DMZ, Vol. 4: Friendly Fire

DMZ, Vol. 4: Friendly Fire

Collecting issues #18-22 of the acclaimed series by Brian Wood! Matty Roth reluctantly lands an interview for Liberty News with an enlisted U.S. solider who's found guilty of a massacre within the DMZ. What follows is a look at how the DMZ came to be...

Title:DMZ, Vol. 4: Friendly Fire
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401216627
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    DMZ, Vol. 4: Friendly Fire Reviews

  • Jan Philipzig

    As you may recall, protagonist Matty generally looks excellent amidst the ruins of New York City. He’s the cool, tough, handsome type, you see, though not necessarily the brightest bulb on the porch...

  • Felicia

    Enjoyed this a lot, more than #3. I thought it dealt with really interesting issues from some objective viewpoints, raised more questions than answers and I think that was the goal, and they did it re...

  • J.G. Keely

    This is the most interesting volume of DMZ so far, because the structure of the story forces Wood out of his standard voice. By choosing to do a Rashomon story (or a Jose Chung's, depending on your sp...

  • James DeSantis

    This volume was really good. I think Wood found his stride now. So this is a single story of a terrible event. When the Military was trying to deesclate a situation with a crowd of people in trench-li...

  • Ill D

    Continuing it’s middling level of quality a particularly shadowy plot drives this 4th volume of DMZ. Flexing his Leftie credentials yet again, Woods here reduplicates the Kent State Shootings unto a...

  • Carolyn

    This volume was just fantastic. ...

  • Peter Derk

    DMZ is a book of real highs and lows for me.The lows come in because sometimes I'm straight-up lost in the plot. Which I think is common. Because a lot of the plots revolve around big conspiracies wit...

  • Nick Dines

    Buy. Borrow. Steal (well don't, but you know what I mean).This is absolutely brilliant. I can't recommend it enough....

  • Indika De Silva

    My favorite DMZ volume to date.The story depicts the ugly side of war and how the innocent are the ultimate victims regardless of the consequences.This story moved me.Now to Volume 5......

  • Michael

    Some interesting back story to "the War" in this volume. I've never been interested in the "history" leading up the the war in DMZ; I'm perfectly happy to accept the premise and see how Wood explores ...