Sergeant Stiles’ hatred of the Nazis has got him right where he wants to be: sitting behind a high-velocity cannon with a mighty German tank in his sights. But Tigers are never more dangerous than when they’re cornered, and the Panzer crew will be only too happy to take their enemies with them. The cat and mouse battle is fought to the finish, as the second Battlefields arc concludes with a bang.

Writer: Garth Ennis
Penciller/Inker: Carlos Ezquerra
Covers: Garry Leach

Price: $3.50
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.6%
Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. Yup. There’s nothing to say really.

  2. I enjoyed the conclusion of this story. This was good.

  3. After this issue, I kinda want more Tankies!



  4. The end made me think of the end of night witches. Speaking of, I can’t wait to read the sequel, next month.

  5. That was the most exciting Tank action I have ever seen in any film or comic!

  6. Again, let me say if you are not reading this book, you are doing yourself a huge disservice. Especially if you’re interested in WWII. I think this is the best thing Ennis has done since Preacher. This has pathos without being melodramatic. Some of the stories have humor, but they also tear at your heart. The tank showdown in this issue was exciting – I had to consciously slow down to avoid reading through it so fast to see what would happen. I didn’t want to miss any of the dialogue. The art got a bit primitive in parts, but the characters and their expressions made up for it. I never understood why some people didn’t like the original Tankies arc – the dialogue and interplay between the characters was amazing. I’d love to see a TV series on HBO or some cable channel based on this series. This was almost my pick of the week. The art just didn’t compare to DC Universe Legacies.

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