Description - Fight to the Death by Richard Elson
The battle of Guadalcanal brutally shattered the myth of Japanese invincibility. August 7, 1942, marked the first American amphibious assault of World War II, and the first attempt to secure the Japanese-controlled island of Guadalcanal. Over 30,000 American and Japanese casualties were suffered during five months of some of the war's most vicious fighting. Vividly bringing to life the arduous struggle that faced soldiers such as valiant Medal of Honor winner Captain Joe Foss, this comic illustrates the Allies' first major offensive action of the Pacific War.
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(248mm x 170mm x 6mm)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Author Biography - Richard Elson
Larry Hama is best known as a writer and editor for Marvel Comics, where he was responsible for the G. I. Joe comic book of the 1980s, and for developing many of the G.I. Joe characters for Hasbro. His other comic book writing credits include Wolverine, Avengers, Elektra, Venom and Batman. Larry also created the Bucky O'Hare comic, which was also turned into a toy line and an animated TV series. He lives and works in New York. The author lives in New York, USA.