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Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus

Terminal Lance
Author: Maximilian Uriarte
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 031641221X
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The ultimate collection from Maximilian Uriarte, author of The New York Times bestselling The White Donkey and creator of the world's most popular military comic strip. The eagerly awaited Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus will finally deliver the complete collection that fans of the military's most popular comic strip have been clamoring for. With over 500 strips, the collection will feature hundreds of the serialized comics published on terminallance.com, with additional comics previously published only on Marine Corps Times newspaper, and new, never-before-published comics. The Omnibus also includes Uriarte's signature blog entries and previously unpublished bonus material. Covering a wide range of topics, including the rules governing the wearing of military uniforms, the most popular (and the most disgusting) MREs, the difficulty of keeping a long-distance relationship alive across thousands of miles, and the struggles marines face upon returning home, Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus provides a hilarious and deeply intelligent look into every aspect of life for American Marines.
Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Maximilian Uriarte
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-04-24 - Publisher: Hachette UK
The ultimate collection from Maximilian Uriarte, author of The New York Times bestselling The White Donkey and creator of the world's most popular military comic strip. The eagerly awaited Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus will finally deliver the complete collection that fans of the military's most popular comic strip have been clamoring for. With over 500 strips, the collection will feature hundreds of the serialized comics published on terminallance.com, with additional comics previously published only on Marine Corps Times newspaper, and new, never-before-published comics. The Omnibus also includes Uriarte's signature blog entries and previously unpublished bonus material. Covering a wide range of topics, including the rules governing the wearing of military uniforms, the most popular (and the most disgusting) MREs, the difficulty of keeping a long-distance relationship alive across thousands of miles, and the struggles marines face upon returning home, Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus provides a hilarious and deeply intelligent look into every aspect of life for American Marines.
The White Donkey: Terminal Lance
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Maximilian Uriarte
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-04-19 - Publisher: Little, Brown
A graphic novel of war and its aftermath. A powerful, compulsively page-turning, vivid, and moving tribute to the experience of war and PTSD, The White Donkey tells the story of Abe, a young Marine recruit who experiences the ugly, pedestrian, and often meaningless side of military service in rural Iraq. He enlists in hopes of finding that missing something in his life but comes to find out that it's not quite what he expected. Abe gets more than he bargained for when his journey takes him to the middle east in war-torn Iraq. This is a story about a Marine, written and illustrated by a Marine, and is the first graphic novel about the war in Iraq from a veteran. The White Donkey explores the experience of being a Marine, as well as the challenges that veterans face upon their return home, and its raw power will leave you in awe.
Terminal Lance
Language: en
Pages: 123
Authors: Maximilian Uriarte
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-07-15 - Publisher:
Since January of 2010, the hit webcomic "Terminal Lance" has been taking the Marine Corps by storm. For the first time ever, the first one-hundred strips are available in one book: RIGHT HERE!Not only that, the blog posts from the website are preserved here for your reading pleasure. Everything from ridiculous tattoos to the dreaded "Dependapotamus" are presented here in their full glory, from creator and former Terminal Lance Corporal, Maximilian Uriarte. All of the comics and blog posts are left completely uncensored, so be warned, this crude humor isn't for the faint of heart.
Terminal Lance
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Maximilian Uriarte
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-12-05 - Publisher:
The story of a United States Marine and his surreal journey to Iraq and returning home.
Battle Born
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: Maximilian Uriarte
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-05-12 - Publisher: Little, Brown
The new graphic novel by the New York Times bestselling author, a heartbreaking and visceral examination of prejudice and the military remnants of colonialism set against the stark beauty of Afghanistan's mountain villages Lapis Lazuli is a rich blue semi-precious gemstone found deep within the Saresang Mountains of Afghanistan's Badakhshan province. For thousands of years, the people of Badakhshan have lived peacefully, seemingly untouched by time itself. However, in recent years, war has found its way into these remote villages, as the Taliban have sought the riches buried within the mountains of Badakhshan. This extremist group of Taliban fighters, known to the locals as the Horsemen, have recently taken control of the lucrative gemstone export market, focusing much of their energy on the sale of Lapis Lazuli. At the behest of the fledgling Afghan government, United States Marines are sent to this treacherous and remote region to combat the Taliban and restore the gemstone trade to the people of the mountains. Led by Sergeant King-a stoic and commanding presence whose contained exterior hides a violent shadow-the Marines find themselves in an epic clash of kings for control of the Badakhshan Mountains. Battle Born is about violence in all its forms--"civilized"
Terminal Lance: #1-100 Compilation :
Language: en
Pages: 115
Authors: Maximilian Uriarte
Categories: Comic books, strips, etc
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011 - Publisher:
Books about Terminal Lance: #1-100 Compilation : "knife Hands!"
Different Drummers
Language: en
Pages: 214
Authors: Tad Tuleja
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-01 - Publisher: University Press of Colorado
Different Drummers explores the disjunction between organizational solidarity and individual pushback in military organizations, examining how members of the armed forces express ambivalent attitudes about their service. The volume focuses not on antimilitary sentiment but on psychological complexity within a loyal opposition, considering examples of creative insubordination and analyzing the “oppositional positioning” of individuals whose military identity is conflicted. This multidisciplinary collection brings in the perspectives of scholars from folklore, literary studies, psychology, and media studies, as well as the first-person perspectives of veterans. It includes chapters on the vernacular genres of bodylore, folksong, personal narrative, and legend; literary items like soldiers’ memoirs and poetry; the artwork of soldier cartoonists; and accounts of defying the chain of command in the field. Ideally, the goal of military basic training is to replace recruits’ focus on their own individuality with an unquestioned devotion to group solidarity. In reality, unit cohesion is constantly challenged by humans clinging obstinately to their non-collective personalities. Different Drummers focuses on those in uniform who feel themselves to be both of the military culture and at odds with it. It shows how these loyal “discontents” find ways of communicating and interacting with others that sometimes defy institutional expectations.
Beyond Post-Traumatic Stress
Language: en
Pages: 318
Authors: Sarah Hautzinger, Jean Scandlyn
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-12-15 - Publisher: Left Coast Press
This book argues for a new approach to combat stress and trauma that sees these “invisible wounds of war” not just as individual medical pathologies but as social phenomena demanding a collective reconciliation with the post-9/11 wars.
The Comic Art of War
Language: en
Pages: 252
Authors: Christina M. Knopf
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-07-14 - Publisher: McFarland
For military cartoonists the absurdity of war inspires a laugh-or-cry response and provides an endless source of un-funny amusement. Cartoons by hundreds of artists-at-arms from more than a dozen countries and spanning two centuries are included in this study--the first to consider such a broad range of military comics. War and military life are examined through the inside jokes of the men and women who served. The author analyzes themes of culture, hierarchy, enemies and allies, geography, sexuality, combat, and civilian relations and describes how comics function within a community. A number of artists included were known for their work with Disney, Marvel Comics, the New Yorker and Madison Avenue but many lesser known artists are recognized.
Performativity, Cultural Construction, and the Graphic Novel
Language: en
Pages: 272
Authors: Leigh Anne Howard, Susanna Hoeness-Krupsaw
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-09-30 - Publisher: Routledge
Performance, Social Construction and the Graphic Narrative draws on performance studies scholarship to understand the social impact of graphic novels and their sociopolitical function. Addressing issues of race, gender, ethnicity, race, war, mental illness, and the environment, the volume encompasses the diversity and variety inherent in the graphic narrative medium. Informed by the scholarship of Dwight Conquergood and his model for performance praxis, this collection of essays makes links between these seemingly disparate areas of study to open new avenues of research for comics and graphic narratives. An international team of authors offer a detailed analysis of new and classical graphic texts from Mexico, India, and Canada as well as the US. Performance, Social Construction and the Graphic Narrative draws on performance studies scholarship to understand the social impact of graphic novels and their sociopolitical function. Addressing issues of race, gender, ethnicity, race, war, mental illness, and the environment, the volume encompasses the diversity and variety inherent in the graphic narrative medium. This book will be of interest to students and scholars in the areas of communication, literature, comics studies, performance studies, sociology, languages, English, and gender studies, and anyone with an interest in deepening their acquaintance with and understanding