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  • Author:
    Riccardo Burchielli,Viktor Kalvachev,Kristian Donaldson,Brian Wood
  • ISBN:
    1401216625
  • ISBN13:
    978-1401216627
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  • Publisher:
    Vertigo; First Printing edition (March 5, 2008)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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    Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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DMZ Vol. 4: Friendly Fire has been added to your Cart. Multiple Eisner Award nominee Brian Wood released his first graphic novel, Channel Zero, to considerable critical acclaim, and over the last fifteen years has created hard-hitting and socially-relevant original series such as DMZ, Northlanders, The Couriers, and The Massive. He's also written for some of the biggest titles in pop culture, with work on Star Wars, Conan The Barbarian, Lord of the Rings and X-Men. He lives with his family in Brooklyn. Riccardo Burchielli made his debut in the world of comics in 2003 on the monthly series John Doe.

Kristian Donaldson's issue is just disruptive, and going back Burchielli solo is a little bland, after seeing his work with Fo. .

America's worst nightmare has come true  . I've read his work in several different series, most notably Northlanders, and I find that I always walk away from his work hooked on the story but let down by the characters. Kristian Donaldson's issue is just disruptive, and going back Burchielli solo is a little bland, after seeing his work with Fo.

Dmz vol. 4: friendly fire. Inker Nathan Fox, Brian Wood, Kristian Donaldson, Viktor Kalvachev, Riccardo Burchielli. Introduction John Gordon Ford. Penciller Brian Wood, Kristian Donaldson, Viktor Kalvachev, Riccardo Burchielli, Nathan Fox. Written by: Brian Wood.

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by Brian Wood · Riccardo Burchielli · Kristian Donaldson. DMZ, Vol. 4: Friendly Fire

by Brian Wood · Riccardo Burchielli · Kristian Donaldson. America's worst nightmare has come true. Having neglected the threat of anti-establishment militias, the . government is in danger of losing control. by Brian Wood · Riccardo Burchielli · Nathan Fox · Kristian Donaldson.

What follows is a look at how the DMZ came to be, from the perspective of a kid who came from the Midwest and walked right into a nightmare. Download Dmz TP Vol 04 Friendly Fire – Viktor KalvachevNathan FoxRiccardo BurchielliKristian DonaldsonBrian Wood PDF ebook. Download Dmz TP Vol 04 Friendly Fire – Viktor KalvachevNathan FoxRiccardo BurchielliKristian DonaldsonBrian Wood EPUB ebook. 2018-01-10T03:21:55+00:00By Download ebookCategories: Graphic Novels, Anime & MangaTags: Brian Wood, Kristian Donaldson, Nathan Fox, Riccardo Burchielli, Viktor Kalvachev.

Written by Brian Wood Cover by Wood Art by Riccardo Burchielli, Vikto Kalvachev and Nathan Fox Collecting issues of the acclaimed series by Brian Wood! Matty Roth reluctantly lands an interview for Liberty News with an enlisted . solider who's found guilty of a massacre within the DMZ. What follows is a look at how the DMZ came to be, from the perspective of a kid who came from the Midwest and walked right into a nightmare.

DMZ created by Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli

DMZ created by Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli. Collecting issues of the acclaimed series by Brian Wood! Matty Roth reluctantly lands an interview for Liberty News with an enlisted . Riccardo Burchielli's art is as bad as it usually is. There is a section drawn by Kristian Donaldson, who is not particularly good but at least doesn't sexualize every female in every scene, nor does zie rely upon gratuitous amounts of bodily fluids and harm.

Riccardo Burchielli; Nathan Fox; Viktor Kalvachev. 5. Friendly Fire 5 of 5 DMZ. This issue was most recently modified by

Riccardo Burchielli; Nathan Fox; Viktor Kalvachev. Riccardo Burchielli; Nathan Fox; Viktor Kalvachev. This issue was most recently modified by: Ramon Schenk.

Collecting issues #18-22 of the acclaimed series by Brian Wood! Matty Roth reluctantly lands an interview for Liberty News with an enlisted U.S. solider who's found guilty of a massacre within the DMZ. What follows is a look at how the DMZ came to be, from the perspective of a kid who came from the Midwest and walked right into a nightmare.

Small Black
Absolutely incredible addition to the series. Woods' writing has gone to a new level and per usual the artwork is tight, gritty and immersing. To use a cliche, DMZ continues to pull no punches: War Is Hell. It's hard to find any work that has more wholly walked so satisfyingly away from sentimentality, even when it comes to the horrors of war.

Who is innocent? Is anyone? Who doesn't have blood on their hands, just, unjust, in between? The confusion and complexities of war, especially a civil one involving the violent American spirit haven't been portrayed this accurately anywhere else.

This is the kind of work that shows that any medium, from film to graphic novel, is capable of a powerful message and a story that needs to be told.

Highly recommended to everyone. Especially Americans.
lacki
Great story arrived on time and as described
shustrik
Loved it
Goll
The continuing story of Matty Roth and others in in the DMZ in another great volume covering some the earlier events in the DMZ.
Iarim
I'm not a great reviewist (this is a word now btw) by any means. I just recently got into graphic novels and the first one I bought was Channel Zero and heard this series by Brian Wood was great. I agree, they are amazing. The way he writes the stories from the perspective of Roth just really brings you in and you can't put it down. To see a world torn apart, a world that COULD exist is nerve wrecking but intriguing to see how people cope with it.

Then I get to this volume. I don't review things often if at all, especially books because how can an opinion on a story justify someone to buy it. When I started this I had no idea what I was getting into. This volume can be read by anyone at any time. Brian Wood outdid himself. The trials of the mass murder of the civilians finally comes to light. There's trials, interviews, and a heartfelt tragedy at the end. By the time you finish reading it, you realize...this is humanity and what we've become. This is what people are like even to the second that I am writing this.

I don't want to say much more and give away the story, but you basically see how the original massacre happened, and the events during it. I felt like I was an invisible entity on the sidelines of the DMZ, watching Roth do his interviews, running for his life and trying to bring light to such a tragedy.

Brian Wood, is my hero.
Quynaus
This is possibly the best comic book graphic novel I've ever read- up there with the best volumes that Sandman, Y The Last Man, Criminal Macabre, etc. has to offer. The artwork is maybe A- grade in quality at first glance, but if you slow down to truly appreciate it, you'll notice subtlety and nuance in the way people are depicted that deeply humanizes them (or dehumanizes them, in some cases). Some of the art panels complement this author's message absolutely perfectly.

The writing is philosophical, provocative, funny, at times gutwrenching, and this book is really a masterpiece of this medium. A story of a possible future for this country is depicted so believably and realistically it's almost like this is happening, and the reader gets sucked in to the point it seemed like I was reading something happening right now somewhere else in this country. I DO recommend trying to read this series in sequence though (there's 12 volumes) if you pick up this book first, you won't really know where the protagonist, Matty Roth, is coming from... This book here is the peak of comic book excellence.
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The main chunk of this volume is alright. Is centers more on specific people's recollection on one bloody incident, which reflects Vol. 1's main appeal. Unfortunately, it all ends with a Deus Ex Machina of the military type, out of our protagonist's hands. This plot device might be attractive to some, but for those that want an ending that doesn't seem forced or cheap, this is not for you.

the real gem is the final issue in the volume; a solitary tale that stand up higher and more solid than the rest of the issue. It works really well with the addition of a new artist to breath life into these fastly-staleing charaters and story.

Borrow from a friend; do not buy.
I can't really say that this book is getting better and better, because Volume 2 (Body of a Journalist) was probably better... but man, this is good stuff! It's a fast read, extremely relevant, fairly stand-alone, and one of the few books I'm recommending whole-heartedly lately.