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Charley Vs Adolf,
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This review is from: Charleys War (Vol. 8): Hitlers Youth (Hardcover)
Yet more cracking stuff from Messers Pat Mills and Joe Colquhoun, with volume 8 we enter 1918 - though if memory serves Charley goes on to serve through the Allied Invasion of Russia to support the White Army and makes an appearence in the opening year of WWII, so there's much more to come.
Again a cracking script is brought alive by the art of the Late Joe Colquhoun, his attention to detail is stunning and the aerial sequences with Wilf in RFC are brilliant.
Having Adolf Hitler in boys comic strip in the 1980's as somebody other than a full blown Nazi monster was new and dangerous ground, a few years later when a comic strip featuring young Adolf visting his brother in Liverpool appeared "The New Adventures of Hitler" a hissy fit ensued. Pat Mills handles this storyline well and it's throughly researched, hats off to Mr Mills.
Roll on Volume 9.