DMZ, Vol. 5: The Hidden War

DMZ, Vol. 5: The Hidden War

Collecting issues #23-28 of the acclaimed series from writer Brian Wood (DEMO). The world and characters of the DMZ are expanded and enriched in this volume as Matty Roth turns his attention to several locals — a guerilla artist, a former ally who'...

Title:DMZ, Vol. 5: The Hidden War
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401218331
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    DMZ, Vol. 5: The Hidden War Reviews

  • Jan Philipzig

    Various minor characters get the spotlight for a change, but it's the same old shallow, generic, exploitative, pseudo-political story. I'm outta here......

  • James DeSantis

    This is a step back from the last two volumes. Mostly a bunch of one shots of the DMZ city but none of them are all that compelling. We go into the life of a warlord, or gang leader, or whatever you w...

  • Jennifer

    This volume was really hit-or-miss. A collection of one-shots spotlighting different people living in the DMZ, this should have been a nice break from Matty's sometimes frustrating narration, and for ...

  • Felicia

    I enjoyed these stand-alones, but didn't LOVE them. I dunno, a few of them didn't feel tied into what we've been used to in the previous comics, and a few I felt could have gone further, actually I li...

  • Du4

    This was the first DMZ installment that I can call a genuine disappointment. Wood collects here a few single-issue tales giving the backstories of a couple notable DMZ characters. Unfortunately, none ...

  • Chris Keefe

    If you love the City, whether in spirit or in reality, these stories will make you ache to smell it. Pretty books and pretty words and not too far from ugly truths....

  • Cale

    After two really strong volumes, this collection of single issues picks up characters from around the DMZ in stories that don't seem quite as... important. It's more color than content, especially as ...

  • Michael

    Eh. Thing about DMZ is that it's always about people living in a warzone, so six unrelated short stories about people living in a warzone that don't do much to expand our understanding of the series d...

  • Ross Vincent

    The War in New York City continues.But this time, we learn about the war for the prospective of other people - most of whom we haven't encountered yet. A underground DJ; a reluctant, delusional FSA so...

  • Samuel

    There is a right and a wrong time for fillers, after four fluctuating issues is not the right time. You have not converted me into a fan and then you give me a bunch nonsense to read through? And on t...