To End All Wars: The Graphic Anthology of the First World War (2020)

To End All Wars The Graphic Anthology of the First World War An omnibus of short graphic narratives based on actual events characters circumstances incidents myths or consequences of the Great War Featuring the four theatres of war land sea air and the
  • Title: To End All Wars: The Graphic Anthology of the First World War
  • Author: Jonathan Clode John Clark Andy Luke Ian C. Douglas Sean Fahey Matt Soffe Steve Earles Johnny McMonagle
  • ISBN: 9781908030139
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • To End All Wars: The Graphic Anthology of the First World War
    An omnibus of 27 short graphic narratives based on actual events, characters, circumstances, incidents, myths or consequences of the Great War Featuring the four theatres of war land, sea, air and the home front , spanning four continents and drawn from both sides of the conflict, our stories range from four to sixteen pages long, each by a different author and or illustAn omnibus of 27 short graphic narratives based on actual events, characters, circumstances, incidents, myths or consequences of the Great War Featuring the four theatres of war land, sea, air and the home front , spanning four continents and drawn from both sides of the conflict, our stories range from four to sixteen pages long, each by a different author and or illustrator from the world of independent comics 2.00 from each sale will go to Medecins Sans Frontieres The beauty of the To End All Wars project is the range of themes it covers, away from the usual focus on the Western Front.
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    One Reply to “To End All Wars: The Graphic Anthology of the First World War”

    1. This collection pulls together a variety of stories, both fiction and non fiction, all set during the Great War showing different views, events, experiences and tragedies in stark black, white and grey illustrations that seem to really capture the mood of each The styles vary greatly but each one is connected to the other as the War affects them all An insightful and compelling collection.

    2. An excellent book that I am glad to be included in Please check it out, folks A key issue we need to consider is the reality of war and the experience of the soldiers, civilians and societies in it Too many people still think its either glorious or inevitable It s neither.

    3. Well, I m one of the contributors, but the I found all the stories beautifully illustrated and the content thought provoking.

    4. Somehow I had not heard of this book until I saw it in a sale from its publisher, Soaring Penguin Press It was publicised with its two Eisner nominations like the Oscars of comics , and that plus the subject matter was enough to get me to pony up the little bit of dough they were asking for this hefty anthology.In sharp contrast to the war it depicts from numerous angles, the book ends better than it begins The start is rough and patchy and at times downright bewildering, but the second half rea [...]

    5. There s not a weak story in this book, there s no repetition between them Joe Gordon s Memorial to Mothers is a poignant and direct to soul type epilogue to the book, which includes than the twenty six narratives it states Focus is not just on trench warfare, but the domestic front, the war from home in ammunition, entertainment, propaganda and the heart At times this is a very ugly book It bubbles up scenes of delirium washed in mud and throws legs at you At other times, it s a window into the [...]

    6. Excellent Graphical Historical book upon events of the First World War, show events from the European War and East Africa, Excellent, I love the art work included, it is very good, a sensation good review of the First World War Includes many short graphic narratives based on actual events and it does it very well A combination of writers and artists combine to make this excellent look into our history Brilliant Five star

    7. Great insight to the harsh reality of world war 1 from many different perspectives and from various artists and writers great war depicted here

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