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Civil War Comic Books

Volume 1 First Bull Run
(Item #: S50)

This was the first major battle of the Civil War. The Union army marched from Washington D.C. with the expectation that following this battle they would proceed to Richmond, Virginia, the Confederate capital, and end the war. Instead, the Union army was defeated, the South had a new military hero, General T.S. "Stonewall" Jackson, and the divided nation prepared for a prolonged and devastating war. Part of the historical comic book series "Epic Battles of the Civil War," which were produced by noted Historians in cooperation with the world-famous Marvel Entertainment Group.

Written by William Messner-Loebs and Richard Rockwell
Illustrated by Nick Choles
Size: 6.5" x 10"
48 pages

Volume 2 Shiloh
(Item #: S51)

The Confederate army began their battle for control of the Western front with an early morning surprise attack. Union General Ulysses S. Grant was caught off guard, and pulled back his troops to Pittsburgh Landing on the Tennessee River. On the second day, Grant ordered a counter-attack, and the Union army aided by reinforcements, drove a battered Confederate army to retreat. Part of the historical comic book series "Epic Battles of the Civil War," which were produced by noted Historians in cooperation with the world-famous Marvel Entertainment Group.

Written by William Messner-Loebs and John Ford
Illustrated by Gary Morrow
Size: 6.5" x 10"
48 pages

Volume 3 Antietam
(Item #: S52)

Antietam proved to be a major turning point in the war. It ended the Confederate invasion of the North, and with it the possibility of England and France recognizing an independent Confederacy. The Union victory also provided President Lincoln with the political opportunity to issue the Emancipation Proclamation. Part of the historical comic book series "Epic Battles of the Civil War," which were produced by noted Historians in cooperation with the world-famous Marvel Entertainment Group.

Written by John Ford
Penciled by Angelo Torres
Size: 6.5" x 10"
48 pages

Volume 4 Gettysburg
(Item #: S53)

The most remembered battle of the Civil War. The South needed a major victory, especially one on Union soil. After Three days of bitter fighting, however, the Confederacy army was forced to retreat, never again to mount a major offensive. The human cost of Gettysburg was astounding. More than 51,000 men- 23,000 for the Union, 28,000 for the Confederates, almost one third of the men involved- were killed, wounded or missing. Part of the historical comic book series "Epic Battles of the Civil War," which were produced by noted Historians in cooperation with the world-famous Marvel Entertainment Group.

Written by George Woodbridge and Will Shetterly
Penciled by George Woodbridge
Size: 6.5" x 10"
48 pages



 

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