Beatrix makes her first appearance on Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead

Beatrix Zom 100

Beatrix, the busty German weeb has finally made her appearance on Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead.

Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead premiered earlier, the series follows the young man Akira Tendo whose life actually changes for the better in the wake of a zombie apocalypse. No longer bound to work for a soul-crushing “black company”, he’s free to do whatever he wants for the first time. The author is Haro Aso, who’s known as the creator of the high-stakes death game series Alice in Borderland.

This series has been beset by multiple delays due to sporting events and similar causes, a problem that frequently affects seasonal anime in its time slot. Episode 8 just aired despite the series premiering in early July.

Beatrix Amerhauser has long been anticipated by fans of the manga (and those who have just seen her in the promotional material). She’s a fan of Japanese culture and all she wants to do now is eat sushi and Japanese snacks. After the zombie apocalypse, she decided to imitate the samurai of Japan and live out her fantasy.

You can see some of the reactions to her first anime appearance below.


You can read more about Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead below.

In a trash-filled apartment, 24-year-old Akira Tendo watches a zombie movie with lifeless, envious eyes. After spending three hard years at an exploitative corporation in Japan, his spirit is broken. He can’t even muster the courage to confess his feelings to his beautiful co-worker Ohtori. Then one morning, he stumbles upon his landlord eating lunch—which happens to be another tenant! The whole city’s swarming with zombies, and even though he’s running for his life, Akira has never felt more alive!


Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead is available to watch now on Netflix.



A basement-dwelling ogre, Brandon's a fan of indie games and slice of life anime. Has too many games and not enough time.

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