English Adaptation: Keith Giffen
Illustrator: Masayuki Taguchi
Content Guide: Intense scenes of violence, sexuality, and language. Not recommended for younger readers.
Now imagine that the prize was to be dropped off on a deserted island with your classmates. Add into the fact that the only way off the island is to kill each and every one of them. If you dont, you will die, either by their hands or by the bomb thats in the collar around your neck. Now who wants to play?
- All kids must kill each other until there is only one student left.
- Each student is supplied with food, water, and a random weapon.
- Each student wears a collar that has a bomb in it and monitors life signs.
- There are designated danger zones that are addedd throughout the game. If you go there, your collar explodes.
- If, at the end of a 24 hour period, someone has not died, then all of the collars explode.
They are each given their equipment and sent out on an abandoned island. After that, its every person for themselves.
Pulling all of their strings is the enigmatic Yonemi Kamon, the headmaster of The Program. Yonemi is sick, twisted, and violent, the perfect person to oversee such a gameshow.
Soon, the body counts start to grow. Either by themselves or others, death seems inevitable to the students of Junior High Class B. Will they massacre each other, or is there another way.