This first outing gives you the feel of being caught smack in the middle of a massive chaos between people and military of the same race. But this time, the elements of war not only take in the typical lot of heavy artillery but also include chemical and bio weapons. Think Edsa Revolution gone totally berserk. Wood plays up a civil war scenario in the east coast side of the States where the public takes arms and demand autonomy from the Liberty City. The premise is unique as it gives a new slant on urban warfare. The gritty artwork rendered in DMZ complements the dark tone of entire series resembling Vertigo’s signature bleak, nihilistic urban appeal reminiscent in the likes of 100 Bullets.
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