"The Island" Part 1 of 2. As the city begins its post-election healing process, Matty takes advantage of the relative lull and accepts an invite to embed with the small group of American soldiers holding Staten Island down. But he'll learn first-hand what a ceasefire can do to bored troops with too much time on their hands!
DMZ VOL. 2: BODY OF A JOURNALIST
Don't miss this volume collecting issues #6-12 of the acclaimed series by Brian Wood! Roth's star power lands the break of a lifetime: an interview with the infamous leaders of the Free Armies.
DMZ VOL. 7: WAR POWERS
In this new DMZ volume collecting issues #35-41, the status quo is tossed out the window as embedded war journalist Matty Roth returns from his misadventure in Staten Island to find Parco Delgado in office as provisional governor of New York and details his first 100 days at breakneck speed. Matty's first task under the Delgado regime? Tracking down the source of one of the DMZ's greatest urban legends.
The origin of Zee, featuring guest art by Kristian Donaldson (Supermarket)! Follow Zee from her humble beginnings as a med student through the day the second civil war hit Manhattan.
"The Island" Part 2 of 2. The mysteries of Staten Island are revealed to Matty Roth, who quickly realizes things are worse than he was told. And when the situation goes from bad to worse, the secluded residents naturally turn on the "visitor" who just happened to show up in the thick of it. Looks like Matty chose the wrong time to pay a visit.
DMZ VOL. 4: FRIENDLY FIRE
Collecting issues #18-22 of the acclaimed series by Brian Wood! Matty Roth reluctantly lands an interview for Liberty News with an enlisted U.S. solider who's found guilty of a massacre within the DMZ. What follows is a look at how the DMZ came to be, from the perspective of a kid who came from the Midwest and walked right into a nightmare.
99 DAYS is the story of Antoine Boshoso Davis, who is living the dream as a rookie homicide detective for the LAPD. But 12 years ago he was living a nightmare. As a young Hutu in Rwanda, Antoine was forced to become a child soldier with the rebel Hutu militia. Like so many others he was caught up in the slaughter of a country gone insane – murdering scores of men, women and children with a machete. Antoine fled Rwanda for LA, where he grew into a quiet, sensitive man with a deep need for justice – so he joined the LAPD.
Part 3 of the 5-part "Friendly Fire." While everyone anxiously awaits the verdict on the "Day 204" trial, Matty takes to the streets and visits the site of the massacre, the memorial, and talks to residents who got caught in the crossfire.