DMZ, Vol. 3: Public Works

DMZ, Vol. 3: Public Works

In Volume 3, collecting issues 13-17, Matty severs his ties to the Liberty News and becomes a free agent. He soon finds himself in over his head as he goes undercover and infiltrates a terrorist cell determined to disrupt any and all construction sit...

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  • I don’t know, every single Brian Wood comic book seems to be about some kind of young, tough, sexy, street-smart hipster who looks very cool in a gritty world. Why the world is such a gritty place n...

  • This is a big step back for a series I was really starting to like. Brian Wood mines recent current events to try and squeeze a story about a Blackwater-like privateer called Trustwell into his series...

  • A barely disguised rant about Blackwater. Matty is so buff and hardcore! He has sex with teenaged Arabs! He stands up to torture for days! Everyone thinks he is the coolest thing ever! This is racist,...

  • Starting a story is almost always the same: I take ideas for characters, stories, themes, and moments, and I write them down. I describe what the characters are thinking, how the unfolding plot affect...

  • This was definitely not quite a well-written as the previous two volumes of DMZ. Wood tackles the prevalance of corporate contractors in a war zone - specifically Trustwell Industries in Manhattan. No...

  • Ok, I love that I can find Vertigo volumes at my public library, because I read this entire five issue/chapter volume/installment in one night. The future world, a dystopia, created by Wood and artist...

  • This is the first volume with a really gripping storyline. While the first two volumes were (though still enjoyable) a bit of a bumpy ride to me, this volume is easily the best written until now. My l...

  • Didn't LOVE this one as much as the first two. Kinda so veiled with Blackwater, I felt like the analogy was a bit too on the nose. Still a fan....

  • The story is jacked up here from the end of Volume 2. Trustwell (A stand-in for Blackwater) is introduced here, the private military company with high connections in the US government, is given the co...

  • Easily the weakest of the 3 volumes so far released. The previous 2 volumes were very good at trying to show what it must be like to live in no-man's land such as present-day Iraq through a gorgeous p...

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