The artwork by Jones is very similar to what appeared in the Better Run Through the Jungle trade (incidentally, Jones does not do the artwork for the two one-shots released last year) and I have not noticed a large leap forward in his artistic prowess. That does not mean it is not there and maybe I am spoiled by the nearly ten year run artist Charlie Adlard has had on The Walking Dead, where I can see his art improve over a long period of time but 68 has not gone on long enough for his work to mature yet. Hopefully this will happen because if the first issue of Scars is any indication of what is in store 68 is a series that will entertain comic book fans for years to come. Read Full Review
One of the challenges of doing a Vietnam War tale, is that so many stories have already been told about this period of history that it can be hard to find a new angle from which to attack a series. The zombies add a great hook to a book that doesnt necessarily focus on zombies, but on the characters in the Vietnam War. Read Full Review
By no means is this an outstanding comic, but zombie fans will enjoy this. A first issue proves difficult to review because one never understands the full scope of how the story will progress. Scars does start off on a pace with interesting scenarios built that could lead to some good action. Read Full Review
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