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"A hard-hitting, history-drenched account of World War II's Battle of the Bulge."

- Nick Davis - Missoula News

The Creative Team

CHUCK BRODELL has been writing and illustrating comics since he was 13 years old. Those early efforts have, thankfully. disappeared into a black hole. In later years he has worked for Caliber Press, Malibu Comics, Brainstorm Comics, Alpha Productions, TSR, Steve Jackson Games. etc. His graphic novels include Witness to War, Lunatic Fringe, and Mean Street. He currently lives in Montana, and spends a lot of time searching for the illusive two-headed Cutthroat Trout and avoiding encounters with any kind of bear.

Inspired by Actual Events

Fictionalized account of the little known story of female war correspondents and the role they played in reporting the events of WWII back home from the front lines.

An account of the Battle of the Bulge told from the perspective of a female journalist who becomes trapped in the incredible struggle to hold off the German Army. The Battle of the Bulge...the Watch on the Rhine...the Ardennes Offensive...whatever name is used for this epic battle, it involved over a million men and was the largest land battle that the United States Army was involved in during the Second World War. This fictional account of Anna Krieg, a female news correspondent who is embedded with an American platoon in the Ardennes forest during the incredible saga of the last ditch effort by the German Army to reverse the tide of war strikes a true chord of dealing with the nature and the horror of war. Written and illustrated by Chuck Bordell, this graphic novel immerses itself in a realistic approach to warfare through the eyes of a naïve and innocent woman who finds herself trapped in a war she only thought she understood.



Written by: Chuck Bordell

Art by: Chuck Bordell

​Cover by: Don Lomax

Pages: 102

Print: Black and White


ISBN: 978-1635299700

​$ 14.99 US

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