Finally, the acclaimed series from Don Lomax, nominated for a Harvey Award, will be presented in a series of graphic novels collecting the entire series. Picked by Entertainment Weekly as “a graphic novel you should own" and recommended by the Military History Book Club, Vietnam Journal is written and drawn by Don Lomax, a Vietnam War veteran.
Interview with Don Lomax at Talking Transfuzion
Vietnam Journal is a look at the Vietnam War through the eyes of a war journalist as it chronicles the lives and events of soldiers on the front line during the Vietnam War. “A powerful collection of stories and history of the Vietnam War, created by a veteran of both the war and of war comics “ ----Douglas P. Dave, School Library Journal
140 PAGES, $17.99,
Vietnam Journal 2- Iron Triangle
The acclaimed series from Don Lomax continues in this second trade paperback collecting the entire series. The four issues contained in this volume were originally published by Apple Comics (#5-#8) and issue 8 and 9 have never been reprinted before so this volume is a chance for long time fans to finally get the whole saga of “The Iron Triangle” in its entirety.
136 Pages, black and white, $17.99 ISBN: 978-0-941613-32-3
VIETNAM JOURNAL 3- From the Delta to Dak To
The acclaimed series from Don Lomax continues in this third trade paperback collecting the entire series. The four issues contained in this volume were originally published by Apple Comics (#9-#112) have never been reprinted before so this volume is a chance for long time fans to finally get the whole saga of “From the Delta to Dak To” in its entirety.
136 Pages, black and white, $17.99
VIETNAM JOURNAL 4- M.i.a.
The acclaimed series from Don Lomax continues in this fourth trade paperback collecting the entire series and it is the first time that these issues have ever been collected. A great chance for fans to finally get the acclaimed issues originally published by Apple Comics (#13-#15). “Journal” is a journalist who finds that when you enter a war, there is no way to stay as a non-combatant. “..the best war comic in more than 35 years…grade A+”—Don Thompson, Comic Buyers Guide
136 Pages, black and white, $17.99
VIETNAM JOURNAL 5-TET '68
For the first time, the saga of the Tet Offensive is compiled into trade paperback! Tet '68 stands alone yet continues the Vietnam Journal saga as creator Don Lomax used his six issue series collection to spotlight what many have called the turning point of the Vietnam War. Although it was a military victory for the United States, the ramifications of the Tet Offensive drove American public opinion against the war, led to the highest casualty rates of U.S. soldiers, and re-energized the draft. The Tet Offensive was the beginning of the end to the Vietnam War.
162 pages, black and white trade, 18.99
VIETNAM JOURNAL 6- Bloodbath at Khe Sanh
The final chapter of the original Vietnam Journal series is concluded in this collection of the Apple issues. The battle of Khe Sanh was a bloody siege as American Troops were isolated and under constant bombardment for over two months before the siege was finally broken. Also included in this collection is the entire four issues of HIGH SHINING BRASS, the follow up to the original Vietnam Journal series. Creator Don Lomax has entrenched his Vietnam Journal as one of the most realistic graphic representations of the Vietnam War.
168 Pages, black and white, $18.99
Vietnam Journal 7-Valley of Death
In addition to the storyline of the “Valley of Death”, this collection will also have the complete follow up storyline, “Hamburger Hill” which was released through Gallery Magazine and not previously available to the comics market. “Vietnam Journal by Don Lomax is the best comic book portrayal of Vietnam I have ever read. Its probably one of the best works ever put down in any art form about the war.”--- Daniel Robert Epstein
194 Pages, black and white, $19.99
This volume compiles the never collected material of “Brain Dead Horror” which ran on Vietnam Journal Continuum over the last few years. Featuring Journal impersonating an officer and having to lead the men in combat! This collection will also have the short tales of “Dustoff” and “Zipper Raid” With Vietnam Journal now part of the War Stories website and his interview on the History Channel’s website, creator Don Lomax has expanded his Vietnam Journal awareness.
160 Pages, black and white, $17.99 ISBN: 978-0-9826549-2-7