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22gigantes.com - The acclaimed war series from Don Lomax continues in this third volume. This volume collects the whole saga of the "From the Delta to Dak To" in its entirety. The events of this volume include the "Brown Water Warriors" to the "Path of Reeds" plus 'Journal' is exposed to the horrors of Dak To and Hill 875. Vietnam Journal was picked as Entertainment Weekly’s “graphic novel you should own" and recommended by the Military History Book Club, Vietnam Journal is written and drawn by Don Lomax, a Vietnam War veteran and a series not to be missed. Collects issues 9-12.
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Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. "Fast Mover" By Michael P. Lefand "From the Delta to Dak To" published by Transfuzion is another superb issue from creator, writer, and artist Don Lomax. The detail and accuracy of the equipment and weapons drawn in this series is unparalleled for graphic war novels. Volume 3 covers a period from October to November 1967.Book 3 (Volume3) contains four stories; Brown Water Warriors, The Path of Reeds, Dak To, and Hill 875.The "Black and White" format continues to depict the rawness of fighting in Vietnam, from the rice paddies of the Delta to the steaming triple canopy jungles of the Highlands.Lomax's use of journalist, Scott Neithammer known to the men serving in Nam as Journal, allows him to tell stories from the diverse topography that encompassed Vietnam's countryside. Vietnam was a different place for the warriors who served in the south in the Delta region from those who fought in the Highlands and the DMZ up north. In this issue Journal continues to develop as a character, as Korean War veteran turned journalist he witnesses how the war in Vietnam was fought without front lines. The enemy could be anywhere. Weeks after sweeping and clearing an area of VC they would move back in again and the ground would have to be retaken (In 1969 I was in Dak To where another battle was fought).Note about my heading "Fast Mover." A "Fast Mover" was what we ground pounders called F-4's when we needed air cover in a hurry. They came in fast and low and delivered their ordnance, napalm or rockets.This series is excellent and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Vietnam War. It will never replace a non-fiction book or history text on Vietnam. However it does provide a place where sons and daughters, or grandchildren of Vietnam Veterans can get a glimpse of the war where their fathers fought. I give 5 Stars.Michael P. Lefand Sgt, 1st Platoon, A Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Brigade, 4th Infantry Division. 1968 - 1970 Central Highlands, Vietnam. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Nam fan By Mark New My hobby is drawing and I am interest about Nam war. In my country is not enugh iformation about nam war and the comix is realy nice for it. Thanks See all 2 customer reviews...
About the Author Don Lomax has established himself with Vietnam Journal, his project of two decades which continues today. 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. For nearly 40 years he has had comics and cartoons appearing in a score of national magazines on a regular basis including Easyrider, CARtoons, Heavy Metal, Overdrive, Police and Security News, American Towman, and many others. His work in the adult magazine realm is legendary with story illustrations, comics, and cartoons appearing in virtually every “slick”, “girly magazine” imaginable. But he also worked for most of the major comic book imprints including Pacific, Marvel, First, Americomics, Fantagraphics, Eros and others. He said he enjoyed working on American Flagg written by Alan Moore and inking Tom Sutton’s pencils on Sleepwalker from Marvel. A multi-talented creator, Don also did some work on Munden’s Bar which was a regular feature in First Comics’ Grimjack series. Based on his success on Vietnam Journal, he was brought in to write Marvel Comics’ The ‘Nam. Lomax based Vietnam Journal on his experiences on his tour of duty in Vietnam in the mid 1960’s. He utilizes a war correspondent, to chronicle the combat experiences of the soldiers. Each issue spotlights a soldier or event with the narrative flowing to create story arcs. The School Library Journal provides an insightful summary of the series. “Sent to Vietnam to report on the conflict, Scott "Journal" Neithammer expects to do no more than produce another sterilized war report. However, he soon realizes that, "the real story was in the bush with the slime, the stink, the constant fear and frustration." Each episode is a mix of the absurd and horrific as Journal befriends an ever-changing cast of doomed soldiers. As he confronts the death, illogic, and contradiction around him, he becomes as conflicted as the war itself, finally losing his journalistic objectivity in a fit of frustrated rage. The black-and-white artwork is powerful, and Journal's world is a rumpled fusion of realism and caricature. “
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