By Mark Kidwell,Jeff Zornow,Jay Fotos
In 1968, the zombie-infested jungles of Vietnam and Laos explode with the arriving of a grim hero for earth's new darkish age! JUNGLE JIM is a one-man military, a reaper in a fuel mask...JACK THE RIPPER WITH AN M-16...armored in burlap and bamboo opposed to the residing and the lifeless as he searches relentlessly for redemption within the middle of a rotting, war-torn apocalypse. even if he is rescuing American POWs from the clutches of the Viet Cong or staging a bullet-riddled standoff opposed to hordes of the hungry undead to guard the occupants of a distant, French Catholic project, Jim will positioned his lifestyles at the line and the steel to the beef! the area of the award-winning, sold-out '68 universe expands as this gathered quantity offers Jim's starting place from the unique one-shot comedian besides the full-length mini-series in a single sizeable, extras-packed electronic picture novel.
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'68 (Sixty-Eight): Jungle Jim Vol. 3: Jungle Jim by Mark Kidwell,Jeff Zornow,Jay Fotos