Sgt. Rock: Between Hell & a Hard Place #TP

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Brian Azzarello's critically acclaimed project with comics legend Joe Kubert comes to softcover. This World War II tale puts Sgt. Rock in the midst of a murder mystery behind enemy lines. When four German prisoners of the Easy Company are slaughtered, Rock must find the killer and keep his men alive.
by DC/Vertigo

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Published November, 2004 (Modern Age) by DC Comics/Vertigo Comics and went on sale in 2004 for $17.95 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in Color, the current NM value is $17.95 USD. The publisher has rated this issue Mature/Adult.

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bobashep
3.5

by on 8/22/2018 9:41:00 PM

I felt that the main storyline gets gobbled up in other elements, like the origin of the Ice Cream Soldier and the introduction of new recruits to Easy Co. I was fine with the ending but I did feel that elements of the murder mystery tied themselves up in just too neat of a bow. My favorite part of this book was the art. I love Joe Kubert. His work on Weird War Tales is just fantastic. His images of Rock adorned in red, white and blue tipped bandoliers was awe-inspiring. It also felt nostalgic as I feel like that is how I grew up seeing Sgt. Rock in the comics as a kid. But I cannot find any evidence on this on Google.

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