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DMZ, Volume 11: Free States Rising by Brian…

DMZ, Volume 11: Free States Rising

by Brian Wood, Riccardo Burchielli (Illustrator), Shawn Martinbrough (Illustrator)

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This penultimate installment of DMZ has Matty Roth accepting his fate and acting as observer for the USA government as they make a final push to finish the war. There is also a story about the Free States commander and where he came from. And these two are also involved with the mystery of the vanished Parco Delgado. ( )
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As the war enters its final weeks Matty Roth is given a golden opportunity to report once again from the DMZ, not as a network lackey but as an unbiased observer for the court of world opinion, to ensure both sides stay honest. He is determined to do right by the city where he once failed miserably.… (more)

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