Get hooked on a first look at BOOM! Studios’ “Rocko’s Modern Afterlife” #3

Get hooked on a first look at BOOM! Studios’ “Rocko’s Modern Afterlife” #3

In the first of today’s first looks we have the third issue of Rocko’s Modern Afterlife, the “zombie comedy” from BOOM! Studios. Friends are reunited and embark on a new mission as Rocko and Filbert discover that Heffer is… well, just see for yourself. Check out the preview below.

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Fight For Your Life in ROCKO’S MODERN AFTERLIFE #3 from BOOM! Studios 

Fear the Walking Bigheads of O-Town in June 2019

LOS ANGELES, CA (May 31, 2019) – BOOM! Studios today revealed a first look at ROCKO’S MODERN AFTERLIFE #3, available in stores June 2019. In this exciting next chapter from writer Anthony Burch (Borderlands 2) and artist Mattia Di Meo (Adventure Time/Regular Show), everyone’s favorite wallaby, Rocko, is trying to survive the zombie outbreak that’s taken over his home of O-Town! 

Rocko and Filbert have finally made it to Casa del Heffer but his best friend’s been bitten by the ravenous zombies! It’s only a matter of time before Heffer becomes just another mindless, ravaging citizen of O-town unless Rocko can get him to the only place in town that might hold some answers and a potential cure: Hook Labs. Only one snafu: they don’t actually know where Hook Labs is located. Will the team be able to track down the hidden location of the secret Conglom-O labs in time to save Heffer’s brain from turning into mush?

ROCKO’S MODERN AFTERLIFE #3, features a main cover by Ian McGinty (Glint) and a variant cover by illustrator and artist Joey McCormick (Teen Titans Go To The Movies).

Rocko’s Modern Afterlife #3 will hit comic shops and digital retailers on June 5.

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