Men of War #8

    Men of War » Men of War #8 - Frankenstein and G.I. Robot! released by DC Comics on June 2012.

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    Frankenstein guest-stars! Frank walks through a rain of bombs over 1941 London before being dragged to the depths of the Pacific Ocean and onto the shores of Japan! Will he make it there in one piece so he can team up with G.I. Robot to defeat an Axis weapon that threatens to turn the tide of the war? Frankenstein's success will hinge on the help of a four-armed super-spy assassin working in the shadows. It's espionage and monster mayhem straight out of the pages of FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E. in this weird tale of World War II!



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    Going Out With a Bellow of Glory 0

    While this is definitely the least abstract cover on the series, it still easily holds a candle to the rest. This cover shows you how easy it can be to turn a simple image into a compelling one; as long as you have a good concept in mind. The sepia tone and the blood lines turn what could be a simple picture of Frankenstein front and center, into something old, faded, and tainted. It just 'feels' like it came from a time since passed. Plus its awesome.And that can pretty much summarize my feelin...

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    Known knowns and Creatures of the Unknown 0

    As Men of War draws to a close of its title it leaves us with a weird but satisfying taste in our mouths. We see how the events of history have unfolded due to the helping hand of the S.H.A.D.E organization with Father Time, Frankenstein and his bride at the helm. It's always fun to think of what really happened in the past and how it affects the characters of today. Frankenstein is still as zealot and righteous as ever, although seeing him in a fighter plane with a vintage poster girl of his wi...

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