Wednesday, April 3, 2013


“Vietnam, 1968: Behind enemy lines, Private Brian Curliss is alone. The enemy caged him, the dead want to devour him and the voices in his head are driving him to madness. A madness that emerges in the form of an unstoppable killing machine wrapped in burlap and bamboo…

Curliss is a one-man-army, sworn to wade through a wet red jungle gone straight to hell in search of a ghost named Jungle Jim. To the Viet Cong, he’s a nightmare. To POWs trapped in enemy hands, he’s salvation. To the legions of shambling, hungry dead…He’s the Grim Reaper in a gas mask.

MeatGrinder Studios and Image Comics return to the grim world of ’68 with an all-new, four-issue series continuing the story of Jungle Jim. 

The brutal sequel to the original one-shot, Jungle Jim #1 fleshes out the new dark star of the Vietnam/Zombie apocalypse. Scripted by Mark Kidwell with 
savage artwork by Jeff Zornow and Jay Fotos.

Covers by Jeff Zornow, Nat Jones and Jay Fotos.”

AND if you're not totally convinced yet to pick this bad boy up, our zombie friends over at the great site Daily Dead were able to get a hold of 8 pages of zombie goodness...2 versions of the cover and 6 pages of the actual comic in glorious gory color!

Click here!

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