Battle Hymn

 BHFS   (Image, 2005)

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In the dark days of World War II, the Allies left no stone unturned in their efforts to battle the Nazis. Whether that meant creating their own heroes, like the Proud American or the Artificial Man; recruiting them, like Mr. Zip; or simply capturing them, as they schemed to do with the strange fish man that walked out of the ocean one night; there was nothing they wouldn’t attempt. Behind the scenes, away from the cameras and the press, the decision-makers for the United States and England plan to augment their troops with costumed super-heroes. Of course, not everything goes as smoothly as they hoped…

This clever title has an air of the sinister and mysterious about it, even while dealing with subjects and concepts that comics have touched for decades—in fact, since World War II itself. The title is written by B. Clay Moore and drawn in a grim, moody style by Jeremy Haun.

— Andy Richardson

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#1

  1/1/2005
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Different cover on both sidesB. Clay MooreJeremy Haun

#2

  4/1/2005
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Different cover on both sidesB. Clay MooreJeremy Haun

#3

  6/1/2005
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Flip Covers; Front Cover by Jeremy HaunB. Clay MooreJeremy Haun, Grant Bond

#4

  9/1/2005
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Flip Covers; Front Cover by Jeremy HaunB. Clay MooreJeremy Haun, Nick Dragotta, Shawn Crystal, Dave Bryant

#5

  10/1/2005
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 B. Clay MooreJeremy Haun

Book #1

 
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Collects series; ca. 2006B. Clay MooreJeremy Haun