See war through the eyes of
those who witnessed it, those who dreamed about it, and those whose job was to make you want to be part of it.
Classic comic books about conflicts from cavemen to Cainus Major!
"Remember the Alamo!" to "Remember the Maine!" most wars have one such
atrocity which ends up inspiring even greater levels of valor against an
evil foe. The War Against Belzar was no different...
Art for this story from Ziff-Davis' SpaceBusters #2 (1952) was by Murphy Anderson, who had just left the Buck Rogers newspaper strip for new challenges.
remaining stories are by other artists, but Murphy did a couple of
one-page features we'll be presenting later on.
With North Korea again threatening nuclear war...
...let's look at how we viewed a possible atomic war during the first Korean conflict!
Admittedly, in 1954, when Combat Casey #19 was published by Atlas (later Marvel), scientific analysis of actual a-bomb explosions was limited, but I find it hard to believe that this was the cutting-edge of nuclear knowledge.