8 edition of Enemy Ace archives. found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Our army at war. Selections., Showcase (Sparta, Ill.). Selections., Star spangled war stories. Selections.|
|Series||DC archive editions|
|Contributions||Kubert, Joe, 1926-|
|LC Classifications||PN6728.E54 K36 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1> :|
|LC Control Number||2003273503|
Enemy Ace is a DC Comics World War I feature about the fictional German ace Hans Von Hammer, the "Hammer of Hell".. Created by Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert in , it was inspired by tales of Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron. The character first appeared in Our Army at War # (February, ). The feature was groundbreaking in its portrayal of an "enemy" soldier as the . Read Enemy Ace: War Idyll comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page.
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Enemy Ace was an instant success and stayed in demand at DC for well over 15 years. The first volume of the Enemy Ace Archives contains the first ten Enemy Ace stories; the second has the next ten -- ending with the first crossover with Balloon Buster. Some of these stories haven't been seen since their original printings more than thirty years ago.
While the $ price per volume may sound steep, it's /5(14). The Enemy Ace Archives, Volume 1 collects the earliest tales of Hans von Hammer, the greatest fighter pilot of World War I. Utilizing superb characterization, these elegantly crafted stories offer an intriguing and rare look at war by presenting it through Enemy Ace archives.
book eyes of "the enemy."/5. The Enemy Ace comics expertly drawn by Joe Kubert were amongst the best of the "war" comics, followed by the Sgt Rock (also drawn by Kubert), and the Sgt Fury series.
All dealt with the trials and tribulations of our guys in the European Theatre during World War II/5(14). This very fine second volume of Enemy Ace Archives is almost as great as the first volume. All stories written by creator Robert Kanigher, but this time artist Joe Kubert is joined by Neal Adams (Kubert inking Adams is something to see(, and other comics legends Russ Heath and Frank Thorne/5.
ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 collects the earliest tales of Hans von Hammer, the greatest fighter pilot of World War I. Utilizing superb characterization, these elegantly crafted stories offer an intriguing and rare look at war by presenting it through the eyes of "the enemy.". Death stalks the skies above Europe once more in this second volume Enemy Ace archives.
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The Enemy Ace Archives Volume 1 & 2 by Bob Kanigher, Joe Kubert and other artists: Reviewed By Stephen Bierce, IPMS# MSRP: $ each ISBN: (v1), (v2) As of now, there are about volumes in the DC Archive Editions series, collecting the best of DC's comics from the late s through the s.
Review- THE ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 THE ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 (DC, Second Printing, ; Hardcover) Collects Our Army At War Nos.,Showcase Nos. 57, 58, and Star Spangled War Stories Nos. (cover dates February, January, )Author: Kris Shaw. Enemy Ace is one of the most unique books I have read in that it tells the story of Baron Von Hammer, who is a World War 1 flying ace fighting for the German side.
I have read many war stories that have portrayed the Germans as simply cannon fodder but in this /5(12). the enemy book is pure adventure!. to begin with this book is pure excitement. the adventures of the enemy ace is a rare treat,a look back to a day real adventure.
robert kanigher and joe kubert's stories were non-stop heartbeats from hell. joe kubert's artwork and narrative are a perfect complement to robert kanigher's writing. so if you have not experienced enemy ace,don't not miss 5/5(1). Comic Books and Video - For Sale - Comics and Video Games Systems Trade Paperbacks MARVEL DC IDW DARK HORSE NINTENDO PLAYSTATION XBOX.
Enemy Ace Archives Vol. 1 (): ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 collects the earliest tales of Hans von Hammer, the greatest fighter pilot of World War I.
Utilizing superb characterization, these elegantly crafted stories offer an intriguing and rare look at war by presenting it through the eyes of “the enemy.”. Issues Our Army at War# ("Enemy Ace"), Our Army at War# ("Flaming Bait"), Our Army at War# ("Fokker Fury"), Showcase#57 ("Killer of the Skies"), Showcase#58 ("The Hunters and the Hunted"), Star-Spangled War Stories# ("The Slayers and the Slain"), Star-Spangled War Stories# ("Death Whispers -- Death Screams"), Star-Spangled War Stories# ("The Face of the Hangman"), Editors: Robert Kanigher.
Get this from a library. The Enemy Ace archives. [Robert Kanigher; Joe Kubert] -- "Completing the collection of all of the original Kanigher/Kubert Enemy Ace tales (and adding in collaborations with artists Neal Adams, Russ Heath and Frank Thorne)"--Jkt.
flp, v. ENEMY ACE ARCHIVES VOL. 1 collects the earliest tales of Hans von Hammer, the greatest fighter pilot of World War I. Utilizing superb characterization, these. The Enemy Ace Archives, Vol. 2 by Joe Kubert; 1 edition; First published in The Enemy Ace Archives by Joe Kubert and Bob Kanigher (Trade Cloth, Revised edition) Be the first to write a review About this product New (other): lowest price.
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The Enemy Ace must rescue a General's son who has been captured by the enemy. Reprints from Star Spangled War Stories (DC, series) # (February-March ). Enemy Ace Archives - Hardcover Comic books for sale online.DC Marvel & other comic books for sale. New customers save up to 25%, use code: New4.
Origin. Born in in Germany, Hans Von Hammer was the son of a wealthy mother died when Von Hammer was young, and he was principally raised by his father, who sought to instill in his.The Enemy Ace archives. Volume 1.
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A true graphic novel, not a trade collection, this story is a beautiful piece of work. It's an interesting exploration of what makes a soldier, told in a series of flashbacks brought on.