- The Vietnam war is over, halted overnight by the rise of the living, hungry dead, but for CIA Special Agent Declan Rule, another war has just begun. From the ruins of devastated US firebase Aries, Rule and his highly trained
German Shepherd companion, Nero, journey deep into the humid, blood-soaked hell of Cambodia in search of a madman named Morneau. This man, a demented neurosurgeon bent on the creation of a hard-wired army of the weaponized,
radio-controlled undead, has signed his own death warrant, surgically altering
Rule’s only son and aiming him like a human bullet at the allied lines.
Through battle, torture, and blood, the man without mercy will face the man without conscience...and all the rules of war will be broken!
- Over Saigon, US Army Private Kuen Yam and his ragged band of survivors struggle to keep their grip on sanity and humanity as their wounded plane forces them back into the grip of the dead. And in New Jersey, USA, Joe and Faye Kuen take a boat ride down the river Styx, a journey that will bring them to the shadowed shores of mysterious Pitt Island...and into the realm of a psychotic killer who calls himself the ZODIAC.
- Continuing the sold-out, cult hit military/horror comics series, this fourth volume collects the entire third story arc set in the ’68 universe,
along with the hard-hitting one shot: ’68 Hallowed Ground. The
Vietnam/Zombie epic roars from the page, ripped from the minds of creators Mark
Kidwell, Jeff Zornow, Jay Fotos, Kyle Charles and Nat Jones. Loaded with extra behind-the-scenes script pages, sketches, layouts and a full cover gallery,
’68: Rule of War brings the horror with guns blazing!
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'68, Volume 4: Rule of War based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Still in Vietnam but also in Cambodia This volume also takes place during and just after the Vietnam War but a lot of the action takes place in Cambodia. As well as the zombie/ghoul element and fighting the Viet Cong, our protagonists have Frankenstein-type monsters to face, constructed by evil scientists. 3 stories inter-mingle and eventually come together to form the plot of the first chapters. The scene shifts to a zombie siege in Mississippi. Easier to follow than Volume 3, this works quite well and the illustrations are clear if not hugely gory.