator/FUNimation has licensed the series and released it it under the translated title ''Is This a Zombie?''. Similarly, the original manga adaptation was licensed by Creator/YenPress under that title and began publication in March 2012. Other manga adaptations, [[NoExportForYou currently only available in Japan]], are a [[{{yonkoma}} 4-panel gag series]] and a third adaptation called ''Yes, I'm Your Wife''. In July 2015, the English dub started airing on U.S. cable network Chiller TV, a horror themed sister channel to Creator/SyFy, as part of their late night Anime Wednesdays block.

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Creator/FUNimation has licensed the series and released it it under the translated title ''Is This a Zombie?''. Similarly, the original manga adaptation was licensed by Creator/YenPress under that title and began publication in March 2012. Other manga adaptations, [[NoExportForYou currently only available in Japan]], are a [[{{yonkoma}} 4-panel gag series]] and a third adaptation called ''Yes, I'm Your Wife''. In July 2015, the English dub started airing on U.S. cable network Chiller TV, a horror themed sister channel to Creator/SyFy, as part of their late night Anime Wednesdays block.

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* TheSingingMute: One of the final episodes in the first season saw all of Eucliwood Hellscythe's magic get transferred into resident Magical Girl Haruna, which allowed Eu to sing to her heart's content.


* CosmicHorrorStory: In the background of the story, Villiers, the planet of super-powerful {{Sufficiently Advanced|Aliens}} {{Magical Girl}}s, is waging war against TheUnderworld, which sends super-powerful demons to protect their interests-- which range from small and inconsequential to borderline {{Eldritch Abomination}}s. They have destructive fights on Earth because neither side wants the fight to spill onto their home turf. We soon learn that the Magical Garment Girls are only marginally more sympathetic towards humans, and few of them would shed any tears if the Earth were damaged irreparably. The only fighting force the humans have are the Vampire Ninjas, but they fell into disarray after their chief disappeared a century ago, have no formal leadership, and otherwise have huge sticks up their asses.

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* CosmicHorrorStory: In the background of the story, Villiers, the planet of super-powerful {{Sufficiently Advanced|Aliens}} {{Magical Girl}}s, is waging war against TheUnderworld, which sends super-powerful demons to protect their interests-- which range from small and inconsequential to borderline {{Eldritch Abomination}}s. They have destructive fights on Earth because neither side wants the fight to spill onto their home turf. We soon learn that the Magical Garment Girls are only marginally more sympathetic towards humans, and few of them would shed any tears if the Earth were damaged irreparably.lost a continent or two as collateral damage. The only fighting force the humans have are the Vampire Ninjas, but they fell into disarray after their chief disappeared a century ago, have no formal leadership, and otherwise have huge sticks up their asses.

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* CosmicHorrorStory: In the background of the story, Villiers, the planet of super-powerful {{Sufficiently Advanced|Aliens}} {{Magical Girl}}s, is waging war against TheUnderworld, which sends super-powerful demons to protect their interests-- which range from small and inconsequential to borderline {{Eldritch Abomination}}s. They have destructive fights on Earth because neither side wants the fight to spill onto their home turf. We soon learn that the Magical Garment Girls are only marginally more sympathetic towards humans, and few of them would shed any tears if the Earth were damaged irreparably. The only fighting force the humans have are the Vampire Ninjas, but they fell into disarray after their chief disappeared a century ago, have no formal leadership, and otherwise have huge sticks up their asses.


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* [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil Sorting Algorithm of Megalo]]: A-rank and higher Megalo require at least two average Magical Garment Girls to work together to kill them. S-rank Megalo couldn't be killed even if a squadron of Magical Garment Girls were sent to dispatch them.


** [[spoiler: That's true if ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' and ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' are anything to go by.]]

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* AteTheSpoon: Haruna and Seraphim team up in Episode 4 to create a bubbling purple concoction that eats through chopsticks, the pot, and the table. And possibly the floor, though that's out of sight.


Originally a series of LightNovels (totaling eight as of November 2011), ''Kore wa Zombie desu ka?'' was adapted into an anime in the winter 2011 season. A second season started airing in April 2012 officially named: ''Kore wa Zombie desu ka? Of The Dead'' (''Is This A Zombie: Of the Dead'').

Creator/FUNimation has licensed the series and released it it under the translated title ''Is This A Zombie''. Similarly, the original manga adaptation was licensed by Creator/YenPress under that title and began publication in March 2012. Other manga adaptations, [[NoExportForYou currently only available in Japan]], are a [[{{yonkoma}} 4-panel gag series]] and a third adaptation called ''Yes, I'm Your Wife''. In July 2015, the English dub started airing on U.S. cable network Chiller TV, a horror themed sister channel to Creator/SyFy, as part of their late night Anime Wednesdays block.

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Originally a series of LightNovels (totaling eight as of November 2011), ''Kore wa Zombie desu ka?'' was adapted into an anime in the winter 2011 season. A second season started airing in April 2012 officially named: ''Kore wa Zombie desu ka? Of The the Dead'' (''Is This A Zombie: a Zombie? Of the Dead'').

Creator/FUNimation has licensed the series and released it it under the translated title ''Is This A Zombie''.a Zombie?''. Similarly, the original manga adaptation was licensed by Creator/YenPress under that title and began publication in March 2012. Other manga adaptations, [[NoExportForYou currently only available in Japan]], are a [[{{yonkoma}} 4-panel gag series]] and a third adaptation called ''Yes, I'm Your Wife''. In July 2015, the English dub started airing on U.S. cable network Chiller TV, a horror themed sister channel to Creator/SyFy, as part of their late night Anime Wednesdays block.


* {{Lolicon}}: Ayumu is accused of being by Orito this once Chris shows up in Episode 7 of Season 2. A few moments later Taeko also wonders if Ayumi is one.


* FollowTheLeader: To ''Manga/PrincessResurrection'', indeed there are many similarities (male leads who're undead servants, female monsters join the household, group battling other monsters, chainsaw motif etc) but both series are original in their own right.


* {{Bokukko}}: Maelstrom uses "ore" to refer to herself, and her speech mannerisms are usually used by males.



* {{Bokukko}}: Maelstrom uses "ore" to refer to herself, and her speech mannerisms are usually used by males.


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** [[spoiler: That's true if ''Warhammer40k'' and ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' are anything to go by.]]

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** [[spoiler: That's true if ''Warhammer40k'' ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' and ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' are anything to go by.]]


* ACupAngst: Haruna.



* ButtMonkey: Ayumu is treated as such.



* CloudCuckoolander: Ariel is very ''special''.



* DeathByOriginStory: Ayumu.

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