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'68 (Sixty-Eight): Jungle Jim

'68 (Sixty-Eight): Jungle Jim

Vietnam, 1968: Behind enemy lines, a soldier stands alone. A one-man army armored against the risen, hungry dead under burlap, bamboo and Army green. Armored against the living with a Bowie knife and a mobile arsenal. If you got left behind he'll find you. If you're the enemy you'll never see him coming. If you're a zombie he'll kill you again. Sometimes, to slay monsters you have to become one yourself. Jungle Jim is a stand-alone one-shot comic story set in the grim world of '68. Meshing smoothly with the ongoing military horror series, Jungle Jim is a savage new slant on the Vietnam/Zombie apocalypse scripted by MARK KIDWELL with stunning artwork by NATE VAN DYKE and JAY FOTOS.
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Credits

Written by

Mark Kidwell

Art by

Nate Van Dyke

Colored by

Jay Fotos

Lettered by

Jason Arthur

Genres

Gore
Horror
Mature
Military
Zombies

About Comic

Page Count

31 Pages

Print Release Date

December 14 2011

Digital Release Date

December 14 2011

Age Rating

17+ Only

Copyright

2011 by Meatgrinder Studios, LLC.