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The acclaimed Vietnam Journal comic book series from Don Lomax, nominated for a Harvey Award, is collected and presented as a series of graphic novels. Vietnam Journal is a look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of a war journalist, Scott ''Journal'' Neithammer, as he chronicles the lives and events of soldiers on the front line during the Vietnam War. Creator Don Lomax based Vietnam Journal on his experiences on his tour of duty in Vietnam in the mid 1960''s. In BOOK SIX, 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 from North Vietnamese troops for over two months as the First Air Cavalry struggles to arrive on the scene to reinforce the exhausted Marines. The siege is ultimately broken as North Vietnamese troops withdraw with heavy American reinforcements on the way. But the aftermath signals a shift in U.S. policy and the Khe Sanh base is closed and dismantled. And in a surprise move to the American troops, President Johnson announces a restriction in bombing of North Vietnam. Aside from the Khe Sanh series, Book Six also includes two short stories titled "Special Ops: Phoenix" and "Zippo Raid".
The acclaimed Vietnam Journal comic book series from Don Lomax, nominated for a Harvey Award, is collected and presented as a series of graphic novels. Vietnam Journal is a look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of a war journalist, Scott ''Journal'' Neithammer, as he chronicles the lives and events of soldiers on the front line during the Vietnam War. In BOOK FIVE, the story of the Tet Offensive is chronicled by ''Journal''. It is the biggest push the Viet Cong launched during the Vietnam War and one that almost brought them immediate victory. The American command realizes that the latest assault by the VS is a massive one as multiple targets are all hit at once. This escalates the war to an entirely new level. And with the Tet Offensive in full force, ''Journal'' finds the civilian population are more than just tools in the war. As he, along with most of the other press covering the war, realize that although America is winning the battles, they were losing the war. And it is obvious that the Viet Cong would do anything to succeed....anything. And with U.S. troops making their push to Khe Sanh, ''Journal'' gets a taste of the politics that have taken over the American involvement in the war as it cements the insanity of the entire Vietnam conflict. And lastly with news of the My Lai Massacre overwhelming the media and press, ''Journal'' begins to understand that the tactics of the Viet Cong cannot be used by the Americans. And this puts the war on unequal footing and the only victory possible is a moral one. ∩╗┐Collects the entire Vietnam Journal Tet ''68 series (issues 1-6).
From the collected pages of Police and Security News comes the true life stories of officers of the law who risked their lives in the line of duty and went above and beyond to protect the innocent.
The acclaimed Vietnam Journal series from Don Lomax, nominated for a Harvey Award, is collected and presented as a series of graphic novels. Vietnam Journal is a look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of a war journalist, Scott 'Journal' Neithammer, as he chronicles the lives and events of soldiers on the front line during the Vietnam War. Collects comic book issues 5-8. In BOOK TWO, 'Journal' must test his resolve in order to help others survive as he cannot sit ideally while events unfold around him. He finds himself in the infamous Iron Triangle with his troop company as they come across a village hamlet that was supposed to be evacuated but it wasn't. 'Journal' and a fellow medical patient rush to save some kids in the village that is about to be overrun by Vietcong. What they hadn't counted on was some G.I.s out for revenge against the Vietnamese...any Vietnamese. And having barely survived that encounter, an injured 'Journal' is sent back to the United States to recover and he discovers another type of war going on there as he sees firsthand the protests at home. Plus in a bonus short story, 'Journal' remembers his younger days covering the war in Korea a decade earlier.
Scott "Journal" Niethammer returns to report on the seemingly endless conflict and this time he heads into Cambodia as the incursion of that country is well underway by United States and South Vietnamese military forces. He is accompanied by a slightly erratic photographer with the unhealthy attitude that he is impervious to enemy fire when behind the camera's lens. While in Cambodia they meet a pistol packing, single-minded Nun and dozens of ethnic Vietnamese orphans who have been delivered a death sentence by Cambodia's new acting Prime Minister, Lon Nol. With Journal's help they make a desperate race for the border and salvation. Now wanted by the Judge Advocate General's office for questioning, Journal retreats back into Cambodia hoping the farce will all blow over. But he meets a female reporter as much an outcast from the mainstream media as he. Their similarities create a bond until the war finds a way to force the heavy hand of horror into their fledgling relationship. And lastly, racism and drugs rear their ugly heads as rear echelon United States troops are moved forward in a support capacity for the line troops. Their real world prejudices and minimal training threaten to rot the core of the effort from the inside out. And the ever present enemy awaits any opportunity to hand the Americans a sound defeat should there be a misstep in their favor. Collects Vietnam Journal Series Two comic book issues 6-10.
Don Lomax's critically acclaimed Vietnam Journal is back with all new tales of Scott ‘Journal’ Neithammer as he reports on the heartache and headache, and the young soldiers on both sides of the Vietnam War. This volume takes ‘Journal’ from late 1969, the Monsoon season, to May of 1970, and the beginning of the Cambodian incursion. As the war officially spreads into that neighboring country and tests the South Vietnamese Military on their capabilities of sustaining the war against the North Vietnamese Communists on their own. Along the way ‘Journal’ finds himself caught in the crosshairs of a juvenile sniper, and a private war for his own sanity as he is forced to fight a plague of rats at a forward firebase. And from a bitter sweet tryst in a back street bar in Saigon, to rolling into Cambodia with an untrustworthy cameraman new to his craft...the action never stops and questions about Neithammer’s career choice continually lay just below the surface.Collects issues 1-5 of Vietnam Journal Series Two.
The acclaimed comic book war series from Don Lomax, nominated for a Harvey Award, is now presented as a series of graphic novel volume collections. Vietnam Journal is a look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of a war journalist Scott Neithammer, a freelance reporter the troops have nicknamed "Journal". As an embedded reporter, Neithammer has a single minded focus and obsession to report the controversial war from the "grunt's" point of view and to hell with the consequences. It chronicles the lives and events of soldiers on the front line during the Vietnam War. Book One collects issues 1-4.
From HARVEY AWARD nominee and award winning writer and artist Don Lomax. Based on the true story of an American spy in Vietnam as told to Don Lomax by agent Robert Durand who chronicles the tale. Durand was a member of a black-ops team, code-named "Shining Brass." This graphic novel depicts the horrific atrocities witnessed and performed by the once naive special forces member as he attempts to perform his duties and understand the true meaning behind the madness. Durand’s group was under the command of a combined force, comprised of every branch of the services, and headed up by the ever-popular Central Intelligence Committee. This book is a journey into a shadow world of treachery and deceit—and reveals the way lives of Americans were traded about carelessly during the war in Vietnam. Collects the complete High Shining Brass comic book series issues 1-4.
Years before he brought his personal war to the mean streets of the Marvel Universe, Marine Sgt. Frank Castle fought in Vietnam - and the man he would become took shape in those killing fields! Revisit the horrors of ''Nam along with Frank as he battles alongside his comrade-in-arms Mike ''Ice'' Phillips and faces down a deadly jungle sniper! and see Sgt. Castle''s final tour of duty, as he fi ghts alone to rescue a crew of downed airmen from a sadistic vivisectionist! Plus, years later, ''Ice'' comes to the aid of his fellow veteran - but can the two of them take down the paramilitary group the Sons of Liberty and a Central American drug kingpin? Collecting: The ''Nam 52-53, 67-69; Punisher Invades The ''Nam: Final Invasion 1; Punisher War Journal (1988) 52-53; Punisher War Zone (1992) 26-30