FUBAR, Volume 2: Empire of the Rising Dead

FUBAR Volume Empire of the Rising Dead The indie smash hit is back with it s second stand alone volume From the harbors of Hawaii to the streets of Tokyo this zombie Kamikaze smashing epic FUBAR II Empire of the Rising Dead follows a full

  • Title: FUBAR, Volume 2: Empire of the Rising Dead
  • Author: Jeff McComsey
  • ISBN: 9781934985229
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
  • The indie smash hit is back with it s second stand alone volume From the harbors of Hawaii to the streets of Tokyo this zombie Kamikaze smashing epic, FUBAR II Empire of the Rising Dead follows a full blown zombie outbreak in the middle of the Pacific theater of World War II as the allies come face to face with the walking dead again

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    1. Zombies have been thrown into every other scenario, so why not World War II? In FUBAR, Volume 2, the "what if" involves soldiers in the Pacific Theater fighting not only each other, but a host revivified corpses.Though each tale only takes a few pages, I found the premise just kind of silly and tedious, and the artwork was not particularly inspired. If you're into the genre, you're better off with the much superior "Walking Dead" series of graphic novels.

    2. This volume is way better than the first. I see why it made NYT best seller list for graphic novels now. Selected favorites:Steady as She Goes - I think what makes this story such a successful opening is how short it is. It's an excellent introduction to the rest of the book: This isn't about bombing and war. It's about fucking (adj) zombies!Semper Fi - Gruesome. The Jisei of Tsuyoshi Mukai - Beautiful. Non Guts, No Glory - The people that claim Katniss to be such a good role model for teenage g [...]

    3. I think this second volume does a better job with the concept than the first. I have a personal preference for stories set in the Pacific Theater, so I'm biased, but Nazi zombies have nothing on kamikaze zombies. Anachronisms and technical mistakes drove me nuts at times (e.g. P-51 Mustangs were never deployed off of aircraft carriers), but the stories were generally good and tended to spool out at a more leisurely pace, rather than the hyper, frenetic pace of volume one.

    4. Simple idea.World War II Pacific Theater + Zombies = Awesome.If you disagree with my math, then FUBAR is not for you. A series of slices from a war won/lost in various ways by the introduction of the living dead, FUBAR is at times funny and others, haunting. "Cold Country" was particularly powerful, but there weren't any real weak chapters. A really fun read. Also, one of my fellow Oklahoma Comic Creators, Mario Wytch, did the art for "Life Preservers."

    5. The second volume of this EXCELLENT series, this time it is zombies in the Pacific theater of World War II. And the stories and art are superb again in this volume. If you enjoy The Walking Dead or Dead Snow, this is for you!

    6. World War II + zombies (Europe and Pacific) = gruesome stories which beat you to the chair. Humanity is struggling against undead menace and enemies suddenly became friends in order to survive.

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