DMZ, Vol. 8: Hearts and Minds

DMZ, Vol. 8: Hearts and Minds

The world and characters of the DMZ — a futuristic, war-torn Manhattan — are expanded and enriched in this eighth volume of the acclaimed series. Journalist Matty Roth redefines his role in the DMZ following the tumultuous events of the past year No longer content to be merely a citizen journalist or a mouthpiece for Parco Delgado's struggling city government, he now rolls with his own private security force and self-defined mandate to heal the city. Is this the start of a brand-new day via the barrel of an gun – or will this "Rise of Matty" end with the fall of just another petty warlord? Plus, you’ll discover the truth behind the mysterious death cult that is housed in the city’s tallest building. These violent killers hide behind masks and heavy clothing are always the vanguard of death and destruction. Now you’ll find out just who they are and where they come from.

Title:DMZ, Vol. 8: Hearts and Minds
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401227265
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    DMZ, Vol. 8: Hearts and Minds Reviews

  • Aaron

    Oof. This one was quite a ride. Despite my extreme distaste with the way this volume ended, I would definitely say this is my favorite volume of DMZ thus far. Way, way back in issue 1 of the series, Z...

  • Mike

    First story arc is pretty depressing, but still very compelling & well-written. It only hints at things that I'm struggling to understand - which is frankly a treat in comics, especially when the char...

  • M. Ashraf

    Volume#08- No Future- Hearts and MindsNo Future, a depressing sad side story with a fitting ending to it.Hearts and Mind, We reached point of no return, rash decisions and story line with dead end con...

  • Jaime Guzman

    Highly Recommended! DMZ is a consistently good read with each and every volume with writing being handled by Brian Wood and most of the art by Ricardo Burchielli. Manhattan is a demilitarized zone aft...

  • Michael

    I was starting to lose interest in this series, but I enjoyed both of these volumes (8 & 9). While I like seeing what's happened to the city, Wood sometimes spends too much time on that stuff. These b...

  • Robert Hudder

    So, this is a bit odd. I liked the first No Future arc a lot. Reminds me of some of the best short stories. Reminds me of "The Sniper". It is that good. The second one has me frustrated. I'm having a ...

  • Patrick

    The short story "No Future" was below average (which is still pretty good for Brian Wood.) It barely ties in with the on-going story, and right now when things are really picking up steam! The second ...

  • Bosco Farr

    Excellent. Twists, turns and a whole lot of didn't see that coming....

  • James

    Dealt with radicalization and nuclear threats. Humans can be so brutal to each other....

  • Kelli Trei

    Whew, every one of these is rough (emotionally) but at least one story (chapter) is AHmazing, for me it was the first in this volume. Also Matty...oooh Matty....