The The War That Time Forgot; The Unknown Soldier, Chapter One wiki last edited by guttridgeb on 06/27/13 06:45AM View full history

First issue of an ongoing series!

Featuring the first chapter of "WAR THAT TIME FORGOT" written by J.T. KRUL and with art by ARIEL OLIVETTI….and dinosaurs!

Plus: The first chapter of "UNKNOWN SOLDIER" by JUSTIN GRAY, JIMMY PALMIOTTI and artist DAN PANOSIAN focuses on all-out war in Afghanistan!

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War that time forgot 0

The first issue of G I Combat is surprisingly good. Not someone who is big on war comics, I expected this to be average fare but it turned out to be one of this month's better books.StoriesYes that's right - this issue features two different stories. "War that time forgot" introduces not only human touches to the reality of soldiers being away from home, but also a time - spanning mystery which sees prehistoric creatures existing in modern times. It will be interesting to see how writer J.T. Kru...

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Starring the Unknown Soldier... 0

J.T. Krul, Justin Gray, Jimmy PalmiottiI sort of have to review this issue in two parts. The first part, G.I. Combat, was reminiscent of the Men of War title. However, I enjoyed it more than MoW because of the way it flowed. Where MoW was a little confusing at times, G.I. Combat is clear, natural, and fast-paced. I didn't like the style of art, but other than that I really enjoyed this issue, and was pleasantly surprised.The second part, the Unknown Soldier, is really the selling point for this ...

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