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  • Author:
    Don Lomax
  • ISBN:
    0982654952
  • ISBN13:
    978-0982654958
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    Caliber Comics (October 23, 2010)
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    162 pages
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Vietnam Journal Book Five book.

Vietnam Journal Book Five book. Volume Five - Tet '68 stands alone yet continues the Vietnam Journal saga as creator Don Lomax used a six issue series to spotlight what many have called the turning point of the Vietnam War. Although it was a military victory for the United States For the first time, the saga of the Tet Offensive as portrayed in the Vietnam Journal series is compiled into trade paperback!

by Don Lomax First published October 23rd 2010.

by Don Lomax First published October 23rd 2010. Showing 1-7 of 7. Vietnam Journal Book Five: TET '68 (Paperback). Published October 23rd 2010 by Caliber Comics. Paperback, 164 pages.

Don Lomax's Vietnam Journal has been hailed by Military Book Club, Entertainment Weekly, School Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, and many others for its realistic and thought provoking approach and Lomax's skill in telling true tales of the war that brought such divisiveness t. .

Don Lomax's Vietnam Journal has been hailed by Military Book Club, Entertainment Weekly, School Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, and many others for its realistic and thought provoking approach and Lomax's skill in telling true tales of the war that brought such divisiveness to the American public. 2 people like this topic.

Don Lomax has established himself with Vietnam Journal, his project of two decades which continues today. The Vietnam Journal could easily be referred to as an illustrated novel it's that good. Book 5 is a look at one of the toughest fights during that drawn out conflict. The series is a rarity in comics in that it appeals not only to comic fans but also to those outside the traditional realm of comics. But Don is by no means a one trick pony.

Volume Five - Tet '68 stands alone yet continues the Vietnam Journal saga as creator Don Lomax used a six .

Volume Five - Tet '68 stands alone yet continues the Vietnam Journal saga as creator Don Lomax used a six issue series to spotlight what many have called the turning point of the Vietnam Wa. Don Lomax's Vietnam Journal has been hailed by Military Book Club, Entertainment Weekly, School Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, and many others for its realistic and thought provoking approach and Lomax's skill in telling true tales of the war that brought such divisiveness to the American public against the stereotype of the Vietnam veteran. Leonardo Rifis, peace activist, Comics Journal.

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See why Vietnam Journal was tabbed by Comic Book Resources as 'one of the most gritty and brutally honest war .

See why Vietnam Journal was tabbed by Comic Book Resources as 'one of the most gritty and brutally honest war stores ever published. 36 pg. black and white. Brown Water Warriors!, script and art by Don Lomax; Correspondent Scott 'Journal' Neithammer returns to Vietnam but his expectations of being relegated to a safer areas dissipate as he is dropped in the middle of a fire fight in the Mekong Delta. Charles E. Shelton, USAF article by Don Lomax, with photo.

For the first time, the saga of the Tet Offensive as portrayed in the Vietnam Journal series is compiled into trade paperback! Volume Five - Tet '68 stands alone yet continues the Vietnam Journal saga as creator Don Lomax used a six issue series to spotlight what many have called the turning point of the Vietnam War. Although it was a military victory for the United States, the ramifications of the Tet Offensive drove American public opinion against the war, led to the highest casualty rates of U.S. soldiers, and re-energized the draft. The Tet Offensive was the beginning of the end to the Vietnam War. Don Lomax's Vietnam Journal has been hailed by Military Book Club, Entertainment Weekly, School Library Journal, Publisher's Weekly, and many others for its realistic and thought provoking approach and Lomax's skill in telling true tales of the war that brought such divisiveness to the American public. "…against the stereotype of the Vietnam veteran…vivid…convincingly drawn." - Leonardo Rifis, peace activist, Comics Journal. "Powerful...you must buy this book." - Tony Isabella. "For those of us who were there, it looks like the real thing." - Jim Hastings, Chapel Hill, NC