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Crunchyroll Brings First ‘Zo Zo Zombie’ Anime Episode to YouTube

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Some new cuteness ahead to help ease you into your quarantine.

Crunchyroll picked up the streaming for a series that started previously with Zo Zo Zombie back in March and is now doing some new expanded streaming on it, at least to entice you into watching it. The first episode of the series is now available on YouTube for free streaming below in its English language form, or whatever it is that our leading character actually speaks.  It’s available worldwide on Youtube outside of Asia.

Crunchyroll began bringing the show out in batches back in early March where episodes clock in at three minutes each and will be available to viewers in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, and the Middle East.

The series is based on the manga of the same name by Yasunari Nagatoshi that Yen Press has licensed and released. It began in 2012 and has eleven volumes released before wrapping up in 2018.

Plot Concept: Zo Zo Zombie is the best undead friend you never had! Who else could use his own intestines as a jump rope or peel his own skin to use as a coat? Together with his best [human] friend Isamu, Zo Zo Zombie is just trying to do some good in this world but somehow always ends up in pieces. Literally.

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