Alice's Father is a newspaper reporter in Tokonosu City, and the father of Alice Maresato.
Alice's Father is a news columnist from Tokonosu Prefecture. He's happily married with a seven year-old daughter named Alice Maresato. When the outbreak of Them ( zombies) hit their city, he tried to run with his daughter but the rivers were being blocked from evacuations.
The character of Alice's Father is a supporting character of the manga/anime series Highschool of the Dead that was written by Daisuke Sato and illustrated by Shouji Sato. The series first began serialization in Fujimi Shobo's Monthly Dragon Age magazine in July 2006.
His first appearance was in Hightschool of the Dead Volume 2 CH. 7 "Dead Night and Dead Ruck", and his first anime appearance was in Highschool of the Dead - Episode 7 "Dead Night and Dead Ruck". His character in the Japanese series is voiced by Kenji Nojima , and the U.S. dub produced by Section 23 has not yet been credited.
The bridges that were being used for evacuation were being overrun by both madness and Them. They ran into the city to find shelter, and Alice asked about her mother. He told her they would meet her later. When he found a home with the outside lights still on, he banged on the door and begged them to let him in. Even though the people knew he had a child with him, they refused. Frustrated at wanting to save his daughter, he begged them to at least take Alice in. When they didn't respond, he threatened to break down the door. They started to open it at that treat, but rather than letting her in. These people stabbed him in the belly with a knife attached to the pole. The person who stabbed him begged for forgiveness as they shut the door leaving both him and his daughter to die outside.
Alice ran to her father and he lied that he'd be alright. He asked her to run and go to hide where no one could find her. He soon passed away from his injuries, his daughter clinging to him and crying. He would never know that she was rescued by a team of high schoolers and would protect her as one of their own.