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

G.I. Zombie: A Star-Spangled War Story Jimmy Palmiotti Justin Gray Scott Hampton
  • Title: G.I. Zombie: A Star-Spangled War Story
  • Author: Jimmy Palmiotti Justin Gray Scott Hampton
  • ISBN: 9781401254872
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • G.I. Zombie: A Star-Spangled War Story Jimmy Palmiotti Justin Gray Scott Hampton 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
    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
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    About Jimmy Palmiotti Justin Gray Scott Hampton


    1. James Jimmy Palmiotti is an American writer and inker of comic books, who also does writing for games, television and film.Photo by Luigi Novi.


    817 Comments


    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 of an undercover agent And there s 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 in recent memory, [...]

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    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 a gr [...]

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    3. One of the best things I ve read this year

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    4. This goofy war story 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 room to breathe as a Vertigo title, as it often reminds me of Garth Ennis s twisted tales.

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    5. 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.

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    6. 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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