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D-Day, Le Jour du Désastre, les mangeurs de vie

by David Brin

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The means of the survival and progress of the hero are unclear. All gods are portrayed as bad. Or potentially so. ( )
  ritaer | May 31, 2017 |
Based on a famous short story by David Brin called "Thor Meets Captain America". Is was an alternate history in an alternate universe, where the Nazis ally with the Aesir against the West. This graphic novel recapitulates the story and extends it to a war of the gods on earth.

It is worth reading for some of the ideas expounded and for the original story segment, but it is not great. The art could have done much more for the story and the extended story lacks the punch of the original. ( )
  rexton | Jun 14, 2006 |
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Roused by sorcery and a stench of holocaust, Norse gods have returned to the mortal plane, tilting the scales of World War II and cheating the allies of victory. Nearly a generation later the war still rages, this time in the jungles of Southeast Asia. The tide has been set for a final battle as a few heroes gather their courage - and their most advanced technology - for a final stand against the Nazis and their Aesir partners.… (more)

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