RICH REVIEWS: Martian Comics # 7

Title: Martian Comics # 7
Publisher: Martian Lit
Writer: Julian Darius
Pencils: Sergio Tarquini
Inks: Sara Nietto
Colors: R.L. Campos
Letters: Steven Legge
Cover Art: Andre Siregar
Cover Colors: Donovan Yaciuk
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “New Frontiers,” Part 2 In Vietnam the Viet Minh had a war going on and the United States was involved. This war also involved the French, Japanese and North and South Korea were divided. In South Vietnam Diem was ‘Elected’ and his rule was fraught with problems. Diem and the then President Kennedy were assassinated.
Johnson was a President that finally stood up to the Klan. He did push for equality of races. Which caused strife.
This man possessed by a Martian just loves helping to create wars by giving a little push here or there. He makes tons of money by selling weapons and equipment.
The United States army here is shown in a very unflattering light. The United States government sends its soldiers over to Vietnam and how they act and what they do is deplorable while one man or rather one Martian profits from it.
War is profitable and people do get rich from it. This issue focuses on that. We see the one profiting has no moral values at all. He is a businessman and shown with no heart at all.

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