A popular comment forum in Japan reported that the first compilation of the second season of Blu-ray package Zombieland sagatitled Zombieland Saga: Revengehad a significant boost after the fourth episode was broadcast. This impulse was reflected in the fact that the package temporarily climbed to position 24 in the sales ranking (in this case reservations) in the "Blu-ray / DVD" category Amazon. The package is slated to be released in Japan on June 25th.

Although several hours have passed since then, the package hasn't gone down much since it ranks 31st on Trends at the time of this writing. However, if only the series of this season are taken into account, Zombieland Saga: Vengeance would then have the first position, followed by Super boywhich goes up to position 94.

On the other hand, the first season of twelve episodes was released in October 2018 in Japan with the studios' production MAPPA, Headed by Munehisa Sakai and scripts written by Shigeru Murakoshi. A second season has aired in Japan since April 8th Crunchyroll broadcast it to the west.

Zombieland Saga Synopsis

Sakura Minamoto dreams of becoming an idol. Unfortunately, reality hits her like a truck (literally) and she dies in a sudden car accident. Ten years later, she wakes up in Saga Prefecture and becomes a zombie with no memory of her past. While accepting her new fate, she meets a man named Koutarou Tatsumi, who explains that he resurrected her and six other girls from other eras as zombies in an effort to economically revive Saga Prefecture by creating a group of idols.

Koutarou takes on the role of an aggressive manager and starts planning events. The girls finally accept it and decide to name their idol group "Franchouchou". An absurdly comical take on the anime idol genre, Zombieland Saga tells the moving story of Franchouchou saving Saga Prefecture while hiding his identity as zombies and rediscovering their past.

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