Comic Review: Call of Duty Zombies #3 (Dark Horse Comics)

For shooting gamer fanatics and Call of Duty fans, Dark Horse comics brings you a sequel of Call of Duty Zombies comic book to see survivors shooting zombies in order […]

For shooting gamer fanatics and Call of Duty fans, Dark Horse comics brings you a sequel of Call of Duty Zombies comic book to see survivors shooting zombies in order to survive. 

The comic is written by Justin Jordan, story by Jason Blundell and Craig Houston, and art by Jonathan Wayshak.

It’s really surprising how the Call of Duty series brought out a comic book where soldiers and survivors killing zombies just to survive. It’s more likely that gamers play Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 online and winning some streaks all the time. I never played Call of Duty before, but we all know that the original game, you go as a player and start searching and destroy enemies. However, the game introduced to Call of Duty: Zombies which was the most popular shooting game of all time. But this time, the comic’s story brings you something more like the other Call of Duty Zombie games, even Black Ops 3, because survivors are killing zombies in order to stay alive and escape this pile of zombie nightmare.

The story focuses on some few survivors trying to escape with all of this zombie madness. However that wasn’t enough for them to escape, so they kill the zombies and make their way to the next. Marlton is trying to open the portal for everyone to jump to another room, somehow the game of survival of the fittest would never end until they find a device to transfer the survivors to another world. Which we’ll find out sooner or later in the future.

My reaction to this comic is really amazing, even though like I said, I never played Call of Duty before. But after reading this comic, it almost feels like I wanted to read more of that because the story and art are amazing, of course, Jonathan’s art focuses on the details of the characters and zombies, however, the abstract and proportions of the characters are quite menacing even for the zombies. With so much graphic content, this comic made me stunned, I would probably learn something or two for that. I would recommend for anyone even Call of Duty fans to read this series and I promise that this comic would make you change your life forever.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.