The EC Archives: Frontline Combat by Harvey KurtzmanThe EC Archives: Frontline Combat by Harvey Kurtzman

The EC Archives: Frontline Combat

byHarvey Kurtzman, Jerry DefuccioContribution byHarvey Kurtzman

Hardcover | September 22, 2009

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Legendary artists Harvey Kurtzman, WallyWood, Jack Davis, John Severin, and Will Elder illustrate these powerful storieswritten by Kurtzman and Jerry DeFuccio. Long considered to be among the best warstories ever written, Frontline Combat tells poignant tales of “Warand Fighting Men,” reprinted here in spectacular full color. Volume Onerecaptures the first six complete issues (24 stories) of this ground-breakingtitle, originally published in 1951 and 1952.

Jack Burton Davis Jr. was born in Atlanta, Georgia on December 2, 1924. After high school, he joined the Navy, serving in Guam, where he drew a comic called Boondocker for The Navy Times. After leaving the Navy, he enrolled at the University of Georgia, where he drew for the student newspaper. Before long, his teachers were encouraging...
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Title:The EC Archives: Frontline CombatFormat:HardcoverDimensions:212 pages, 11.2 × 8.5 × 0.9 inPublished:September 22, 2009Publisher:William M. Gaines Agent, INC.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1603600140

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"The comics found in EC Archives: Frontline Combat v.1 offer valuable andmeaningful insight into humanity and our predilection toward violent means topursue dubious ends. It remains, fifty-nine years after its initial publication,important and truly timeless art." - Newsarama.com