In 2010 it was our distinct privilege to bring you the English edition of Jacques Tardi's World War I tale It Was the War of the Trenches, widely acknowledged by readers, critics, and award committees as a comics masterpiece. In just 3 months or so we’ll be following that up with Tardi’s second WWI masterwork, Goddamn This War!
Tracing the “progress” of the war year by year, from the perspective of an unnamed soldier, Goddamn unflinchingly chronicles the horror, boredom, frustration and despair of war for its ground-level participants as they grind through the gears of history. Providing further historical context is an extensive text section written by Tardi’s reserach partner, the historian Jean-Pierre Verney.
Production on the book is wrapping and it’s off to the printer for release in about 3 months, and this is your first look at the final cover design. We’re taking pre-orders right now (as well as for a specially discounted set of Goddamn and Trenches together).

In 2010 it was our distinct privilege to bring you the English edition of Jacques Tardi's World War I tale It Was the War of the Trenches, widely acknowledged by readers, critics, and award committees as a comics masterpiece. In just 3 months or so we’ll be following that up with Tardi’s second WWI masterwork, Goddamn This War!

Tracing the “progress” of the war year by year, from the perspective of an unnamed soldier, Goddamn unflinchingly chronicles the horror, boredom, frustration and despair of war for its ground-level participants as they grind through the gears of history. Providing further historical context is an extensive text section written by Tardi’s reserach partner, the historian Jean-Pierre Verney.

Production on the book is wrapping and it’s off to the printer for release in about 3 months, and this is your first look at the final cover design. We’re taking pre-orders right now (as well as for a specially discounted set of Goddamn and Trenches together).

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  8. dustinweaver said: Thanks for the Tardi, Fantagraphics. So looking forward to this
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