The epic and incredible telling of the early days of the United States during the Second World War. Days of Darkness covers the darkest days of World War II for the US, when the country went from the tragedy of Pearl Harbor to the triumph at Midway. Covered in detail is the attack of the US Naval base and the devastation of the fleet in Hawaii, then the action moves to the evacuation and fall of the... [click here for more]
A one shot that deals with the trench warfare of World War I as a soldier finds out about the true horrors of war when he finds himself in the realm of no nationality, a land which no one can claim, a land of the dying from both sides of the battle. It is a land between the trenches and is soaked with blood. It is No-Man’s Land. ... [click here for more]
During the American Civil War, The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of Confederate Maj. Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson is considered one of the great military campaigns in American history. Jackson’s success turned him into a legendary figure on both sides of the conflict and now noted historical author and comic artist, Wayne Vansant (Days of Darkness, Knights of the Skull, Days of Wrath)... [click here for more]
Francisco Goya’s The Disasters of War series is one of his most famous and it stands out as a testament against war. This one shot issue provides the plates of the original Goya work plus the monologs and brief descriptions supplied by Goya himself. It is balanced out with some notable quotes from others regarding the horrors of war. ... [click here for more]
The very first issue of the critically acclaimed classic Vietnam Journal series from Don Lomax that shows the controversial war from the perspective of an embedded war journalist. In "The Field Jacket", a tattooed field jacket is supposedly a good luck charm for the wearers. Will the new reporter to cover the "in-field" troops be as lucky? His name is Scott Neithammer, but his... [click here for more]
THIS ISSUE: In the "Dogs of War", a trained army dog and his wounded American soldier owner wait to die in amongst the dead from a recent battle with the Vietcong when Scott 'Journal' Neithammer comes across them. See why Vietnam Journal was tabbed by Comic Book Resources as "one of the most gritty and brutally honest war stores ever published."
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The Battle of the Bulge...the Watch on the Rhine...the Ardennes Offensive...whatever name is used for this epic battle, it involved over a million men and was the largest land battle that the U.S. Army was involved in during World War II. Witness To War is a fictional account of a woman news correspondent embedded with a US platoon during this incredible saga of the last ditch effort by the German... [click here for more]