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Comedy collides head on with tragedy when a New Jersey National Guard unit is deployed indefinitely to a never-ending series of wars in the Middle East. These are citizen soldiers - kids fresh out of high school shoulder-to-shoulder with middle-aged corporate manager. To motivate them, a modernized military has gone into full, take-no-prisoners marketing mode. Equal parts blistering battle action, sensuous soap opera and pitch-black satire in the vein of PREACHER and TRANSMETROPOLITAN, Army@Love is unlike anything Veitch - or any other comics creator - has ever attempted. And you won't believe your eyes when you see what it takes to become a member of The Hot Zone Club! 

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Army @ Suck 0

This book starts off in a war that is not defined. At least in this issue it isn't. We see that there is a new branch of the Army that has broken down all sorts of discipline down to the point where soldiers don't even seem to take the war serious. It ends up being just okay. There is a lot of sex and violence, but without one character to relate to, it ends up being less of a book than it could have been with a relatable protagonist....

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