By Mark Kidwell,Nat Jones,Tim Vigil,Jay Fotos,Jason Arthur,Jason Hanley
There are zombies within the razorwire. Welcome to 1968-- and the top of the realm. From the steaming jungles of Viet Nam to the brightly lit campus of demonstration-torn Berkeley, California, starving hordes of unstoppable ghouls are altering the face of the Age of Aquarius. amassed for the 1st time, this 178-page assortment re-presents the 1st four-issue tale arc from the '68 ongoing sequence, in addition to the re-colored and re-lettered unique one-shot from 2006! Plus, creators MARK KIDWELL, NAT JONES and JAY FOTOS have integrated lots of behind-the-scenes extras to make this vital for zombie and horror fanatics everywhere!
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