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DMZ, Vol. 5 by Brian Wood
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Sep 25, 2008

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This has been the only disappointment so far in the series as these issues are really no more than fluff and filler. Some of it is good. For instance, Decade Later was a moving story arc, and it was also interesting to watch the rise of the Chinatown faction in Wilson's War. However, the Am ina story was weak, and the story about the Japanese DJ mixed in with Trustwell conspiracy seemed thrown together and rushed. Also, the death of a key player in such a trivial manner was also kind of off. It hasn't soured me on the series as a whole, but I felt that it could have gone better.

Still, some DMZ is better than NO DMZ.

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