The Call of Duty, Volume 1: The Brotherhood

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In this gripping reality-based series, a Brooklyn-stationed NYFD lieutenant must face an unprecedented danger. Breathtaking graphics and an unforgettable story line.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785109716
  • Publisher: Marvel
  • Publication date: 12/25/2002
  • Series: Call of Duty Series
  • Edition description: Graphic Novel
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.66 (w) x 10.18 (h) x 0.42 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2005

    A very good cross between a televison drama and a comic book

    this comic book is great. it tells the tail of a borooklyn fire house and it also tells the tail of a paramedic. this verson is much easier to read from when it was in regular comic books. you would pick up the second issue of the brotherhood and you would think that the story goes on in the brotherhood part 3, but they have you go to the wagon part 1. you don't have to do that here. each issue is marked by a chapter. a chapter is the length of one of the origional comic books. and you can tell when it switches over between the brotherhood and the wagon. you can tell by the way the story is told. and by the pictures. the brotherhood has very realistic pictures and the wagon's pictures look like colored in sketches. the reason why it is two stories rolled into one and why they had you switch between the wagon and the brotherhood searies when they were comic books is because the same story is told from two different points of view and it continues from one searies to the other. if something happend in the wagon it would continue into the brotherhood and vise versa. picke up this book if you can get a hold of it. this was made to honor the heros of 9/11 the firefighters the paramedics and the policemen. there is also a call of duty volume 2 that has all of the issues of the precent rolled together in one book. that story stands alone while the brotherhood and the wagon interlock they wrote this to honor the heros of 9/11 and they made real charcters and they start out with real life situation and go on to a more but really great super hero storyline with these great charcters. the great thing about them is that they could be any average Joe working in the paramedic, fire or police department. if you are a fan of televison dramas that focus on theses things and you are also a fan of comic books then this is the one for you

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2003

    SWEET!

    This is the best graphic novel that i have read, the drawings and story line are awsome i reccomend this book to comic lovers and any on that wants a action packed story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2003

    If you can read a comic strip, READ THIS BOOK!

    I will go as far to say: Best Comic so far this Millennium! It's got everything you can want in a good book. It has to hit a nerve in anyone that's American, Especially fans of Comic books. I reccomend it for anyone that can read a comic strip.

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