Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli, “DMZ: on the ground”

Incredible comic about a rookie photographer who crash lands in Manhattan, a demilitarized zone in America’s second civil war.

THE LOWDOWN
Published: 2006, 128 pp.
Obtained via: Library
Date started: 1.30.08
Date finished: 1.30.08
What I liked: I love dystopian fiction, and this drew me in instantly. I love the dorky journalism aspect, but the story’s great, too.
What I didn’t like: The blood and brains make me squeamish, but that’s minor.
What I learned: Great new comic to follow. This is the first collection of five issues of DMZ; two more paperback collections are out now, with two more to follow this year.

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