Some articles on war, star spangled war:
... The War that Time Forgot was created by writer/editor Robert Kanigher and artists Ross Andru and Mike Esposito in Star Spangled War Stories #90 (May 1960) ... in which soldiers and sailors of World War I are stranded on a dinosaur-haunted land in the Antarctic ... Among them are two soldiers named Larry and Charlie (Star Spangled War Stories #90, 92), the airborne brothers Henry, Steve and Tommy Frank a.k.a ...
1 includes Star Spangled War Stories #134 "The Killing Ground" by Robert Kanigher and Neal Adams and Star Spangled War Stories #144 "Death Takes No Holiday" by Kanigher, Adams, and Joe Kubert, 192 pages, January 2009 ... M." and Star Spangled War Stories #180 "Return" both by Gerry Boudreau and Walt Simonson, 208 pages, June 1989, ISBN 0930289412 Showcase Presents The War that Time Forgot Vol. 1 (Star Spangled War Stories #90-137 "The War that Time Forgot") Showcase Presents Enemy Ace Vol ...
Famous quotes containing the words war, star and/or spangled:
“Every country we conquer feeds us. And these are just a few of the good things well have when this war is over.... Slaves working for us everywhere while we sit back with a fork in our hands and a whip on our knees.”
—Curtis Siodmak (19021988)
“When you wish upon a star your dreams come true.”
—Ned Washington (190l1976)
“Bare night is best. Bare earth is best. Bare, bare,
Except for our own houses, huddled low
Beneath the arches and their spangled air,
Beneath the rhapsodies of fire and fire,
Where the voice that is in us makes a true response....”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)