The Black Heart Irregulars: Black Hearts Can't Be Broken

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Collecting issues #1-#5 of The Black Heart Irregulars, this is the complete story "Black Hearts Can't Be Broken"; In an Iraq of the near future, as America's presence becomes more and more entrenched, elements of American culture have started to seep into the urban landscape of Baghdad. In the green zone, a coffee shop, ubiquitous in the United States, opens up, declaring itself a beacon of change. The proprietor, portraying an image of the American 1950s caters to a clientele of expatriate contractors, intelligence operatives, and an emerging clique of modern Iraqi youth who are looking beyond Iraq for cultural cues from the world at large. Maybe they just like the chocolate malts. Today, the door is locked, and the proprietor, the mysterious Mr. Fifty, is holding interviews for a very special job position: International Terrorist. The Black Heart Irregulars are created by Writer Neil Hendrick. Super Cool art comes from Ulises Carpintero.
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  • By Rick Dakan
    Oct 15, 2009
    "G. I. Jihadi " Published in: Columbus Alive Date Posted: 09/02/2005 Author: J. Caleb Mozzocco The comics industry has been uncharacteristically shy with the war in Iraq. Oh, it’s flirted with her a little: talked about her in a vague, general way, cast sidelong looks at her, alluded to her, but nothing more serious. The Justice League, for example, spent some time in space weighing the morality of preemptive war on the alien planet of “Kylaq,” then a few months later the evil American president/supervillain Lex Luthor announced his intention to preemptively invade the sovereign foreign nation “Qurac” using shaky intelligence—in a bad dream of Superman’s. Meanwhile, Marvel Comics’ premiere super-team, The Ultimates, have been conducting military action against an unnamed Middle Eastern power, one that seems to be a mixture of Iran and Iraq. While the most-read, major, mainstream comic companies dance around the war, seemingly wanting to comment on it without offending... More > half their readership, no comic book writers have stormed right up to her, grabbed her by the waist and asked her to dance yet. At least, not until the first issue of writer Neil Hendrick’s The Black Heart Irregulars dropped. --Continue Reading this review at:< Less
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September 30, 2011
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