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Charley's War: 17 October, 1916-21 February, 1917

Charley's War: 17 October, 1916-21 February, 1917

Hardback Charley's War

By (author) Pat Mills, Illustrated by Joe Colquhoun

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  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
  • Format: Hardback | 112 pages
  • Dimensions: 226mm x 297mm x 15mm | 726g
  • Publication date: 30 October 2006
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1845762703
  • ISBN 13: 9781845762704
  • Edition: 1
  • Illustrations note: b/w comic strip
  • Sales rank: 101,985

Product description

Renowned UK comics writer Pat Mills (Marshal Law, Slaine) and legendary artist Joe Colquhoun (Johnny Red) continue the thrilling, humorous and horrifying story of World War One soldier Charley Bourne. As the winter of 1916 approaches, Charley is caught in a desperate fight for survival against the 'Judgment Troopers'. Injured in battle, he returns home to convalesce...only to discover that the Germans have brought the war to the streets of London! Rich in the detailed minutiae of the terror-punctuated existence of a Tommy, this third volume of "Charley's War" features a brand new introduction and director's commentary by Pat Mills, plus exclusive bonus content.

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Author information

Pat Mills has written countless comics stories, including 2000 AD's Judge Dredd, Slaine and A.B.C. Warriors, as well as earlier classics like Charley's War. He also created Marshal Law. Joe Colquhoun worked on a large volume of titles in his 30 year career in the UK comics industry, including Lion, Champion, Buster and Battle. He is probably best remembered for his work on Battle, including Johnny Red and Charley's War.

Review quote

"Timelessly relevant and well researched, this is a comics classic." - PW "Charley's War is one of the finest, most fondly remembered comic strips ever, a deeply radical, horrific reimagining of WWI." - Uncut"