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For close to six years, the DMZ has been a no-man's-land where armies feared to tread – but not any longer. The rival armies of the USA and the FSA clash in the streets of the city, and Matty Roth watches his adopted city bleed – but is it for the greater good? "Free States Rising" continues here!

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Whose War Is It Anyway? 0

Written by Brian Wood, drawn by Ricardo Burcheielli, and published by VERTIGO, DMZ issue #63 questions the very foundations that the war being fought in New York City by the U.S. Military and the Free States Armies (FSA) is based upon. When photographer Matty Roth is given the information that could turn the media's take on the war into a whole new direction, he must struggle with whom to trust and what side he'll take -- his country's, or his city's?I've become a big fan of Brian Wood, and I ad...

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Review: DMZ #63 0

As accusations abound, Matty goes back to confront his old pal Parco about how he's betrayed his trust.   The Good Burchielli's art is absolutely fantastic. It's got authentic realism and detail for its scenery, yet it gives just enough of a cartoonist's flourish to the characters to keep their body language fluid and their emotions clear. It sets the perfect tone for the very matter-of-fact, intense hard sci-fi tone of the story which, in itself, gives a great gritty credibility to this nightm...

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