15 Zombies Anime Series That'll Revive Your Interest in the Genre

193154 People Viewed - about 18 months ago Acg

While the pervasive zombie fever of the mid-2000’s has died down somewhat, this Haitian-inspired ghoul of folklore has become spread far and wide. From moves to comics to music, there is plenty of zombie culture for fans to enjoy. 

However, zombie media is not quite so widespread in anime. While western movies may be populated with bad B-rated Romero clones, there are only a few zombie-related anime series to choose from.

If you need something to feed your demonic zombie lust, why not try these top 15 zombies anime series featuring fantastic flesh eaters, since these are about your only zombie-related anime choices.

15. Hitori no Shita: The Outcast

While at first this promised to be an interesting zombie attack anime, the zombies were few and far in between. It still had some good world-building, but the whole anime just ended up pretty muddled.


14. Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress

It isn’t described as “steampunk Attack on Titan with zombies” for nothing! Instead of “titans,” people are terrified about getting eaten by “zombies”.

13. Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack

Gyo is exactly what the title makes it sound like. Dead zombie fish terrorize the city after being fused with metal legs and infected by a virus that they can transfer to humans. This virus essentially makes humans swell with gas until they explode.

It’s like the Sharknado of anime.

12. The Empire of Corpses

Set in 19th century Europe where corpses are reanimated for slave labor, as you can imagine, things don’t stay peaceful. However, this zombie anime movie does feature some fun cameos from historical characters like Ulysses Grant and John Watson.

11. Tokkou

In Tokkou, evil comes in all forms, including a parasitic demon that can turn humanity into almost unstoppable zombies. This anime is about the elite individuals in Japan’s Public Security Intelligence Agency that utilize these demonic powers in order to fight the chaos.

What's Hot
More Trending News
  • Facebook
  • Tweet
  • Pinterest