Army@Love: The Art of War #6
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Army@Love: The Art of War #6

Writer: Rick Veitch Artist: Rick Veitch Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: January 14, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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The mystery of the video from the future is finally solved, and, in the process, the central existential question of the age is answered. But what does that mean for Loman, Switzer, Flabbergast and the newest addition to the ARMY@LOVE cast: a walking, talking Big Finger?

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Bin - Zak Edwards Jan 16, 2009

    Veitchs art is expressive and excessively busy, adding to the general obscurity of the text. His characters emotions are exaggerated as well, which only reinforces the absurdity of the series. Veitch has been drawing the series since its conception and thinking of another artist who could draw the series is impossible. His art reinforces all of his points, the exaggerated characteristics of his cast add to its absurdity. The decal quality of the corporate sponsorships on almost every military vehicle reinforces many of his arguments. In fact, this attention to detail in excess reminds me of Transmetropolitan, where artist Darick Robertson also busied every panel with multiple amounts of media and advertisements to reinforce Warren Ellis commentaries on commercialism and consumerism. Overall, Veitchs own art works with his script. Read Full Review

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