'68, Volume 2: Scars

Volume Scars Saigon is in flames Private Kuen Yam is alone and screaming A handful of human survivors maintains a weakening hold on the only gateway to the skies and escape from Vietnam and the muddy waters of the

  • Title: '68, Volume 2: Scars
  • Author: Mark Kidwell Nat Jones Jay Fotos
  • ISBN: 9781607066699
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • '68, Volume 2: Scars

    Saigon is in flames Private Kuen Yam is alone and screaming A handful of human survivors maintains a weakening hold on the only gateway to the skies and escape from Vietnam and the muddy waters of the Mekong Delta churn like the hellish river Styx as the bloated dead rise from the depths Few will survive the nightmares of 1968 and those who do will bear its mark.Saigon is in flames Private Kuen Yam is alone and screaming A handful of human survivors maintains a weakening hold on the only gateway to the skies and escape from Vietnam and the muddy waters of the Mekong Delta churn like the hellish river Styx as the bloated dead rise from the depths Few will survive the nightmares of 1968 and those who do will bear its mark Join creators Mark Kidwell, Nat Jones, and Jay Fotos as they return to a world of military zombie horror in this second part of the ongoing 68 series, 68 Scars

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    One thought on “'68, Volume 2: Scars

    1. Crystal Starr Light

      Bullet Review:DNF at Issue 3 or page 54. I just can't get into this. I don't think this has anything to do with the fact I haven't read volume 1 - I just am not interested in any of the characters or the story. For as frustrated as it makes me, I'd rather read "The Walking Dead".

    2. Quentin Wallace

      This is a great zombie series. This volume shows a little more of the home front and we find out it's truly a global epidemic. The series had stuck to "true history" so far but this volume starts to show a divergent, which is fine. The art is great and even though this is a pretty dark story it still remains very entertaining.

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