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Iscovery presents him with an opportunity that he’s tempted to take but is the price too highThis volume also includes a pin up gallery with art by Jim Lee Dave Gibbons Eduardo Risso and other. It all gets a little far fetched here

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DMZ Vol 9

The ninth volume in the critically acclaimed series that looks at life during wartime – America’s 21st century Civil WarAfter the shattering events of DMZ VOL 8 HEARTS AND MINDS MIA takes Ma. While I feel like the methods Wood used to get Matty Roth to where he is in this volume were a little cheap and unfounded I have to say I really like what he s doing with the aftermath Having essentially ruined his own life credibility integrity oh every aspect of his personality that made him likable now Matty Roth is dealing with it What we get in this volume is an honest fairly heartbreaking deconstruction of the central character Wood has spent so much time developing and I very much enjoyed the arc this one tookI will say I m a little disappointed with how the Parco storyline has progressed Parco was a very important polarizing yet realistic warlord esue leader of Manhattan and then when stuff started getting rough he just disappeared Not just from Manhattan but from the stories of DMZ itself He s referred to and everyone wants to know what happened to him but it feels pretty nuts that Wood seems to have just dropped any investigation into what went wrong with Parco We had a very clear and interesting development of that character and then all of a sudden he s just not around It felt like this was going to matter somehow to either show something about Parco s ideals or how he further affects the US or Free States or even Matty but no He just kind of fades away It feels like a missed opportunity that I hope gets cleared up or explored in the final volumes of this seriesOther than those few letdowns here as we approach endgame which are present in this book due to a few circumstances I won t spoil I have really liked the direction Wood has pushed this series What started as a ground level exploration of journalism and life in a warzone has turned into a huge character story focusing on how that warzone has torn apart a single man just trying to do right by it Plot contrivances aside this is a great series

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Tty to a remote and desolate section of the city Self exile forces him to take a good hard look at himself and his conduct since he entered the DMZ and he doesn’t like what he’s seeing His d. I was starting to lose interest in this series but I enjoyed both of these volumes 8 9 While I like seeing what s happened to the city Wood sometimes spends too much time on that stuff These books smartly stay on Matty and let the city s story unfold through him Took too long to get to Matty s dark night of the soul but it s pretty compelling if maybe a little too far when it goes down I enjoyed it still not entirely sure if I m going to keep reading it though


10 thoughts on “DMZ Vol 9

  1. says:

    While I feel like the methods Wood used to get Matty Roth to where he is in this volume were a little cheap and unfounded I have to say I really like what he's doing with the aftermath Having essentially ruined his own life credibil

  2. says:

    DMZ may not always be consistently good but I will say it always does a good job of continuing it's narrative For all it's touch and go's I've decided to stick with this one for now especially because this volume seems like a real pivot to a new phase of the story

  3. says:

    The 50th anniversary issue was pretty pointlessThe main story soldiers on I wonder if Brian Wood has a plan how to end the saga of Matt Roth And how long it will take to get there

  4. says:

    It was a while since I read DMZ so some of the story I had forgotten So that was a bit bad as I was confused about some of the plot points But on the other hand I thought the writing in this one was better then in the last few I read If that is due to it being better or only due to the time since I read it I do not no In any case I

  5. says:

    So now the previous volume comes into focus We have a redemption arc happening Good people do bad things in war and what happens next At least this seems true to character I can buy this The continuation of the war and the reflecting on what the Bush Doctrine would mean to an American target is uite interesting This gives

  6. says:

    I was starting to lose interest in this series but I enjoyed both of these volumes 8 9 While I like seeing what's happened to the city Wood sometimes spends too much time on that stuff These books smartly stay on Matty and let the city's story unfold through him Took too long to get to Matty's dark night of the s

  7. says:

    After it showed promise in the previous volume;to the point of no return and all that;the made him come back with offering amnesty it did not make sense but here we go again back to the DMZ;maybe it will be the road to redemptionbut I do not like how it was handled in this volumeWaiting to see where are we going with this new development

  8. says:

    It all gets a little far fetched here

  9. says:

    This series is really good and this volume was particularly good It was a lot of little stories about side characters in between adv

  10. says:

    It is very rare that anyone gets punished for acts that they committed during a war Wars bring out the best and the worst of people

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