No Enemy But Peace #1
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No Enemy But Peace #1

Writer: Richard C. Meyer Artist: Martin Montiel Luna Publisher: Machinegun Bob Productions Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Jan 4, 2009

    Meyer's got the right pedigree when it comes to presenting a real-life vision of war in a desert. The foreword indicates he's a sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps (if I'm reading the abbreviations correctly). As such, he focuses on the grunts and the deadly circumstances they face. There's no context included as to why they're in those circumstances, and I can understand why he might be reluctant to do so. As someone with an interest in politics, though, I felt something was missing as a result. Now, that's more a matter of personal preference, I suppose, than a mistake on Meyer's part, but then again, it's natural for one to be interested in the larger perspective of someone who experiences the real cost and chaos of war. Read Full Review

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