Body of a Journalist

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DC Comics, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 166 pages
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America's worst nightmare has come true. Having neglected the threat of anti-establishment militias, the U.S. government is in danger of losing control. Middle America has violently risen up, coming to a standstill at Manhattan or, as the world now knows it, the DMZ. Matty Roth, a naive, aspiring photojournalist, lands a dream gig following a veteran war journalist into the heart of the DMZ. Things soon go terribly wrong, and Matty finds himself lost and alone in a world he's only seen on television. In this volume, Roth's star power as a wartime reporter rises both within and outside the DMZ and the embedded journalist lands the break of a lifetime: an interview with the infamous leaders of the Free Armies.

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Very enjoyable read, with great graphics. - Goodreads
... bummer ex machina ending though. - Goodreads
... great writing, great art. - Goodreads
I enjoy the short side-stories more than the main plot. - Goodreads
The graphics are decent. - Goodreads

Review: DMZ, Vol. 2: Body of a Journalist (DMZ #2)

User Review  - Honeybadger - Goodreads

I really enjoyed the second installment of the DMZ. Gritty, a bit heavy-handed in it's comparison of Manhattan to Kabul, but very readable. I enjoy the short side-stories more than the main plot. The ... Read full review

Review: DMZ, Vol. 2: Body of a Journalist (DMZ #2)

User Review  - Jan - Goodreads

Economic inequality in the United States has grown rapidly since the 1980's. A few facts: By the year 2007, the country's richest 1% owned no less than 34.6% of the country's overall wealth, while the ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Brian Wood was born in 1970 and attended the University of Ottawa and the University of Toronto, receiving a Master's degree in English in 1994 after putting his professors through hell. After graduating he moved to Vancouver where he worked for Coles and then Indigo. In 2006, he became a literary agent, representing such people as Bob McKenzie, Al Strachan, Brian Kilrea, and James Duthie. He enjoys watching NFL games on TV, reading, writing, playing tennis, and listening to music, in roughly that order. His website is www.brianjwood.com.

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