America at War: The Best of DC War Comics

America at War: The Best of DC War Comics

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America at War: The Best of DC War Comics

Softcover 248 pp

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Collects Military Comics (1941-1945) #1, All-American Comics (1939-1948) #48, Detective Comics #82, Superman (Vol. 1) #25, Our Army at War (1952-1977) #67, 83, 160, 233, and 235, Our Fighting Forces (1954-1978) #49 and 102, Star Spangled War Stories (1952-1977) #87, 134, and 183, GI Combat (1952-1987) #87, Showcase (1956-1978) #57, and Weird War Tales (1971-1983) #3. Edited by Michael Uslan. Cover by Joe Kubert.

An anthology of DC's greatest war stories, covering the 1940s to the 1970s, featuring the Blackhawk's first appearance (Military Comics #1, 1941), plus Enemy Ace, The Unknown Soldier, The Haunted Tank's premiere, and Kubert's 1st work on Sgt. Rock (Our Army At War #83). From Tomahawk to Sgt. Rock, DC Comics has published the finest stories of America at war on land, sea and in the air. Hop Harrigan, Blackhawk, The Unknown Soldier, Enemy Ace, Gunner and Sarge, Mlle. Marie, Captain Hunter, The Boy Commandos by Jack Kirby, Jeb Stuart's Hunted Tank, Captain Storm, Easy Company, Superman by Siegel and Shuster and many more of the very best war comics are collected here (in full color) for the first time. From the Revolutionary War to Vietnam, from wars in the past to wars of the future, the universal theme has remained constant: War Is Hell (even in the comics).

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