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Leaving Proof 318 | War is Hell: Comics and post-Cold War conflicts
Published on Friday, October 7, 2016 by In today's post: A brief digression on post-Cold War conflict, sensationalism, and statistics. Also, a list of recommended war comics and graphic novels situated in post-Cold War conflict settings. (more…)...
Leaving Proof 255 | A <i>Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos</i> retrospective
Published on Saturday, February 21, 2015 by In this edition of Leaving Proof: Join us for our overview of Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos, Marvel's hit Silver Age war comic and a¬†somewhat¬†unconventional platform for the message of diversity and racial harmony. (more…)...
Leaving Proof 148 | The Sequential Art of War: Karl Zinsmeister’s <i>Combat Zone: True Tales of GIs in Iraq</i>
Published on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 by Seven years ago, Marvel Comics published Combat Zone: True Tales of GIs in Iraq, a graphic novel that met with a fair amount of controversy. How has it aged in the years since its release? Join us as we re-visit the book in our second entry in The Sequential Art of War. (more…)...
Leaving Proof 146 | <i>The Red Diary/The RE[a]D Diary</i> Flipbook review
Published on Tuesday, September 4, 2012 by Image Comics' The Red Diary/RE[a]D Diary Flipbook is a bold experiment in graphic storytelling. Read the full review to find out if its execution lives up to its ambition. (more…)...
Leaving Proof 145 | The Sequential Art of War: Joe Kubert’s <i>Dong Xoai, Vietnam 1965</i>
Published on Friday, August 31, 2012 by Today's Leaving Proof installment sees the debut of what I hope will be a regularly recurring sub-feature focusing on military history-oriented comics. The late, great Joe Kubert's Dong Xoai, Vietnam 1965 takes center stage in our inaugural feature on The Sequential Art of War. (more…)...
Leaving Proof 8 | “Sgt. Rock: Between Hell and A Hard Place” GN review
Published on Thursday, October 21, 2010 by [Author's note: The text in this article originally appeared on on 12 August 2010 and may have had its content changed or edited since its initial online publication] Sgt. Rock: Between Hell & A Hard Place (DC Comics/Vertigo, 2003; 144 pages) Writer: Brian Azzarello Pencils, Inks, Colours, Lettering: Joe Kubert Cover ...

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