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Frontline combat. Iwo Jima!. 2.

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DATA DI RILASCIO: 06/05/2010
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ISBN: 9788895208886
LINGUAGGIO: italiano
AUTORE: Harvey Kurtzman
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... The EC Archives: Frontline Combat #2 - Volume 2 released by Dark Horse Comics on October 2019 ... Frontline combat. Iwo Jima!: 2: Amazon.it: Harvey Kurtzman ... ... . Summary Short summary describing this issue. Frontline Combat was an anthology war comic book written and edited by Harvey Kurtzman and published bi-monthly by EC Comics. The first issue was cover dated July/August, 1951. It ran for 15 issues over three years, and ended with the January, 1954 issue. Publication was discontinued following a decline in sales attributed to the end of the Korean War. The title was a companion to Kurtzman's ... The Complete Frontline Combat #2 (1982) Russ Coch ... PREVIEW: EC ARCHIVES: FRONTLINE COMBAT VOL 2 - The Beat ... . The title was a companion to Kurtzman's ... The Complete Frontline Combat #2 (1982) Russ Cochran, 1982 Series < Previous Issue | | Next Issue > Volume 2 Price [none] Pages 180 Indicia / Colophon Publisher Russ Cochran, Publisher Brand EC An Entertaining Comic Editing Russ Cochran Color Color cover; Black and White interior Dimensions 9" x 12" (22.9 cm x 30.5 cm) Paper Stock White ... If ever there was a hell on earth it was here...here on Iwo Jima! Genre war Reprints. from Frontline Combat (EC, 1951 series) #7 (July-August 1952) View: Large Edit cover. Cover gallery ... from Frontline Combat (EC, 1951 series) #7 (July-August 1952) Indexer Notes . Inside front cover. Iwo Jima! Il nome Iwo Jima rappresenta la pronuncia errata di Iwō-shima ("isola dello zolfo" in lingua giapponese): shima è una delle due pronunce dell'ideogramma 島 (isola), ma si è talmente diffusa dopo la guerra che anche i giapponesi ne hanno cambiato la pronuncia in Iwō-jima o Iō-jima secondo una lettura più moderna, come figura in numerosi atlanti. Il nome corretto sarebbe Iwō-tō (più ... Special Iwo Jima Issue;. FRONTLINE COMBAT #7. JULY / AUGUST 1952. These strict standards are well-developed and widely accepted. We hate when it happens to us and will do our very best to make sure we don't do it to you. Is the item pictured the exact one for sale?. Multiple art pages can easily be combined because they are light and thin. For instance, two statues require a much bigger box. AS SEEN ON TV A RUN will be a collection of consecutive issues with no breaks in between them. The Battle of Iwo Jima (19 February - 26 March 1945) was a major battle in which the United States Marine Corps and Navy landed on and eventually captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) during World War II.The American invasion, designated Operation Detachment, had the goal of capturing the entire island, including the three Japanese-controlled airfields ... In The Balcony > On the Screen > Frontline Combat! > Sands of Iwo Jima (1949) Share. Share with: Link: Copy link. 22 posts Previous; 1; 2; 3; Next; The Batman. 13K 28. Balcony Gang, Foist Class. The Batman. 13K 28. Post Jul 03, 2016 #11 2016-07-03T22:52. His war record is a disappointment, as it really diminishes the legend. Iwo Jima: From Combat to Comrades "It's a very emotional moment for me, to think of what I thought then and what I think now about other human beings, because we're all the same. The Second Battalion, 28th Marines (2/28 Marines) departed Hawaii in January 1945 and a month later were part of the initial invasion force in the Battle of Iwo Jima.The 2nd Battalion, 28th Marines landed at Beach Green 1 just northeast of the imposing Mount Suribachi. Their mission was part of the larger one for the 28th Marine Regiment (28th Marines), which was to assault across the island ... Frontline Combat was a bi-monthly, anthology war comic edited by Harvey Kurtzman and published by EC Comics.The first issue was cover dated July/August, 1951. Over a three-year span, the title ran for 15 issues, ending with the January, 1954 issue. Publication was discontinued following a decline in sales attributed to the end of the Korean War.. The title was a companion ...