Call of Duty - Justin Jordan, Jonathan Wayshak, Dan Jackson & Simon Bisley

Call of Duty

By Justin Jordan, Jonathan Wayshak, Dan Jackson & Simon Bisley

  • Release Date: 2017-02-22
  • Book Genre: Graphic Novels
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 51 Ratings)
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Call of Duty by Justin Jordan, Jonathan Wayshak, Dan Jackson & Simon Bisley

When an AI security system tries to destroy the Tranzit crew, Marlton must use his tech skills to outwit the digital defenses. Misty reminds him that he can't survive on his own: it's going to take more than know-how and smarts to get everyone out alive. The group decide to take a chance on escaping from the zombie-infested apocalyptic wasteland, not knowing if their desperate attempt will work or where it could take them.

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Book Reviews

  • Good but missing key thing...

    4
    By Four Eyed Flash
    I love the Call of Duty Zombies storyline by Treyarch. This issue in particular had great reference and connections to a well received map from Black Ops 3; Gorod Krovi. With that said, it utterly disappointed me to see that the alternative "Loading Screen" panel was missing from the digital version here. I do plan on purchasing the final 3 issues digitally and purchase each issue physically (I likes the feels of the paper in me hands). Hopefully this doesn't happen again to the final 3 issues, as I would love to see how Jason Blundel is Retconning the original storyline into the Primis story.
  • Love seeing my stuff on a comic

    5
    By Seyfarth
    I worked on the Tranzit level when I was at Treyarch. I art directed the design of the environments, characters etc. I wish we could continue the story in the game. We had so many ideas. The last page is mine as well. I started the comic book loading screens as a way to solve complex Easter eggs. They wanted me to put so much info in one image that I suggested making it a comic. This way we could put them all on one page and suggest a narrative. So much fun! Glad to see these characters living on.
  • Best book ever!

    5
    By Read this creator
    I love this book good drawings I can't wait for a 4th book to come out!

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