Thursday, October 10, 2013

365 Days of DC House Ads, Day 283: Better pay attention, soldier, or the next thing you dig what's coming will be your own grave

"Dig What's Coming" house ad for G. I. Combat #127 (December 1967-January 1968); printed in Green Lantern (1960 series) #57 (December 1967)
Comic cover art: pencils and inks by Joe Kubert, letters by Ira Schnapp
"Dig What's Coming" pencilled, inked, and lettered by Henry Boltinoff


TB Tabby said...

"Dunno, Sarge. Freeing slaves, maybe?"
"Absol--well, okay."
"Defending yourself against a totalitarian aggressor?"
"All right, I'll grant you that, but--"
"Saving civilization from a horde of--"
"It doesn't do any good in the long run is what I'm saying, Nobby, if you'd listen for five seconds together."
"Yeah, but in the long run, what does, Sarge?"

Blam said...

"Hey! According to the lettercolumn Germany and Japan surrender in '45! These comics from the future are great"