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36 Responses to “Chapter 7: “Mogadishu””

  1. b.k.thompson Says:


  2. Tim Hamilton Says:

    Still all good.
    Christian commander. Heh.

  3. Spider DelSol Says:

    Just read all the way from the beginning in one sitting. Nice comic, yo! Keep up the good work

  4. Rey Says:

    When is this going to be turned into a movie???!!!

  5. Freelance Johnson Says:

    Antoine, it’s fucking great. I love that you can make fun of yourself.
    I want a signed copy, and an animated guest-star appearance. Keep it up Bone

  6. Anthony Lapp Says:

    Big E – thanks dude. Your site/work looks incredible. How you been? Where’s my flak jacket?

  7. Patrick Says:

    Wow. This is phenominal. Just read it from the beginning, and it’s just stunning.
    I can’t wait for no.8

  8. Freelance Johnson Says:

    I sold your flak jacket on e-bay to a GNN cult follower, I told him that the sweat stains were from you, not me – got an extra $1000 for that. I know where the dude lives, close by – I’ll get it back, sneak into his garage under the cover of firework celebrations…
    I should be in NYC September, I’ll bring it then. Now what about my guest appearance in shooting war?

  9. Anthony Lapp Says:

    E – No worries.
    I’ll see what I can do. I have a lot of cameo requests…
    Let’s hang in Sept. No flaking.

  10. Craig Struthers Says:

    I just stumbled onto your story by accident and read the complete 7 chapters. Man that is a really cool story and the way you combine your art work with the real background pictures is incredible. I can hardly wait for chapter 8 and then for chapter9 etc… Great job simply brilliant.

  11. cmonster Says:

    Interesting. But borderline cliche. Amp it up. Lock and load with the ideas and the characters, not just with the art work.

  12. Tony Says:

    Make sure you represent the Spec Ops, keep up the good work

  13. jason Says:

    The first issues bordered on brilliant. Believable speculations about the future of politics and media. Recently, your political commentary is becoming less subtle. I think you are spending too much time getting blowjobs by all your fanboys and it is affecting your storyline.

    What was the plot of this episode? Oh yeah, lets be ‘ironic’ by having a christian commander say the eff word each time he speaks – edgy. Pathetic actually. I’m sure every one at your posse party will drool over it though.

  14. Anthony Lapp Says:

    the blow jobs have been phenomenal
    in all seriousness, thanks for the feedback
    it’s interesting, several people have said Crash seems over the top
    to that I can only refer you to this:
    again, thanks for the comments, good and bad

  15. mike Says:

    i can respect what this comic dose or is trying to do but it just seems too biased and too impractical i get the whole u.s. death squad but the skull masks are just too much for my taste…..

  16. Darrell31316 Says:

    Excellent strip, I’m at chapter seven. Having been to Iraq a couple of times, it brings back memories. Bad ones. But a good strip nontheless, very authentic.

  17. poseur/noob Says:

    A comment from the years-out-of-touch old fart department:

    Was the shortened T on Crowley’s face a “Tommy” reference?
    By the way, I don’t know jack about comix, graphic novels, or blogging; but I’m blown away.

  18. Zvika Says:

    ^he’s kidding about the cross on crash’s face, right? please tell me you knew it was a cross.

  19. Some OS /bin/login Says:

    I have to agree that the politics is going downhill a bit. And the graphics look a bit rushed too, for that matter. Trying to make deadlines?

    As they’re saying: you’re probably taking too much time off for wind therapy. Go deep young man — go DEEP. This is getting a bit too liberal,, too “mainstream”. Too suburban. Veer to the left again: obstacle ahead!

  20. Bleh Says:

    The reference to the Eddie Adams photo (General Nguyen Ngoc Loan Executing a Viet Cong Prisoner in Saigon) was a bit blatant. So, bleh.

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    The leader with the cross/label whatever on his face is awesome.

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