Life Lesson With Frank: “Do the job. Like a 9 to 5 stockbroker working in the pit on Wall Street… ‘cept my job may be less bloody at times.” Whether you’re one-handing an M-16 in the jungles of Vietnam, or cleaning up the trash from someone else’s party, there’s two kinds of people out there, Those Who Do The Job, and Those Who Bitch. When you’re the hardest worker on the block, you don’t call out “lazy people”, they’re just called “everyone else”.
Do The Job
August 22, 2014 by Arch Stanton
Category Life Lessons with Frank | Tags: Alberto Saichann,Don Lomax,John Kalisz,Steve Dutro,The 'Nam,Vietnam | 1 Comment
Joe Kubert’s Vietnam Punisher Art
August 21, 2014 by Arch Stanton
Joe Kubert was the undisputed master of War Comics; he defined the visual style of the genre. Unfortunately there are very few Kubert pages of Frank Castle, but undoubtedly the best was the Marvel Graphic Novel “The Punisher Invades The ‘Nam”. Written by Don Lomax, a Vietnam Vet and author of the comic “Vietnam Journal” and later “The ‘Nam”, the book was intended to wrap up “The ‘Nam” ongoing series as issues #84-86. They never made print in that series, the title was cancelled prior to their publication. To make up for it, Marvel published the issues in an excellent stand alone graphic novel, including Joe Kubert’s interpretation of Frank Castle’s soldier days on the cover and on each of the three chapter title pages. All four are included below:
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