War can be addictive. So testifies journalist David Axe who’s been there, in the middle of the action in Iraq. The high is potent no matter how much you know how dangerous it is... Here’s Axe’s journal of dealing with his addiction, the high, the sheer excitement of being in there, in the battle, the cost to his life, never mind the threat. A new form of visceral self-analyzing comics journalism starts with this book... An allegory for the US? A graphic novel sure to fascinate with a talented artist to watch for!
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A journalist develops a craving for combat and finesses a gig in Iraq, where he finds himself exhilarated, terrified, and hooked. He meets other men with war in their blood, and he meets still others ... Read full review