Blazing Combat

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Fantagraphics Books, 2010 - 207 pagine
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Blazing Combat ended after its fourth issue when military post exchanges refused to sell the title due to their perception that it was an anti-war comic. Their hostility was fueled by the depiction of the then-current Vietnam War, especially a story entitled Landscape, which follows the thoughts of a simple Vietnamese peasant rice-farmer who pays the ultimate price simply for living where he does and which was considered anti-war agit-prop by the more hawkish members of the business community. Writer Archie Goodwin and the original publisher James Warren discuss the death ofBlazing Combat and market censorship as well as the creative gestation of the series in exclusive interviews. Nominated for a 2010 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award: (Best Archival Collection/Project: Comic Books). "

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Review: Blazing Combat

Recensione dell'utente  - Robert - Goodreads

The great thing about reading books that have been banned is that we have the freedom to read them. Not that these comics were necessarily banned. They were however canceled after a very short run due ... Leggi recensione completa

Review: Blazing Combat

Recensione dell'utente  - Chris - Goodreads

The title of this one almost made me skip it. But when I read the synopsis, I realized that it was definitely worth a look. Anytime a comic book is banned on US Military bases, I'm at least curious ... Leggi recensione completa

Informazioni sull'autore (2010)

Archie Goodwin was an important comic book writer and editor for Warren, DC, and Marvel. He was born in 1937 and died in 1998.

Frank Frazetta has worked for DC Comics, painted covers for Tarzan of the Apes, Battlefield Earth, Famous Funnies, and won the Hugo, World Fantasy, and Spectrum Grandmaster awards. Still one of the most collected fantasy artists in the world, Frank lives in Pennsylvania.

WALLY WOOD has been a Bible teacher since the 1960s. In 1980, he became an ordained minister and has ministered in jails, prisons, shelters, churches, conference halls and broadcast outlets. His "specialty" has been in the research of current events and end-time Bible prophecy since the late 1960s. He and his wife, Pam, live in Houston, Texas and attend Encourager Church. Wally's other published works include: Cashless Society: A World without Money; The Embedded Internet: The Final Evolution; The Inside Manipulators: Behind the Veil of World Control; and others.

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