DMZ Vol. 4: Friendly Fire, by Brian Wood, Riccardo Burchielli, et al.

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Wood and Burchielli’s alternate history of a new U.S. civil war in the near future is generally engaging, though its politics are not necessarily hugely sophisticated. Still, I like them. This examines the pivotal Day 205 massacre through Rashomon-style perspectives. Frustrating story — the massacre itself is gripping, but the fallout somewhat predictable.

Buy DMZ Vol. 4 at Powell’s

Book: 25/52

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