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Easy Company wrestles with the betrayal of one of their own, as each man processes Kobra's secret in his own way. But the company must forge ahead, marching into unknown enemy territory – while an ancient evil lies waiting in a salty haze. Will this be the end for Rock and his men?

Plus: A team of mecha fans turned engineers have built the hardware of their dreams, but will it work out the way it always does in the movies?



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This issue is a bit of a reversal in terms of quality.  So far the mess that is the first half of this book has been a confusing tale with almost no continuity where the soldiers are half portrayed as living in a gritty modern war environment, and half portrayed as living in a fantastical world with super heroes.  Here that reverses a little bit as the squad is on the move in Djibouti after barely escaping in the previous issue.  While some parts of this don't make sense, at least it more or les...

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The Good: Men of War, you still win the New 52 award for the best covers. Each one is an absolutely gorgeous work of art, crafted with such a delicate balance of detail and minimalism. This one adds another layer of intrigue by doing something different with the same formula of the last cover, demonstrating a theme to the covers in the arc, and we realize why they both have overwhelming white. It's not snow, it's the salt. In addition to the cover art, the interiors are always breathtaking. They...

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