Five stories that portrays war in every facet through a selection of stories set in the thick of the action, from the victorian era to the present.
South Africa, 1879. "How do you stop a crowd of warriors thundering down from the hills like an approaching storm, when you have rifles that jam in an instant, not enough ammunition, and no heavy artillery whatsoever?"
Flanders, 1917. "If you briefly manage to get away from that rotten, muddy world then even a tuft of grass will feel like heaven itself."
The Pacific, 1943. "Half jumping, half stumbling, we run through the water toward the beach, all too aware of how vulnerable we are."
The Ardennes, 1945. "One minute I'm making my rounds from hole to hole, the next minute all the foxholes have vanished and all I can see are shadows and snow."
Vietnam, 1969. "The jungle is like a living creature, a gigantic beast made up of millions of aggravating things. But you don't realize it until you enter that strange world, and then there's no more chance of escape."
Story and Art by GUIDO VROLIX
Paperback: 40 pages (series of 5)
7" x 10" ( 17,78 x 25,4cm )