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‘68: RULE OF WAR, The Rules Will Be Broken

‘68: RULE OF WAR, The Rules Will Be Broken

Posted on January 20, 2014 by Kat Salazar

Mark Kidwell, Jeff Zornow, and Jay Fotos, the team behind the multiple Horror Comic and Ghastly Award-winning ‘68: JUNGLE JIM bring new terrors to the Vietnam War in ‘68: RULE OF WAR #1, the first in a four-issue miniseries sure to delight zombie enthusiasts.  

In a doom-shadowed Cambodia infested with the living dead, CIA Special Agent Declan Rule and his canine companion Nero stalk a human monster, a neurosurgeon bent on carrying out grisly experiments that turn P.O.W.s into vicious instruments of war. 
In ’68: RULE OF WAR Kidwell focuses on the horrifying capabilities of humans, rather than just zombies alone. “Readers will see how a human imagination, backed up by years of medical and scientific education, can take a threat like a shambling, cannibalistic demon and make it worse by wiring it to a radio transmitter frequency, packing it with high explosives and aiming it at an unsuspecting opposition,” said Kidwell. “Also, with the dead, surgical application and augmentation could be performed without boundaries. The threat of ‘losing’ a patient due to lab table trauma is zero as long as you don’t destroy the brain. Think Frankenstein on steroids with the bedside manner of Joseph Stalin and you’re getting warm.”
In Vietnam, Private Kuen Yam and his ragtag band of survivors battle their way across a murderous no-man’s-land in a desperate search for a ticket to the skies. The war is over, but the battle for humanity’s survival has just begun. 
“The concept of ’68 owes its roots to the fact that George Romero and John Russo unleashed their original vision of the American flesh-eating undead in 1968 with Night of the Living Dead,” explained Kidwell. “If you take that birthdate as gospel in the creation of the zombie sub-genre, it’s a no-brainer that the conflict in Southeast Asia would have become an instant, overnight hell teeming with hungry ghouls and unburied war dead. The goal then, was to introduce the supernatural horror of the zombie plague into the equation already established by the horrors of an out-of-control war and let the readers decide which is worse.”
‘68: RULE OF WAR #1 is the first in a four-issue miniseries, arrives in stores on 4/2, and will be available for $3.99.
‘68: RULE OF WAR #1 with Cover A by Nat Jones can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code FEB140498. Cover B, with art by Clayton Crain, can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code FEB140499. And Cover C, which is a blank sketch variant, can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code FEB140500.


About '68
Created by Mark Kidwell, Nat Jones and Jay Fotos, ’68 is the original “zombies in Vietnam” comic series from Image Comics and Meatgrinder Studios. This ongoing series of high action, military/horror stories is set in the turbulent period of the late 1960’s. Beginning on February 13, 1968 with the worldwide rise of the classic “Romero/Russo” style cannibalistic dead, the story is told in an evolving series of four-issue story arcs and special one-shot editions. It’s the violence, gore and horror you’ve come to expect from high-grade graphic zombie storytelling mixed with a history that we dare not forget!

About '68 Rule of War
’68:RULE OF WAR returns the '68 series to its main storyline, focusing on CIA Special Agent Declan Rule, who searches the jungles of Cambodia for the demented neurosurgeon responsible for the strange and horrifying murder of his son. With the faithful German shepherd Nero by his side, Rule will come face to face with a madman surrounded by a hard-wired army of the freshly weaponized dead. 


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