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Showcase Presents: Sgt. Rock Vol. 3 (Showcase Presents: Sgt. Rock #3)

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Over 500 pages of classic adventures are included in this value-priced volume!

War is hell -- and no one knows that better than Sgt. Rock and the fighting men of Easy Company. These classic tales of World War II take readers deep behind enemy lines, where Easy Company never has it easy -- because battle can break out at any moment.

These hard-hitting tales star the man t
Paperback, 496 pages
Published August 3rd 2010 by DC Comics
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Sgt. Rock is starting to show some signs of pseudo-continuity in this volume, meaning he can actually remember some past adventures and take on the ideas from a new angle. The adventure in question comes when Rock, defending the oldest man in Easy Company who was just killed by a sniper while admiring a photo of his wife and children, shoots back and kills the sniper only to find a kid in a Nazi uniform, leaving Rock devestated. Not devestated enough to get the dead American's nickname right (he ...more
Theophilus (Theo)
A trip down memory lane for me. This took me back to when DC Comics were comic books, not graphic novels. I remember collecting empty soda bottles to get the 2 cent return value and make enough money on a Saturday morning get the 12 cent price of a comic book and buy several for an afternoon of quiet entertainment. Rereading Sgt Rock was at first exciting as the old feeling of imagining myself battling the enemies of America and overcoming all odds to win. The further I went into this collection ...more
Artur Coelho
Começo a admirar Robert Kanigher, argumentista da época dourada dos comics que escreveu para os títulos de terror da DC, e se especializou nos comics de guerra Enemy Ace e Sgt. Rock. Em Sgt. Rock encontramos algo que vai para além da história masculina de aventura em combate. Kanigher deu aos personagens uma forte componente humana. A Easy Company, liderada pelo sargento, pode hoje ser descrita como multicultural. A principal preocupação dos militares, além de cumprir as ordens que lhes são dada ...more
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One of the most prolific writers in comics, particularly in the Silver Age. He took over scripting duties on Wonder Woman after William Moulton Marston's death, and handled the character's transition from the Golden to the Silver Age. He also created Barry Allen, the second Flash, for editor Julius Schwartz's superhero revival of 1956, as well as writing and editing DC's pioneering war titles.
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