John Carpenters Tales of Science Fiction: Surviving Nuclear Attack Trade Paperback is OUT NOW! [UPDATED]

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As the Cold War widened in the 1950s, military hero, George Kutter and his family trained to be legacy survivors in the event of an atomic exchange with the Soviet Union. Prepared to wait out the aftermath of nuclear war, they were subjected to myriad simulations, scenarios and stresses in hopes of helping salvage something of their family, their country and humanity from the ashes of a conflict with the Russians that never happened. But when a group of hunting buddies stumble upon a seemingly abandoned fallout shelter in the present-day Pennsylvania wilderness, a crash course in Cold War paranoia, propaganda and control awaits. What was the nature of the secret Archonite initiative? What lengths did the United States go to in order to prepare for all-out war and its aftermath? What did the Kutter Family endure in perpetration for their duty? And if World War III never broke out… why are they still down there?

SURVIVING NUCLEAR ATTACK is the fifth entry in the monthly anthology series, John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction. Written by Joe Harris (Rockstars, The X-Files, JC’s Tales for a HalloweeNight) with art and covers by Cat Staggs (Crosswinds, Death of Superman, JC’s Tales for a HalloweeNight), this collection includes all five issues, plus covers, in one beautiful volume.

Source: Storm King Comics


If you haven’t been keeping up with this installment of John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction, then you’re missing out on a one of a kind story that will help you question what’s going on within the world around you.

The trade comes with all the covers, creator biographies and a little more.

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