It's all in my head, there's nothing to fear, nothing to fear inside, through the darkness and the light, some sun has got to rise
Saturday, September 29, 2012
Wednesday Comics vs. New 52: Sgt. Rock
During World War II, United States Army Sergeant Frank Rock is captured and tortured by his Nazi foes while Easy Company desperately searches for him; he's ultimately saved by a noble photographer pressed into service by his captors...along with the loyalty of his own troops and possession of the sort of grit forged by years of battle. By Andy and Joe Kubert.
In 2011, the original Sgt. Rock's grandson takes command of a new sort of Easy Company, a group of contractors made up of ex-military men, and leads them into battle in a world re-made by meta-humans with god-like powers. By Ivan Brandon and Tom Derenick.
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