I waited over nine months for my copy but I wasn’t disappointed. The soft cover format means the book is easy to read and the quality paper means the artwork is really vibrant. The artwork really does stand up even 30 years later but I admit to having a penchant for black and white line work.
There are 12-15 pages from 18 of the famous, and not so famous, scripts featured in Battle:
Of course Charley's War is already really well known, and being reprinted in hardback, but it was great to read Major Eazy and Darkie’s Mob again. The biggest surprise I got was at the end of the book where the publishers were advertising a new series of single strip books for 2010. I can’t wait.