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DMZ Vol. 4

Friendly Fire

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Publisher: Vertigo

4.4
(10)

Language:English | Number of Pages: 128 | Format: Paperback

Isbn-10: 1401216625 | Isbn-13: 9781401216627 | Publish date: 

Illustrator or Penciler: Kristian Donaldson , Riccardo Burchielli , Nathan Fox , Viktor Kalvachev

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels , Mystery & Thrillers , Political

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Book Description
Americas worst nightmare has come true. Having neglected the threat of anti-establishment militias, the U.S. government is in danger of losing control.Middle America taken control of the entire nation, except for New York Cityor, as the world now knows it, the DMZ.Matty Roth, a nave, aspiring photojournalist lands a dream gig following a veteran war journalist into the heart of the DMZ.Things soon go horribly wrong, and Matty finds himself lost and alone in a world hes only seen on television. In this volume, Roth reluctantly lands an interview for Liberty News with an enlisted U.S. solider who's found guilty of a massacre within the DMZ. What follows is a look at how the DMZ came to be, from the perspective of a kid who came from the Midwest and walked right into a nightma
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    Oddly Disappointing

    DMZ is always a good--and touching--read, but oddly enough this was my least favorite trade. Perhaps I need to read the whole series again to get a grip on context once more, or perhaps I just need to reread _Friendly Fire_, but it was a mostly plotless interlude that, to my mind, went on way to ...continue

    DMZ is always a good--and touching--read, but oddly enough this was my least favorite trade. Perhaps I need to read the whole series again to get a grip on context once more, or perhaps I just need to reread _Friendly Fire_, but it was a mostly plotless interlude that, to my mind, went on way too long--although the ending packed a punch, it was weakened by the political preaching that came before.

    Again, I love DMZ, but this collection just didn't quite do it for me.

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