Member Since 2006
|Artist(s):||Sam Glanzman, All|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Complete Story|
|Added to Site:||6/22/2017|
Description: Complete 6-page story entitled ”Enemy In Green”, drawn by Sam Glanzman (pencils & inks) which was done for Marvel Comics’ Semper Fi title circa 1989. I did an extensive online search to determine which issue this was published in and came up empty. It is possible it is unpublished as it did not appear in any of the nine issues of that title.
Marines Whittier and Jessup practice their hand to hand combat with the former getting the upper hand. Jessup isn’t pleased and punches him in the face! It turns out Jessup has it in for him because dated a girl who’d dumped him. They move on to the obstacle course with the rest of their platoon where Whittier offers Jessup a helping hand and is rejected. Next, they practice tossing live grenades but Whittier fumbles and is slightly injured from the blast! The next day on liberty, some of them are swimming in the ocean and Jessup goes out a little too far and gets a cramp. Whittier saves him but Jessup tells him he’s still a punk! Can you beat that?
This story is an excellent example of Glanzman’s work!
Temporarily NFS - Sorry!
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