68 Jungle Jim (2011 Image) comic books
Cover by Jeff Zornow. Written by Mark Kidwell. Art by Jeff Zornow and Jay Fotos. 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. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.
Cover by Jay Fotos and Nat Jones. Written by Mark Kidwell. Art by Jeff Zornow and Jay Fotos. MINISERIES CONCLUSION! An armored engine of vengeance stalks the jungle trails, following a rogue band of Viet Cong guerillas and a pair of kidnapped children. Doomed to become brainwashed killing machines, a hero some call Jungle Jim is their only hope. MATURE READERS, 32 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.