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HIGH SHINING BRASS

The true story of an American spy during the Vietnam War.
A powerful look inside the shadowy world of the CIA.

High Shining Brass tells the actual story of a soldier named Robert Durand who fought in the Vietnam conflict. Durand was a member of a black-ops team, code-named “Shining Brass.” This graphic novel depicts the horrific atrocities witnessed and performed by the once naïve special forces member as he attempts to perform his duties and understand the true meaning behind the madness.

 

Durand’s group was under the command of a combined force, comprised of every branch of the services, and headed up by the ever-popular Central Intelligence Committee. It’s a journey into a shadow world of treachery and deceit—and critical of the way lives of Americans were traded about carelessly during the war in Vietnam.

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DON LOMAX was drafted into the army in the fall of 1965. In 1966 he was deployed to Vietnam, serving in the 98th Light Equipment Company. During his tour of duty he made notes and sketches that would become his reference material for the Harvey Award-nominated VIETNAM JOURNAL. In addition to VIETNAM JOURNAL, Lomax contributed stories to TWO-FISTED TALES, created the mini-series HIGH SHINING BRASS about covert operations in Vietnam, and was also the the writer for 'THE NAM and THE PUNISHER for Marvel Comics. Lomax has four children. His two sons are in the military, one a Chinook crew chief and the second a Green Beret in the First Special Forces Group. Lomax lives in Illinois with his wife Zenadia.

Written and illustrated by Don Lomax, the man behind the critically acclaimed Vietnam Journal series. And writer/illustrator on MARVEL's THE 'NAM and PUNISHER.

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Written by: Don Lomax

Art by: Don Lomax


Pages: 116

Print: Black and White

Soft Cover

​ISBN:  978-1635299854

$14.99 US