The Mammoth Book of Best War Comics
Mixing classic strips from the likes of Sam Glanzman, Alex Toth and Joe Kubert, with graphic shorts by Ted Rall and Joe Sacco, as well as several unpublished pieces on most recent conflicts by lesser known names, the contributors collectively represent the finest graphic artists to have covered the subject of war in the 20th century. The works are drawn from a widest possible variety of sources, including classic comic magazines like the bimonthly Blazing Combat published by Warren in the 1970s, and DC Thomson's ongoing Commando, individual collections such as Sam Glanzman's Marvel-published work, and smaller press publications whose hidden gems can now be brought to the light of day. Contributors include: Alex Toth, Sam Glanzman, Garth Ennis, Joe Kubert, Joe Sacco, Art Spiegelman, Peter Severin, Darko Macan and Ted Rall.
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work, Barefoot Gen, that looked at the same events in more detail. I SAW IT! is ...
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TWO MAJOR JAPANESE BATTLESHIPS WERE REAPY FOR ACTION . . 338.
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I picked up this selection of comics because it had "The Tin-Pot Foreign General and The Old Iron Woman" by Raymond Briggs in it. I just love that story and its strong illustrations. The book has some ... Leggi recensione completa
The TinPot Foreign General the Old Iron Woman
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