G.I. Zombie: A Star-Spangled War Story

G I Zombie A Star Spangled War Story Meet the soldier they call G I Zombie In these stories from issues and FUTURES END an undercover operation exposes a terrorist plot and the only thing in its way is a zombie with an AK Plus

  • Title: G.I. Zombie: A Star-Spangled War Story
  • Author: Jimmy Palmiotti Justin Gray Scott Hampton
  • ISBN: 9781401254872
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet the soldier they call G.I Zombie In these stories from issues 1 8 and FUTURES END 1, an undercover operation exposes a terrorist plot and the only thing in its way is a zombie with an AK 47 Plus, the only man who can negotiate with terrorists is already dead

    One thought on “G.I. Zombie: A Star-Spangled War Story”

    1. The biggest sin of this comic is false advertising. While the main zombie character may be a G.I, he doesn't wear an army uniform, and he's more of an undercover agent. And there's more of a James Bond world domination storyline than a "war" story. Maybe they should have called it "Spy Zombie" or something. All that said, this a fun little adventure told In a fairly gritty realistic style. It's pretty darn bloody too, for a mainstream DC title. More people get shot in head in this comic than any [...]

    2. A wonderfully weird book.Americas' best operative alive,isn't.He's a thinking zombie.Un killable(already dead) Skills honed after literally several lifetimes.When the fate of the world is at stake you call G.I. Zombie.At first blush silly and stupidbut after just a few pages it becomes clear that this is not only a great homage to the horror / war comicsof yesteryear but it stands quite wellon it's own two feet.A clever twist on the the boring spy storyof a doomsday cult of rich loonies.This was [...]

    3. This goofy "war story" (more like espionage in the American south) is deserving of a wider audience, and I'll miss it. I can't help but wonder if this would have had more room to breathe as a Vertigo title, as it often reminds me of Garth Ennis's twisted tales.

    4. A flawed but fun DC series that's perfect for people looking for something different than your normal superhero fare. Shame it didn't last that long, though, but it probably never stood a chance.

    5. Zombie U.S. Army soldier as secret government agent! This is a fun and light read that collects issues #1-8 of the "G.I. Zombie" comic book.

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