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Publishers Weekly

Awar comic without heroism, Aaron and Stewart's uneven tale alternates sequences about two teenagers-red-blooded American Bill Everette and patriotic Vietnamese Vo Binh Dai-as they leave their homes and families and move toward the battlefield where each of them hopes to kill the enemy during the Vietnam War. Everette, drafted into a cynical, vulgar-mouthed, vulgar-minded platoon of Marines, desperately wants to survive, while Vo, a Buddhist who's slightly too idealistic to believe, longs to make a meaningful sacrifice for his national cause. The two combatants hallucinate constantly about death and decay; as the conflict enters the evocatively drawn landscape of the siege at Khe Sanh, the tone shifts from lurid grossness to bleak, smothering horror, and its stylized violence is sometimes hard to bear. Both Aaron's script and Stewart's crisp, impressionistic artwork (convincingly evoking the landscapes of the country and jungle, and colored in a palette that's mostly bloody reds and rotting greens) revolve around contrasts and reflections. But the title isn't just a reference to the opposing army: it suggests the way each of its protagonists is transformed, and loses his humanity by the process of being trained to kill. (May)

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School Library Journal

Gr 10 Up
This very graphic graphic novel presents the war in Vietnam from the viewpoint of one soldier on each side. The art, action portrayed, and story are not pretty. The conflict is gritty, bloody, and, indeed, Hell. Each soldier has his loved ones, his reason for fighting, and his fears. One lives (and lives with his memories) and one dies, but neither is better or worse or more righteous than the other. The book comes with a mature-readers warning and contains nudity and graphic violence; however, it offers a moral, realistic view of war and the costs incurred by it.
—Dana Cobern-KullmanCopyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401213503
  • Publisher: DC Comics
  • Publication date: 5/2/2007
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 6.61 (w) x 10.11 (h) x 0.37 (d)

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