Justin Jordan, writer of the first run of Call of Duty: Zombies, returns for the prequel to the popular comic series. Artists Andres Ponce and Mauro Vargas (Ash vs. The Army of Darkness) are on board for this run and it will hit shelves this September!

Press Release: MILWAUKIE, Ore., (July 5, 2018)—In 2016, Dark Horse Comics’ first wave of Call of Duty® Zombies comics brought fans into the Tranzit crews’ fight for survival across the apocalyptic wasteland of a desolate, fractured, and destabilized future earth. Now, Dark Horse Comics and Activision invite fans to meet the brand-new cast of characters from this year’s game! Writer Justin Jordan (The Strange Talent of Luther Strode, Green Lantern: New Guardians) returns with new artists Andres Ponce (War Goddess, Tales of TMNT) and Mauro Vargas (Ash vs. The Army of Darkness, Star Wars: Darth Maul – Son of Dathomir) for a thrilling prequel to Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 that fills in some essential pieces to the Zombies puzzle.

In Call of Duty Zombies, pieces are set in motion that shadowy forces have long been putting into place. They believe what comes next cannot be stopped. Little do they know an unlikely group from around the globe is about to be assembled.

Call of Duty® Zombies #1 goes on sale September 05, 2018, and is available for pre-order at your local comic shop. The series features cover art by E. M. Gist and colors by Dan Jackson.


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