Will You Sympathize with a Nazi Jazz Enthusiast in Next Week's War is Hell #1?

In next week's War is Hell, part of Marvel's 80th-anniversary celebration, Howard Chaykin introduces an unusual protagonist: a Luftwaffe pilot named Altbusser…

…with an affinity for jazz music, outlawed by his Nazi government.

As the tide of the war shifts in the Allies' favor, Altbusser remains a music lover, even saving some records from a fire. He also demonstrates he doesn't necessarily agree with the principles of the Nazis.

Altbusser reasons he fights for Nazi Germany out of patriotism.

But is that really any excuse? (Hint: no.)

The issue also features a story by Phillip Kennedy Johnson set in modern-day Afghanistan, though we don't see that in the preview.

War is Hell #1 hits stores next Wednesday.

War is Hell #1
(W) Howard Chaykin, Phillip Kennedy Johnson (A) Howard Chaykin, More (CA) Dan Panosian
In honor of Marvel's 80th Anniversary and history with War Comics comes a brand new edition of WAR IS HELL with two fascinating and soul-crushing tales of War. "In the Mood" by Howard Chaykin takes you to the skies as the Luftwaffe and RAF battle over the English Channel for a battle tale of bitter irony and "War Glammer" by Phillip Kennedy Johnson brings you back to Earth in modern day Afghanistan with a story that will chill you to the bone.
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 23, 2019
SRP: $3.99


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