The Complete Battlefields, Volume One

The Complete Battlefields, Volume One

Late summer, 1942. As the German army smashes deep into Soviet Russia and the defenders of the Motherland retreat in disarray, a new bomber squadron arrives at a Russian forward airbase. Its crews will fly flimsy wooden biplanes on lethal night missions over German lines, risking fiery death as they fling themselves against the invader- but for these pilots, the consequenc Late summer, 1942. As the German army smashes deep into Soviet Russia and the defenders of the Motherland retreat in disa...

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Title:The Complete Battlefields, Volume One
Author:Garth Ennis
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:160690079X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:268 pages pages

The Complete Battlefields, Volume One Reviews

  • Eamon
    May 22, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

  • Doug
    Jan 10, 2013

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

  • Michael
    Aug 09, 2013

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

  • Wes Baker
    Sep 18, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

    ...

    ...

  • PJ Ebbrell
    Feb 16, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

  • ***Dave Hill
    Jan 09, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

  • Ethan
    Feb 17, 2013

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

  • arjuna
    May 03, 2014

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

  • Sam Quixote
    Aug 09, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

  • Russell Grant
    Oct 24, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

  • Cameron
    Mar 10, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

  • Albert
    May 21, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

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  • Daniel
    Nov 12, 2014

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

  • Ciaran Bourke
    Aug 26, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

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  • Lou
    Mar 30, 2013

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Slobodan Crevar
    Sep 23, 2012

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

    ...

  • Milan Pohl
    May 05, 2013

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Matej Kondas
    Jul 15, 2013

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

  • Dave Glorioso
    Nov 16, 2013

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

  • Alex Murphy
    Jul 29, 2016

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

  • William
    May 15, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

  • Jas
    Jun 20, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

    S ...

    All 3 stories are stand outs. These WWII stories are all pretty grim and there are no heroes or winners. ...

    Very pretty art, interesting story lines based on historical research. ...

    This one will stay with you, as it has me in the years since I read it in its original publishing run. Powerful is an understatement: simply some of the best comics I've ever read. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Đenis
    Feb 15, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

  • Rod Brown
    Oct 28, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

  • Marcus LagrĂŠ
    Dec 16, 2015

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

  • Cheese
    Mar 25, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

  • Lockpick
    Jun 25, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

  • Tarn Richardson
    Oct 02, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

  • Hagay Hacohen
    Feb 05, 2017

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

  • Epic Master
    Jun 25, 2016

    Just to start...this book was very difficult to get hold of. It took me over a year to find a copy and luckily found one on eBay from the US for a bargain. It was worth the wait. I doubted this book/series from beginning because I always compare all Ennis' work to his Preacher run ...

    Garth Ennis is well known for profanity, gouts of bloody violence, and writing about the depravity of humans. But in this collection of books he wrote -- all of them differently but competently drawn -- he hits a home run by grounding it in the brutal reality of World War II. Based on ...

    Can unequivocally say I loved this. Three lovely tangents on the business of war and living with war and what it does to all concerned - I particularly loved "Dear Billy", but "Tankies" and "The Night Witches" are also very rewarding - and the gorgeous tank'n'gun'n'plane action artwork...

    Following the success of "War Stories Volumes 1 & 2", Garth Ennis returns to writing WW2 stories with this collection of three books: "The Night Witches", "Dear Billy", and "The Tankies". "Night Witches" is about a female squadron of Russian bomber pilots who have to contend wit...

    I loved the first two stories. Macabre and gripping. These stories are not nice but are realistic in telling and artistic depiction. The first two stories involved women which made the stories emotionally charged. I found the combat and art great in the third story but it was emotiona...

    I read these stories in comic book format when they were originally published. This hardcover edition provides a nice reason to revisit these grim stories of war. The Night Witches and Dear Billy are remarkable for focusing on the experience of women at the frontlines of battle during ...

    This is an adult version of Warlord, giving Ennis and co the opportunity to litter the comic boxes full of expletives and carnage, that give the three stories a suitably visceral and real feel. Each story is better than the last. 'The Night Witches' is a rather flat story of female ...

    Garth Ennis is a badass writer. Seriously. Bad. Ass. ...

    Pr?m?rné p?íb?hy. Od autora bych asi ani víc ne?ekal, ale nebylo to vylo?en? ?patné a v?t?inou je to doprovázené p?ijatelnou kresbou. ...

    I?ve read previous novels by Garth Ennis on World War 2, his War Stories Vol 2 which I enjoyed a lot. So reading this one wasn?t a difficult choice. Here, in this book the themes are very similar, a number of stories following a mix of characters, both military and civilian, in d...

    Krásna grafika. Príjemné príbehy z druhej svetovej vojny. 1. O prínose ruského ?enstva v bombardovaní nemeckých jednotiek prelínajúce sa s putovaním nemeckej jednotky pe?iakov na Stalingrad. 2. O zdrtenej anglickej zdravotnej sestre, ktorú znásilnili a skoro zavra?di...

    The first two stories of this book are excellent. The third didn't quite grab me as much, though all are beautifully drawn. All three stories present the war, and war in general, from different perspectives. The first one, presented largely from the perspective of female pilots in t...

    This collects the first three, three-issue story arcs of the acclaimed (?) series. It's Garth Innis, it's based in world war two, of course it's brilliant. Each story is quite different which makes this a great read. The first deals with the Night Witches of Russia, focusing on both th...

    Garth Ennis jak ho neznáte. V prost?edí vále?ném a veskrze zajímavé. To neznamená ?e nedojde na solidní brutalitu, ale tady je taková... opodstatn?ná. Vynikající p?íb?h s hloubkou jsou No?ní ?arod?jnice a Drahý Billy je p?íb?h, z t?ch kterých se za vá...

    Brilliant! As always, Garth Ennis is able to explore profound questions (esp what does it mean to be a man or a woman) while presenting even people unaware of military history with unmatched research and skill poured into this collection. In other words, not just for history buffs. ...

    I was blown away by these comics. Ennis writes some of the best characters of his career here. These stories are at once emotionally gripping, funny, horrifying and melancholy. Each artist for the three stories contained herein suit the stories perfectly. My favorite story, and artist...

    Almost a dying breed of war comics, I found this Garth Ennis very good. Thoughtful and visceral in its look at stories from World War 2, not flag waving patriotism but a fairly even hand view. Dear Billy was especially good and a slow burn. Snejbjerg's art was wonderuful and Rob Steen'...

    Garth Ennis is just plain amazing. This collection is crazy good. "Dear Billy," included here, is one of the best stories I've ever read, comic or prose. This volume is worthwhile just for "Night Witches" and "Dear Billy" alone. ...

    The worst story in the book is very good. The rest are excellent. Great, serious pieces about the hell that is war, with a bit of humor that humans have to have to stay alive in those situations. Great artwork tells this story with top notch layouts, nice line work and brilliant color....

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