In a long flashback, we see what happened in 1968 on Pitt Island; let’s just say that the meat they are eating was not exactly pork… This and more in ’68 Last Rites.
New York, 1970. The zombie apocalypse has hit the USA, and possibly the whole world. Is there still hope, or is it time to give civilisation its last rites?
’68 Homefront concludes here, with the two draft dodgers under siege in a cabin and the man who’s threatening them… also under siege, this time by zombies.
This issue of ’68 Homefront brings us to Canada where, on a snowy February day, a criminal has murdered some Mounties while two young Americans are looking for somewhere to hide in order to avoid being drafted for the Vietnam war.
The winter snows run red and the northern lights shine on the dead as ’68: HOMEFRONT travels to Black Falls, Canada for the opening chapter of the all-new two-issue story arc “DODGERS.” Doug and Bobby Hacker, twin teenagers running from the draft, running from the specter of death in Vietnam, find more than they bargained for as slavering sled dogs, rotting Mounties, and a vicious, desperate mountain man bring the undead contagion to the frozen north.
This second issue of ’68 Homefront brings us back to Harbinger, where everything’s happening – at the same time. Even normal stuff.