Nam (1986 series) #01-13 [SET] — Volume 01: The First Tour

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Don't worry about choosing sides, because this far into the heart of darkness, things get pretty gray.

1966; Welcome to the 'Nam.

Report for your First Tour...

365 and a Wake-Up!

Follow Private Ed Marks and his fellow soldiers through a jungle of blood, lies, betrayal and valor.

It's the war that defined a generation, where the heroes may not be super, but they're all too human.

Follow P.F.C. Ed Marks on his Year-Long Deployment in Vietnam during the War.

 

 

Collecting issues #1-13.

 

 

The 'Nam (1986 series) #1
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / Armando Gil. 
“First Patrol” 
The reality of life and battle in the bases and jungles of Vietnam as seen through the eyes of P.F.C. Marks and his platoon reveals heroism and cowardice, and the corruption that protects the cowards!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #2
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / Armando Gil. 
“Dust Off” 
The reality of life and battle in the bases and jungles of Vietnam as seen through the eyes of P.F.C. Marks and his platoon reveals heroism and cowardice, and the corruption that protects the cowards!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #3
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / Armando Gil. 
"3-Day Pass" 
P.F.C. Ed Marks and his buddies take a well-earned leave to Saigon and discover that this city of earthly delights possesses some very real dangers as well!
The 'Nam (1986 series) #4
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / Pepe Moreno.
"Six O'Clock News"
Ed is selected to go on a mission that will be filmed for the six o'clock news by correspondent Dennis Lawrence.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #5
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / John Beatty.  
"Humpin' the Boonies”
Frontline heroism contrasts with base camp corruption when Ed Marks embarks on his first patrol as a corporal, and his superior, Sgt. Polkow, confronts the base's corrupt Master Sergeant.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #6
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / John Beatty. 
"Monsoon" 
Corporal Ed Marks learns how war is waged in the middle of the rainy season of Vietnam.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #7
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / Bob McLeod. 
"Good Old Days" 
Duong, a Kit-Carson scout for the U.S. Army, tells the story of how he has fought for his country and eventually left the communist forces and joined the Americans.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #8
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / John Beatty.  
"In the Underground" and "Tunnel Rat" 
The lives of the men known as Tunnel Rats are hauntingly revealed in two gripping stories of the Vietnam War. Who are Tunnel Rats? What exactly do they do? And why are their lives measured not in months and years, but in minutes...and inches! And what happens when a Tunnel Rat tries for one last tunnel?
The 'Nam (1986 series) #9
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / John Beatty.  
"Pride Cometh" 
It's war at its most brutal level when Cpl. Ed Marks and his friends are thrust into one of the worst battles of the Vietnam War.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #10
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / John Beatty.  
"Guerrilla Action”
Just what do the citizens of Saigon think of the American soldiers in their country? Cpl. Ed Marks and his friends discover the gritty truth when they become a part of the security force assigned to patrol the South Vietnamese capitol during that country's National Day celebrations.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #11
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / John Beatty.  
"'Tis the Season" 
Cpl. Marks' first Christmas in Vietnam forces him to reassess his old beliefs in face of the war-torn reality around him.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #12
By Doug Murray & John Severin. 
"From Cedar Falls, with Love" 
John Severin does a fill-in issue on art and Doug Murray gives us a letter home from Ed Marks as the boys of the 23rd take part in Operation: Cedar Falls.
The 'Nam (1986 series) #13
By Doug Murray & Michael Golden / Bob Camp. 
"...and a Wakeup" 
CPL Ed Marks may be getting ready to end his tour of duty, but he's still got to go out on patrol. And while there, he witnesses the first use of the toxic defoliant, Agent Orange!