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OPERATION OVERLORD VOL 2 – OMAHA BEACH

WRITTEN BY: BRUNO FALBA

ART BY: DAVIDE FABBRI AND CHRISTIAN DALLA VECCHIA

COLORS BY: DOMENICO NEZITI

TRANSLATION BY: IVANKA HAHNENBERGER

LETTERS BY: GEMMA SHELDRAKE

1944, Beaches of Golden Sands, Normandy. General Rommel gives the last instructions to the members of the Axis forces for the defense of the Norman front. Among them, four young German soldiers. On the other side of the Channel, Robert Capa, a war photographer, Hard Gund, an American naturalized German, and two other G.I. from the Easy Company are briefed on Operation Overlord. In a few days, between the whistling of the bullets and the crunch of mortar explosions, Germans and Americans will experience fear, tears and death. Their blood will dye the sand of the red one that will become the infamous “Omaha Beach”

STORY: This ...

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THE COR! & BUSTER SPECIAL

The greatest characters from Britain’s golden age of humor comics return for a one-shot celebration of daft and zany fun! From the world’s naughtiest baby, Sweeny Toddler to Gums, the most incompetent shark in the seven seas, a whole new generation of readers are about to experience comics’ humor at its finest! Featuring comics top talents including Neil Googe, Ned Hartley, Cavan Scott, Abigail Bulmer, and Tanya Roberts!

The list of Creators on this book is long there are 15 different short stories in this book! I’m not going to break down every story or even list every single name in this book for the sake of brevity. I really had fun with this I’m a huge fan of British humor, and all the British slang was fun to read and do the accent in my mind...

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OPERATION OVERLORD #1

WRITTEN BY: MICHAEL LE GALLI

ART BY: DAVIDE FABBRI

COLORS: DOMENICO NEZITI

TRANSLATOR: IVANKA HAHNENBERGER

LETTERER: GEMMA SHELDRAKE

SYNOPSIS:  On the 5th of June 1944 thousands of men parachuted into Northern France to pave the way for OPERATION OVERLORD, the invasion of France by the Allied forces in the largest amphibian assault ever attempted. The first of four stories telling of the heroism of these men, this issue recounts the fight to take the town of SAINTE-MÉRE-ÉGLISE, a strategic staging point for the men soon to be landing at the section of the French Coast codenamed UTAH Beach.

STORY: I personally am not a huge fan of historical comics. But the way this book is written pulls you in with the character development and makes you want to follow the characters...

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2000 AD #2115

JUDGE DREDD- Written by John Wagner

Art by Colin Macneil

Colours by Chris Blythe

Letters by Annie Parkhouse

BRINK: HIGH SOCIETY – Written by Dan Abnett

Art by Inj Culbard

Letters by Simon Bowland

SKIP TRACER – Written by James Peaty

Art by Paul Marshall

Colours by Quinton Winter

Letters by Ellie de Ville

THARG’S 3RILLERS – Written by Robert Murphy

Art by Steven Austin

Colours by Pippa Mather

Letters by Ellie de Ville

FIENDS OF THE WESTERN FRONT – Written by Ian Edginton

Art by Tiernan Trevallion

Letters by Annie Parkhouse

THE DEAL: 2000 AD is a freaking legend! This compilation magazine is the birthplace of not only great series like Judge Dredd and Zenith, but also writers like Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman...

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Black Max Volume 1

Writer:          Frank Pepper & Ken Mennell

Artist:            Eric Bradbury & Alfonso Font

Publisher:     Rebellion Publishing

Black Max, the villainous German Ace prowling the skies over the western front is unleashing his greatest secret to bring terror to the British pilots as he seeks his revenge. When Lieutenant Tom Wilson encounters Black Max’s massive, monster bat, he barely survives. Black Max learns that the British Lieutenant survived his crash, and now the Black Baron must silence the courageous pilot before he shares the secret with anyone else.

Black Max is a collection of the serialized story from Thunder (later Lion & Thunder) Magazine from 1970 to 1974.

The pulp fiction tale of aerial combat, gunfights, and monsters is a fun throwback adventure...

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