A comic book classic with timely resonance blazing combat was an american war comics magazine published by warren publishing from 1965 to 1966 written and edited by archie goodwin with artwork by such industry notables as gene colan frank frazetta john severin alex toth al williamson russ heath reed crandall and wally wood it featured war stories in both contemporary and . The big weakness is the writing by archie goodwin yes blazing combat was a daring change in war comics and dealt with the horrors of war in a new and more realistic way but goodwins writing is rather one note and when presented with back to back stories starts to tire. Written by archie goodwin and drawn by such luminaries as frank frazetta wally wood john severin alex toth al williamson russ heath reed crandall and gene colan blazing combat was originally published by independent comics publisher james warren in 1965 and 66. Writer archie goodwin and the original publisher james warren discuss the death of blazing combat and market censorship as well as the creative gestation of the series in exclusive interviews nominated for a 2010 will eisner comic industry award best archival collection project comic books
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