The Greek War for Independence was a conflict that quietly influenced the entire world. Participants ranged from the London Stock Exchange to celebrities such as Lord Byron, as well as average impassioned Americans willing to transport themselves across the Atlantic to fight alongside the Greeks. This conflict was the pinnacle of what we now know as the Romantic Period and yet, it’s a war that few know ever existed outside of the Greek and Turkish cultures; a war that stimulated the fall of the Ottoman Empire and shaped what we now know as the Western World, and in a sense is being fought today under a different heading amongst the political leaders of the Eastern and Western worlds.
Picking up from where the ORIGINAL G.I. JOE: A REAL AMERICAN HERO comic book ended, Real American Hero is a core fan's dream come true! Larry Hama continues his classic G.I. JOE run right here, and RELAUNCHES THE ORIGINAL SERIES!
A WAR IS A DIFFICULT THING TO KILL The Second World War is almost over, but no one seems to have told the Germans — as Royal Air Force pilot Jamie McKenzie finds out when he’s assigned to deadly shipping strikes along the enemy coast. Flying the Mosquito fighter-bomber against heavily armed targets is dangerous enough at the best of times, but after incurring the wrath of his vengeful commanding officer, Jamie is assigned the most unpopular navigator in the unit — not to mention the least reliable aircraft. Worse still, the commander’s sights are firmly set on Jamie’s beautiful young wife, Beth.
Year 1108 in the official calendar of the Pajan Empire. This turbulent age, often called the Asagiri Era, or the Time of Mists, saw the great clans wage decades-long wars in attempts to seize power.
It is the Winter of 1109 in the official calendar of the Pajan Empire. Okko and his faithful companions - the mysterious masked Noburo, Noshin the monk, and young Tikku - arrive at the City of the Blasting Powder. While seeking a guide to help them cross the perilous chain of the seven monasteries, they meet a skillful warrior, Mow of the Wind!
Army veterans Sully and Ethan go on a Christmas road trip to free an innocent man blamed for a mercenary job they did. Turns out nobody’s interested in the truth, but they get very interested in making sure Sully and Ethan don’t live to see the New Year.
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Motofumi Kobayashi's renowned war manga, filled with painstaking detail, returns to the printed page, but at full comic size for the first time ever! In this semi-fictionalized rendition of the Vietnam War, Sergeants Perky, Rats and Botasky comprise the special forces unit named Cat Shit One, risking their lives daily in recon patrol, jungle ambushes, tactical assaults, rescue operations and more. These soldiers may look soft, but their combat tales hit hard!
1917. Nivelle "The Butcher" commands the French Army, and the attacks he keeps ordering are pointless slaughters. The soldiers can't take it anymore. Discontent is turning into rebellion, and a petition begins to circulate in secret. When it makes its way to the men of Sergeant Sabiane, they see an opportunity, and what started as a simple cry of defiance becomes a full-blown mutiny when a handful of them decide to take the petition to Paris...
A terrorist attack at the border of California unleashes a devastating zombie plague across the state. One of the survivors is troubled former U.S.M.C. veteran Regina Ragowski. Trapped in the small town of Paso Robles, she seeks the keys to her survival: food, shelter, and most importantly.... PANTS!
Vietnam, 1968: Behind enemy lines, a soldier stands alone. A one-man army armored against the risen, hungry dead under burlap, bamboo and Army green. Armored against the living with a Bowie knife and a mobile arsenal. If you got left behind he'll find you. If you're the enemy you'll never see him coming. If you're a zombie he'll kill you again. Sometimes, to slay monsters you have to become one yourself. Jungle Jim is a stand-alone one-shot comic story set in the grim world of '68. Meshing smoothly with the ongoing military horror series, Jungle Jim is a savage new slant on the Vietnam/Zombie apocalypse scripted by MARK KIDWELL with stunning artwork by NATE VAN DYKE and JAY FOTOS.
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The warriors of the Great War tormented by the Martians of H.G. Wells; an astonishing and innovative alternative history.Summer 1916. The second wave of Martian machines has invaded eastern France and Germany, and begins their assault on humanity and the people of Paris. But Professor Challenger comes back from the site of the Tunguska incident with a strange alien device. What can a single weapon, wielded by one man, do against hundreds of mechanical monsters, up to 30 meters high, armed with a ray of death?
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In the summer of 1946, the Japanese have been beaten but World War II continues in Europe after the Normandy landings failed on June 6th, 1944.Completely revolutionary jet planes, the Wunderwaffen, or Wonder Weapons, now efficiently defend Germany. Major Walter Murnau, a man of honor and talented Wunderwaffen pilot, finds himself decorated by Adolf Hitler. Nicknamed The Devil's Pilot, he becomes the icon of something he despises. But even for him, Hell is not that far away, as he's facing enemies from outside and from inside his own country...
From Max Brooks, New York Times bestselling author of WORLD WAR Z and masterful artists Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso comes the next generation of G.I. JOE and COBRA. 'I'm a natural tracker, and it's got NOTHING to do with my heritage. For me tracking's not a gift, it's a curse.'-SPIRIT 'Some fight for God, some fight for country. I fight for cash, and don't you DARE judge me until you know why.' -MAJOR BLUDD
Featuring issues 1-3 of the Night Witches series, along with a complete cover gallery featuring the art of John Cassaday and Garry (Dan Dare) Leach, along with a special look at the making of the series with artist Russ Braun!
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First issue of the epic and incredible telling of the early days of the United States during the Second World War. Days of Darkness covers the darkest days of World War II for the US, when the country went from the tragedy of Pearl Harbor to the triumph at Midway. Covered in detail is the attack of the US Naval base and the devastation of the fleet at Hawaii, then the action moves to the evacuation and fall of the Philippines to the horror of the Death March of Bataan, and finally to the dramatic Battle of Midway which stopped the Japanese juggernaut in the Pacific. Creator Wayne Vansant, best known for his exacting detail on Marvel''s long running popular series, The 'Nam, chronicles the participation of the Cahill family during these events as their lives are irrevocably changed forever as their world is plunged into war. "Heavy on authenticity, compellingly written and beautifully drawn."- Comics Buyers Guide.
Wayne Vansant's critically acclaimed World War II comic series that began with Days of Darkness now depicts the gripping war in the Pacific at Guadalcanal and the Battle of Bloody Ridge in the issue collected graphic novel Days of Wrath. When the U.S. Navy orders its ships to run from the Japanese fleet, they abandon American troops on a bloody battered island in the South Pacific. This is the powerful story of the long, vicious battle for Guadalcanal. As the men left on Guadalcanal find out that there will be no prisoners taken on either side. It is a kill or be killed battleground as the stranded U.S. marines fight against overwhelming odds and hope for reinforcements before it’s too late. As the events unfold, a Marine unit is deployed onto a small grassy hill to hold off the onslaught of Japanese assault troops. The three day-three night battle that ensues will go down in history as the Battle of Bloody Ridge.
Years after they were thought defeated and their leader Headman permanently removed, the scourge of the evil Headhunters have returned! Led by Former Henchman Gristle, they now work for Cobra Commander, reigning down terror in cities across the world!