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    Men of War #5

    Men of War » Men of War #5 - Prisoners of War; Knife Fight! released by DC Comics on March 2012.

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    Even beaten and captured, Joe Rock's resolve is enough to attract the attention of an ageless military general. But will it be enough to help him escape a battalion of battle-hardened ghouls and save his men? Plus: She fights with skilled perfection, he with ferocious energy. Which will be the last blade standing – or are both of these knife-wielding spies doomed?

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    War Is Forever 0

    My least favorite cover on this series and it still manages to be fantastic. It carries on the cover theme this arc has utilized, and then twists it in a whole different direction.Last issue was a little light on the supernatural, but this issue brings it back with gusto. This issue is also lighter on the combat, but still works in theme of war very heavily. It mixes modern warfare and war history in a seamless blend of storytelling. The plot is more and more obviously becoming superfluous, when...

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    Keep it slow and keep it simple 0

    Another issue and the lack of continuity continues.  I understand easily enough the story here, I just don't fully understand what is the point of anything in this series.  Going back to the first issue, there is little that remains of those stories here, or for that matter even going back to the last issue very little remains.  For a series named after war, it has had in fact very little.  Not that this concerns me very much, but nonetheless the presence of the soldiers in something more akin t...

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