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In "Coastal Pink and Almond Eyes", 'Journal' gets a chance to see the new Cobra copters up close. He learns of their firepower and also chronicles the struggles of American Prisoners of War held by the Viet Cong. "Powerful...a must buy..." - Tony Isabella.
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"MIA" An American soldier, after brutal imprisonment by the Viet Cong, recounts his tale and 'Journal' finally understands how resilient the American soldier can be even at such a young age.
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A mini-series set during the Vietnam Journal saga that centers on the Battle at Khe Sanh. "The Massacre of B Company" War correspondent Scott 'Journal' Neithammer arrives in Khe Sanh at the beginning of the bloody siege. American troops are completely isolated and under constant bombardment for over two months before North Vietnamese troops withdraw with heavy American reinforcements on the way and the siege would ultimately be broken. See why Max Brooks (World War Z) said Vietnam Journal was one of the 7 Best War Comics ever produced.
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"The Last Patrol" Although the massive American base at Khe Sanh was under constant attack from all sides, there were skirmishes and individual battles that were smaller and became more personal as war correspondent 'Journal' discovers while on patrol with a group of US Marines.
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"77 Days in Hell!" The First Air Cavalry finally manages to arrive to reinforce the exhausted Marines at Khe Sanh. 'Journal' discovers that the number of reporters covering the Vietnam War is growing, perhaps because the media is sensing that it might soon be over.
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The conclusion to Bloodbath at Khe Sanh saga. "Sorry Charlie" Khe Sanh is protected and defended by US Marines but with terrible costs. The aftermath signifies a shift in US policy and the base is closed and dismantled. And in a surprise move to the American troops, President Johnson announces a restriction in bombing of North Vietnam.
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After 'Vietnam Journal' concluded its successful initial comic book run the series continued as a featured one-page monthly serial in Gallery Magazine and each page ran in FULL COLOR. Here for the first time is the story of Hamburger Hill collected and presented in its original full color format. From acclaimed writer/artist Don Lomax who served during the Vietnam War and put to paper his experiences. Telling the story through the eyes of a fictional character, that of embedded war reporter Scott 'Journal' Neithammer. Part 1 of 2.
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After 'Vietnam Journal' concluded its initial comic run the series continued as a featured one-page monthly serial in Gallery Magazine and each page ran in FULL COLOR. This is the first time the Hamburger Hill is restored and presented in its original full color format. From acclaimed writer/artist Don Lomax who served during the Vietnam War and put to paper his experiences. Telling the story through the eyes of a fictional character, that of embedded war reporter Scott 'Journal' Neithammer. This is the concluding collected issue of the events that took place during the battle of Hamburger Hill. Part 2 of 2.
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In this one shot special issue from the files of the critically acclaimed 'Vietnam Journel' series, Special Ops: Phoenix, creator Don Lomax has embedded war reporter Scott 'Journal' Neithammer recount the tale of a special American Seal unit infiltrating into North Vietnam and of a special accompanying group of Vietnamese women who end up proving it was not just a man?s world or war.
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The War of the Worlds is a timeless science fiction novel by H.G. Wells. Taking place in London, it covers the fears, escape plans and struggles for reunion of families amidst an invasion from Mars. An inspiration to artists of every sort from radio to literature to film.
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