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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. In the aftermath of a massive civilian slaughter by America's own troops, journalist Matty Roth.
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Delivery not available. Pickup not available. Product Highlights About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Matty Roth reluctantly lands an interview for Liberty News with an enlisted U. 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 nightmare. Customer Reviews. Average rating: 1 out of 5 stars, based on 1 reviews 1 ratings.
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Feb 01, Nick Dines rated it it was amazing. Steal well don't, but you know what I mean.webmail.cmnv.org/cybo-track-for.php
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This is absolutely brilliant. I can't recommend it enough. Oct 18, Indika De Silva rated it it was amazing. My favorite DMZ volume to date. The story depicts the ugly side of war and how the innocent are the ultimate victims regardless of the consequences. This story moved me. Now to Volume Mar 28, Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: loeg-archives. Some interesting back story to "the War" in this volume. I've never been interested in the "history" leading up the the war in DMZ; I'm perfectly happy to accept the premise and see how Wood explores life in a warzone, but this was a really well done story about the muddy morality of warfare.
Wood didn't provide a nice, pat answer where somebody is found to be guilty or innocent. Soldiers open fire on a crowd of peace protestors, and nobody knows who to blame, if anybody is to blame. Matty's tryi Some interesting back story to "the War" in this volume. Matty's trying to find out what happened, and he finds that in a highly stressful, confusing, uncoordinated setting, with unprepared troops who are out of touch with command, anything can happen. That doesn't excuse the soldiers for the murder of hundreds of civilians, but it doesn't justify the execution of a young, stupid kid who was in a terrible situation out of his control.
I wish that Vertigo would skip a month occasionally in publishing this series, however, so that Burchielli could draw every issue.
Kristian Donaldson's fill-in art was solid on its own terms, but it doesn't flow well with Burchielli's art. Sep 17, Robert Timmons rated it it was amazing. DMZ volume 4 is the best of the series so far by a mile. In this volume, the young journalist from the first three volumes, Matt Roth, lands an interview with an enlisted US soldier who was involved in a massacre within the DMZ. This allows Brian Wood to tell the story of how the DMZ came to be and also the story of a young kid from the Midwest who ends up in this nightmare.
Wood does a great job showing the different viewpoints of this conflict and portrays the difficulty with deciding who is r DMZ volume 4 is the best of the series so far by a mile. Wood does a great job showing the different viewpoints of this conflict and portrays the difficulty with deciding who is right in these situations. It's interesting that the best volume of this series is the one which focuses on the individuals in the conflict rather than the bigger condors of companies profiting from the war.
Aug 30, Marissa rated it liked it. Structurally sound except Matty just keeps on white-knuckling through his privilege yes, even in the DMZ and is now sleeping with Zee. Because hey, sure, why not, she's never shown interest before, just slap two characters together because reasons. Oh, we also meet The Snoozer for two whole panels and don't get anything fun for it except knowing that a 9th issue of Snoozer exists. I hope to god someone writes this zine in one of the upcoming trades. Feb 18, Norma rated it it was amazing. A story of a family secret, kept so long, that everyone has a different notion of the truth.
Many strange, sometimes funny, somewhat heart-breaking, situations occur due to the secrets kept by Mica's grandmother when they return after generations to Warsaw, supposedly to reclaim their lost property. Very nice Compelling story. Really makes you think about why insurgents in other countries where the IS fights wars do what they do. The varying artwork was cool too. I really hope they make this into a movie. May 31, M. Ashraf rated it liked it Shelves: dmz.
Very interesting questions were asked, different point of views and with a shocking put somehow fitting ending to the whole situation. I think this volume in the top 2 so far! Sep 18, Brendan rated it it was amazing. Friendly Fire is another great storyline, dealing smartly, if rather superficially at times, with the confusion and chaos of modern warfare, and the question of who should be responsible when things go horribly wrong.
May 09, Peter rated it it was amazing.
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This did just vault onto the "Required Reading" list. Feb 12, Gary Maginnis rated it really liked it. May 29, Scott rated it really liked it. An excellent volume, presenting a rashomon style retelling of a massacre from multiple perspectives. Dec 06, Ashley M. Hardy rated it really liked it.
End of society as we know it. Wonderful work of fiction and illustrations. Aug 24, James rated it it was amazing Shelves: comicbooks. Somebody always pays for a mistake. Mar 12, Samuel rated it liked it Shelves: graphic-novels.
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It's not that this issue was necessarily bad, in fact I actually liked the story and the questions it raised. The problem is that the main narrative isn't being moved, it's hard to stay intrigued when issues tie up without any suspense or connection to the next one. People with less patience may call this one DMZ's last strike of being episodic instead of an epic. Jan 01, Mike rated it really liked it. Brian Wood is the kind of writer I find persistently frustrating. I've read his work in several different series, most notably Northlanders, and I find that I always walk away from his work hooked on the story but let down by the characters.
Wood is extremely inventive as a writer, which is evident in this volume of his series DMZ, his sense of setting, pacing, and resolution are top notch. The problem? I never really care about his main characters. Friendly Fire is a great case in point. This vo Brian Wood is the kind of writer I find persistently frustrating.
This volume revolves around the most important day of the war to date, Day and the massacre that occurred on it. Again, Woods creation of a world where, with their attention completely preoccupied by foreign wars the US Government is caught off guard when a insurrection, led by primarily elements of various mid-western militia groups, rises up and begins and armed take over of the country. This war grinds to a halt when the elements the militias, roughly working together under the umbrella of the Free States of America, hit Manhattan.
All of this was covered in the previous three volumes and mostly in flash back as the book takes place years after the battle of Manhattan. Day , we learn in this volume, is the critical point in the war where the battle of Manhattan turned into the DMZ that has dominated the story up to this point. How did the Free States and the US Government come to a point where each has agreed that Manhattan is effectively a self governed no-mans-land where no one can enter or leave except under extreme circumstances?
Wood provides a very compelling explanation in this volume and it all revolves around a moment, a much disputed moment, when hundreds of Manhattan peace protesters where killed by US forces. This moment, so outrageous to people on both sides of the conflict, and the world community for that matter, forces the US Government to negotiate a ceasefire with the Free States that evolves into the transformation of Manhattan into the DMZ.
Matty Roth, the accidental journalist embedded in the DMZ who is the main protagonist of series, is asked to write an article on Day on the eve of the verdict in the trial of those involved.