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|Artist(s):||Sam Glanzman, All|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Interior Page|
|Added to Site:||6/22/2017|
Description: Page 16 from the second A Sailor’s Story graphic novel, which was written and drawn by Sam Glanzman (pencils & inks), and published by Marvel Comics. In 1987.
A Sailor’s Story essentially continued Glanzman’s semi-autobiographical stories about his time serving aboard the Navy Destroyer, USS Stevens, during World War II.
In this page, close inshore, an LCI was getting pounded by enemy fire. Tearing in at flank speed, the USS Stevens banged away at shore batteries. Some of the Stevens crew not t gun stations sauntered over to the starboard side to see the “show,” much to the dismay of their Skipper who informed the sightseers to knock it off as they were close enough inshore that Japanese rifle fire was scoring hits on their starboard!
This page is also page 14 in the Dover Books collection of both Sailor Story graphic novels!
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