You people complaining about fanservice mines well give up on this now if your bothered by this much, especially if you don't even like the horror genre/subculture. There's quite a bit in the manga (comparably speaking to most anime these days though, I don't see why this much is more problematic then in other animes). Yes it's sometimes annoying but realistically the last thing they care about is their clothes in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Most of the fanservice so far has been real situations aside from the OP. Most fanservice you see in anime is surreal garbage meant only to attract the otaku culture though you could argue the same is being done here but to me this feels real instead of forced. In the manga I only recall one event that was surreal fanservice garbage involving a bathtub scene that is typical in most anime these days... They might skip that all together for all we know, I hope they do but they probably wont. I'll probably still end up watching that episode since it was short in the manga anyway. I doubt they would blow it up into a full length episode with only 12 alloted.
Anyway the author is a doujin and hentai script creator so seeing him only put this much in it is actually refreshing. I won't say he's done this genre serious justice but he hasn't done it any injustice. From the first episode it looks like madhouse is taking this very seriously. The animation is great, and IMO the OP was amazing. Really diggin the way this is playing out but I'm kinda worried about it only being 12 episodes and the ending is no where in sight in the manga which means the anime will receive the non-closure open ending (claymore, berserk, etc...) or a scripted ending. Just have to wait and see.
I'm loving the realism though, seems like the voice actors are doing a good job so far and the reactions/etc are playing out well. Very much approve of the gore/blood/zombies/fighting too and this is only the first episode
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