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DMZ Vol 9: M.I.A by Brian Wood

DMZ Vol 9: M.I.A (edition 2011)

by Brian Wood, Riccardo Burchielli (Illustrator), Lee Bermejo (Illustrator), Philip Bond (Illustrator), Fábio Moon (Illustrator)8 more, Dave Gibbons (Illustrator), Rebekah Isaacs (Illustrator), Ryan Kelly (Illustrator), Jim Lee (Illustrator), John Paul Leon (Illustrator), Eduardo Risso (Illustrator), Jeromy Cox (Colorist), Jared K. Fletcher (Letterer)

Series: DMZ (50-54)

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Title:DMZ Vol 9: M.I.A
Authors:Brian Wood
Other authors:Riccardo Burchielli (Illustrator), Lee Bermejo (Illustrator), Philip Bond (Illustrator), Fábio Moon (Illustrator), Dave Gibbons (Illustrator)7 more, Rebekah Isaacs (Illustrator), Ryan Kelly (Illustrator), Jim Lee (Illustrator), John Paul Leon (Illustrator), Eduardo Risso (Illustrator), Jeromy Cox (Colorist), Jared K. Fletcher (Letterer)
Info:New York Vertigo c. 2011
Collections:Read, Read but unowned
Tags:fiction, .‼ 21st century, .♥ American, graphic novel, comic book, genre:dystopia, social commentary, war, political, political commentary, series, ₪ DMZ, library borrow, read:2013

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DMZ, Volume 09: M.I.A. by Brian Wood



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It's crunch time for Matty Roth in the DMZ. His actions have cost him his friends and his peace of mind. He is filled with guilt. He slumps into depression in an evacuated and possibly radioactive part of the DMZ. Gradually he realises what he must do. Now that this series is drawing towards its end, I am appreciating every detail: from the grafitti to the consistency of the DMZ characters. Matty Roth's journey feels genuine for his character, even if I tend to agree with Soames' judgment about it (F***ing stupid man!). ( )
  questbird | Jul 9, 2016 |
Yay! Matty's back! This one was back on par with earlier in the series, before Delgado. It featured a few nice shorts, and then cut to the main issues going on, and did not disappoint. So glad Wood has brought things back around to what I loved about the series in the first place, what made it so powerful! ( )
  .Monkey. | Jan 10, 2013 |
another great entry in the DMZ series. ( )
  shannonkearns | Apr 9, 2011 |
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Rookie journalist Matty Roth stumbles across a crashed helicopter and its long-dead pilots and gets a glimpse of possible salvation, or at least the first step down that road, when he returns their dog tags to their next of kin.

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