America's Army #1: Knowledge is Power

America s Army Knowledge is Power America s Army deploys to Czervenia President General Adzic and his new Czervenian Army set upon a murderous campaign to destroy the neighboring Republic of the Ostregals But the war is only the tip o

  • Title: America's Army #1: Knowledge is Power
  • Author: M. Zachary Sherman Mike Penick J. Brown Marshall Dillion
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • America s Army deploys to Czervenia President General Adzic and his new Czervenian Army set upon a murderous campaign to destroy the neighboring Republic of the Ostregals But the war is only the tip of the iceberg and sets in motion a mysterious plan to change the course of world power Sergeant John Plaxco and his elite Long Range Surveillance Team conduct a critical reAmerica s Army deploys to Czervenia President General Adzic and his new Czervenian Army set upon a murderous campaign to destroy the neighboring Republic of the Ostregals But the war is only the tip of the iceberg and sets in motion a mysterious plan to change the course of world power Sergeant John Plaxco and his elite Long Range Surveillance Team conduct a critical recon mission and make an ominous discovery that could endanger the world With new information in hand, will every American Soldier make it out alive Only strength and teamwork will make the difference in America s Army 1 Knowledge Is Power.

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    One thought on “America's Army #1: Knowledge is Power”

    1. As an introduction this was okay, I only felt like I got to know one of the characters. The earlier pages were too dense with dialogue, trying to present the American army as the institute of all things good and wholesome.Once you got past this however, it wasn't too bad!

    2. Nice recruitment storyThis is the first of the series. Not much in the way of character development, but there is a lot of action.

    3. For something which is meant to be a recruiting tool for the Army, it was okay. They took the time to make actual characters rather than stereotypes. The military jargon was a little dense for something which was supposed to be introductory. As expected, it's slanted towards the idea that the US military are assumed to be the good guys in any conflict, but this is not surprising given the nature of the comic. It details a US military action in a made-up Eastern European country. I wasn't bothere [...]

    4. It might just be me but I have read many "war" comics in my time [Sgt. Fury, Sgt. Rock, Our Army at War, Weird War Tales, etc.] and this just did not seem to have the heart those comics did. The characters were flat and for the most part uninteresting. It was free so I read it, it did not impress me enough to buy any more.

    5. Spread all over It's very clear that the comic was a highly ambitious project with the author wanting to squeeze in too much yet not knowing which direction to take. The story board is spread all over with various aspects of military and military life trying to peak out from each block and the end story is even more confusing.Graphics is best

    6. Fhhdsjjdhdbdnwjdndsjs snjsndbsjjs dI like it and yes I would love to be in the army hchxxbxb xbxhs shsbsbsbshsbsbhx shhs sbhs hs js

    7. I found the briefing scenes at the beginning of this book rather dull. It got exciting towards the end, though.

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