'68: Jungle Jim #2

'68: Jungle Jim #2

Writer: Mark Kidwell Artist: Jeff Zornow Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 1, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The skies over Vietnam rain liquid fire as Brian Curliss, AKA Jungle Jim continues his epic quest to find the rotting, undead remains of Sergeant Jim Asher. Jim's search carries him across the border into war-torn Cambodia, where the struggling occupants of an isolated French mission hold their own against hunger, madness and the ravenous dead.
In the dripping shadows of the rainforest, human life hangs on a hair trigger and to save himself and those who need him, Jim will have to face more than the living dead and swarms of vengeful Viet Cong... because here there be tigers.

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Russell Johnson Apr 30, 2013

    Initially I was a little less than thrilled by the Vietnam war backdrop but that all changed after the first page of issue one. This isn't simply a war comic, it's not simply a zombie comic, it's a mashup of action and horror that is great fun and visually arresting. Any comic fan, regardless of you genre preferences, will enjoy this book. '68: Jungle Jim is a great story with great art. What else could a fan need? Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Connor Russell May 1, 2013

    This issue really has sold this series to me, in fact I'm interested in going back and reading the previous volumes set in this world. Any fan of horror and zombies will enjoy this book and even if you feel tired of zombies, I recommend to at least check it out. Things really look like they are about to escalate, which is something I enjoy seeing develop. Get on it. Oh and I'm glad that my fears of “Jim” being an experiment of sorts looks to be completely wrong. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Bloody Disgusting - Jorge Solis May 2, 2013

    A must-read for horror fans, “'68: Jungle Jim” #2 is such an incredible visual experience. It's blood and guts galore in this installment, which is why the “'68″ series never disappoints. Read Full Review

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