Six Days: The Incredible Story of D-Days Lost Chapter #1
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Six Days: The Incredible Story of D-Days Lost Chapter #1

Writer: Robert Venditti, Kevin Maurer Artist: Andrea Mutti Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: May 8, 2019 Cover Price: $24.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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June 1944. World War II. D-Day. One hundred eighty two members of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division parachute into the French countryside-a full 18 miles southeast of their intended target. This original graphic novel from DC Vertigo is the true story of an obscure World War II battle that took place in the small village of Graignes, France, for six days and the men who survived to tell the tale.
In the worst misdrop of the D-Day campaign, a group of soldiers are rattled to the core to find themselves even deeper behind enemy lines than anyone had intended. Miraculously, the citizens of Graignes vote to feed and shelter the soldiers, knowin more

  • 10
    Comic Watch - Cody White May 4, 2019

    Six Daysbrings a harrowing tale of the horrors of war and the power of the human spirit in this wonderfully constructed original graphic novel from Vertigo. Read Full Review

  • 10
    AIPT - Chris Showalter May 8, 2019

    Venditti, Maurer and Mutti tell a story that not only resonates with readers but also pays tribute to those who have served our country. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - Craig Neilson-Adams May 8, 2019

    A powerful and oft-overlooked chapter in one of the most historic campaigns in modern warfare. By turns uplifting, heroic and tragic, the story of The Battle of Graignes is one that deserves to be told, and in the hands of these respectful and passionate creators, DC Vertigo have done a truly impressive job of bringing it to life here. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Alex McDonald May 14, 2019

    VerdictRobert Venditti, Kevin Maurer, Lee Loughridge, Andrea Mutti and Clayton Cowles have together created something wonderful. What began as inspiration from a war letter has developed into one of the most deeply personal war stories ever told and definitely one of the best in the graphic fiction field. This is a book worth reading and all those involved in its creation deserve praise. Read Full Review

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