“SPECWAR: Special Warfare” Comic Book Series about Military Spec-Ops

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by David Crane

I just found out about what looks to be a very cool and unique comic book series called "SPECWAR: Special Warfare". Both it and DefenseReview.com share space in MilitaryMorons.com’s link section. For those DefRev members and readers that are also comic book fans, this series looks interesting, to say the least.

Since about the mid 1980’s, some of the most original and exciting writing and story ideas have come from comic books and graphic novels. The fact that the "SPECWAR: Special Warfare" comic book series was…

created by a retired and decorated Navy SEAL, one Frank Lauria, is encouraging. It would only follow logically that the writing would be realistic and believable with regards to Special Operations and combat/CQB(Close Quarters Battle) scenarios. The cover artwork certainly looks great, which is another positive sign.

Needless to say, DefRev is going to be checking out all 7 issues of the "SPECWAR: Special Warfare" comic book series as soon as we can. We always like a good comic book, over here.

Click here to visit the "SPECWAR: Special Warfare" comic book series website and see what the series is all about.

Click on this link to check out all the "SPECWAR: Special Warfare" back issues that are available.


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