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Nam (1986) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Nam (1986) 1A
    Published Dec 1986 by Marvel.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.70) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: White
    • Direct Edition.
    • Label #77742A-146

    Vietnam the way it really was! Join Ed Marks and the men of the 23rd Infantry as they learn to survive in the steaming jungles of Southeast Asia. "First Patrol" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and Armando Gil. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #1B
    Nam (1986) 1B
    Tags: Reprint
    Published Dec 1986 by Marvel.

    2nd printing. Vietnam the way it really was! Join Ed Marks and the men of the 23rd Infantry as they learn to survive in the steaming jungles of Southeast Asia. "First Patrol" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and Armando Gil. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #2
    Nam (1986) 2
    Published Jan 1987 by Marvel.

    The reality of life and battle in the bases and jungles of Vietnam as seen through the eyes of Pfc. Marks and his platoon reveals heroism and cowardice, and the corruption that protects the cowards! "Dust Off" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and Armando Gil. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #3
    Nam (1986) 3
    Published Feb 1987 by Marvel.

    Pvt. 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! "3-Day Pass" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and Armando Gil. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #4
    Nam (1986) 4
    Published Mar 1987 by Marvel.

    Cover by Michael Golden. "Six O'Clock News," script by Doug Murray, pencils by Michael Golden, inks by Pepe Moreno; Various problems arise as an idiotic one-man news crew joins the soldiers on the front lines. 36 pgs., full color. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #5
    Nam (1986) 5
    Published Apr 1987 by Marvel.

    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 in "Humpin' the Boonies." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and John Beatty. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #6
    Nam (1986) 6
    Published May 1987 by Marvel.

    Corporal Ed Marks learns how war is waged in the middle of the rainy season of Vietnam in "Monsoon." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and John Beatty. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #7
    Nam (1986) 7
    Published Jun 1987 by Marvel.

    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. "Good Old Days" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant (20 pages) and Mike Golden & Bob McLeod (2 pages). Story contains elements of the true stories of three different Vietnamese soldiers. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #8
    Nam (1986) 8
    Published Jul 1987 by Marvel.

    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? "In the Underground" and "Tunnel Rat" are written by Doug Murray, with pencils by Mike Golden. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #9
    Nam (1986) 9
    Published Aug 1987 by Marvel.

    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. "Pride Cometh" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and John Beatty. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #10
    Nam (1986) 10
    Published Sep 1987 by Marvel.

    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. Written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and John Beatty. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #11
    Nam (1986) 11
    Published Oct 1987 by Marvel.

    Cpl. Marks' first Christmas in Vietnam forces him to reassess his old beliefs in face of the war-torn reality around him in "'Tis the Season." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and John Beatty. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #12
    Nam (1986) 12
    Published Nov 1987 by Marvel.

    Cover by Mike Golden. "From Cedar Falls, With Love," script by Doug Murray, art by John Severin; 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! 36 pgs., full color. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #13
    Nam (1986) 13
    Published Dec 1987 by Marvel.

    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! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Mike Golden and Bob Camp. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #14
    Nam (1986) 14
    Published Jan 1988 by Marvel.

    You'll get a rare opportunity to see war through the eyes of the men who fight it as a storyteller named Clark tells tales of the Vietnam War and World War II. Of course, that doesn't mean things are always the way Clark tells them! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and John Beatty. Cover by Bob Camp. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #15
    Nam (1986) 15
    Published Feb 1988 by Marvel.

    Ed Marks may be back in the States, but in some ways, his war has just begun! Get a firsthand glimpse of the life of a returning Vietnam vet in "Notes from the World." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by John Beatty. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #16
    Nam (1986) 16
    Published Mar 1988 by Marvel.

    Sergeant Polkow's being rotated out of his unit. But before anyone can think about who'll replace him, everyone is going to have to survive a not-so-friendly visit to some Vietnamese villages! "Good for the Goose" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by John Beatty. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #17
    Nam (1986) 17
    Published Apr 1988 by Marvel.

    New men join the company. But don't give any of them a long lease on life because the glory-grabbing Lt. Alarnick is going to get some of them killed when he takes Sgt. Little and the men on a search and destroy mission against the Viet Cong "Back in the Boonies." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #18
    Nam (1986) 18
    Published May 1988 by Marvel.

    Lieutenant Alarnick wants to cover himself in glory--by having his men wipe out a peaceful Vietnamese village! Can his men change his mind? And more importantly, when Alarnick's plan takes an unexpected turn, can they save his life? "Bombs Bursting" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by John Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #19
    Nam (1986) 19
    Published Jun 1988 by Marvel.

    When a tenderfoot Marine pilot is shot down, Squad Leader Phillips and his men try their best to get him to safety...and maybe even show him that there's more to war than just impersonal death from above! "Milk Run" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by John Beatty. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #20
    Nam (1986) 20
    Published Jul 1988 by Marvel.

    If you think you know all about Vietnam, you're in for a surprise. In this issue, we gain a different perspective on the war, through the eyes of the Royal Thai Army! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Bob Camp. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #21
    Nam (1986) 21
    Published Aug 1988 by Marvel.

    The wounded medic, Andy Clark, is awarded a Purple Heart. But it is a medal he believes that others need more than he does! But complicating his desire to give the medal to those who deserve it is girl trouble--South Vietnamese style! "Do Not Forsake Me" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Bob Camp. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #22
    Nam (1986) 22
    Published Sep 1988 by Marvel.

    As the Tet Offensive draws nearer, the men of the 23rd celebrate Thanksgiving in the field. But what they don't realize is that they're giving the enemy something to be thankful about, too! "Thanks for Thanksgiving" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Bob Camp. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #23
    Nam (1986) 23
    Published Oct 1988 by Marvel.

    As we near the Christmas Truce of 1967, a new recruit learns that spending the holidays far from home can make for a pretty "Blue Christmas"! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Frank Springer. Cover by Pepe Moreno. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #24
    Nam (1986) 24
    Published Nov 1988 by Marvel.

    North Vietnam launches the Tet Offensive and for the United States, it means that the war in Vietnam is lost! "Tet: Beginning of the End" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Andy Kubert. Cover price $1.25.

  • Issue #25
    Nam (1986) 25
    Published Dec 1988 by Marvel.

    Andy Clark and Jim Rubino are in the Khe Sanh to get help for Rubino's wounded leg. But Khe Sanh is the target for one of the first strikes in the Tet Offensive! Can they rescue an ancient city from the North Vietnamese onslaught? "City of Death" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Ron Wagner. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #26
    Nam (1986) 26
    Published Jan 1989 by Marvel.

    Over the past couple of years, we've seen a lot of characters finish their tours of duty and leave the 'Nam. But what happened to them next? You'll find out as we check up on Ed, Top, Rob, and all the rest in this special homefront issue! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #27
    Nam (1986) 27
    Published Feb 1989 by Marvel.

    Meet the luckiest soldier the 'Nam's ever seen! He's come through battle after battle without a scratch, and so has his whole unit. But what happens to this lucky guy when his luck finally runs out? "Like a Candle in the Wind" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Sam Glanzman. Cover by Ron Wagner. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #28
    Nam (1986) 28
    Published Mar 1989 by Marvel.

    Attempting to cut off a shipment of supplies, the men of the 23rd face a fateful choice: Will they cross the forbidden border into Cambodia or be killed by the Viet Cong convoy they've ambushed? "The Border Line" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #30
    Nam (1986) 30
    Published May 1989 by Marvel.

    The tension on the front line can cause anything to happen, and in "Bunker" it does! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Ron Wagner and Andy Kubert. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #31
    Nam (1986) 31
    Published Jun 1989 by Marvel.

    A wartime romance takes a tragic turn when a member of the 23rd Infantry sacrifices his honor, duty, and more in the name of love. "Fire and Ice" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Ron Wagner and Andy Kubert. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #32
    Nam (1986) 32
    Published Jul 1989 by Marvel.

    You know what has been going on in Vietnam during 1968. Now see how the Vietnam war almost tore apart America in "Land of the Free." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Ron Wagner and Bob McLeod. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #33
    Nam (1986) 33
    Published Aug 1989 by Marvel.

    "Back in the Saddle Again" is the tragic story of Specialist Daniels. He already served one tour of duty in Vietnam. Now, against his will, he is sent back. The experience has changed him...for the worse! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Wayne Vansant. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #35
    Nam (1986) 35
    Published Oct 1989 by Marvel.

    It's Christmas in Vietnam and Bob Hope is once again hosting a special USO show. But racial tensions in the Army ranks threaten to destroy what little holiday spirit is left! Plus, a special glimpse into the life of the soldier whose tour of duty started in #1, Ed Marks! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Wayne Vansant. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #36
    Nam (1986) 36
    Published Nov 1989 by Marvel.

    While politicians squabble about the shape of the table at the Paris Peace Talks, men continue to die in war-torn Vietnam, and racial tension explodes into violent conflict among the men of the 23rd! Written by Doug Murray, with art and cover by Wayne Vansant. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #37
    Nam (1986) 37
    Published Nov 1989 by Marvel.

    Racial tensions continue to escalate. And Pig gets blinded in combat! "Colorblind" is written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Wayne Vansant. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #38
    Nam (1986) 38
    Published Dec 1989 by Marvel.

    Minefields can be one of the most frightening things a soldier can face. And when the men of the 23rd find themselves in the middle of one, it's going to take all their nerve--and a miracle--for any of them to get out alive! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Mark Texeira? Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #39
    Nam (1986) 39
    Published Dec 1989 by Marvel.

    You've seen the Vietnam war through the frontline soldier's eyes. Now witness how the war tore apart the Vietnamese people! It's a tale of anguish and tragedy that's perhaps the most powerful 'NAM tale yet! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #40
    Nam (1986) 40
    Published Jan 1990 by Marvel.

    A special farewell to Sergeant Crews in his last issue as he recounts a tale of the Dong River in which a love of music almost kills an entire boat crew. Plus: An appearance by Richard M. Nixon. Written by Doug Murray, with art by Pepe Moreno. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #41
    Nam (1986) 41

    Ice's disgust over what's happening in Vietnam sets the stage for one of the most unusual, poignant 'NAM tales yet! In a war filled with so many villains, Ice needs not just a hero--he needs a super hero, and lots of 'em! So enter Iron Man, Thor and Captain America! Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Geof Isherwood. Cover by Ron Frenz and John Romita, Sr. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #42
    Nam (1986) 42
    Published Mar 1990 by Marvel.

    Intrigue, suspension, and racial tension explode in the court-martial inquiry of Lieutenant Biggs. Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Stan Drake. Cover by Mike Golden. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #43
    Nam (1986) 43
    Published Apr 1990 by Marvel.

    "It shouldn't have happened the way it did. There were five of them against me. Then four. Then three. Then me and just one poor slob. I don't remember much after that." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #44
    Nam (1986) 44
    Published May 1990 by Marvel.

    An ex-"Football Hero" becomes everything he despises when he confronts combat in the jungles of Vietnam. Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Art Nichols. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #45
    Nam (1986) 45
    Published Jun 1990 by Marvel.

    The United States forces invade Cambodia, and one experienced Marine has to survive the invasion while breaking in a raw recruit. Written by Doug Murray, with art by Wayne Vansant and Tony DeZuniga. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #46
    Nam (1986) 46
    Published Jul 1990 by Marvel.

    "On The Clock," script by Chuck Dixon, pencils by Wayne Vansant, inks by Tony DeZuniga; During the Cambodian Invasion, a green soldier is severely wounded on his first mission in the field; But somebody's taken the first aid kit! 36 pgs., full color. $1.50. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #47
    Nam (1986) 47
    Published Aug 1990 by Marvel.

    Two soldiers who hate each other must overcome their prejudices before the North Vietnamese army finds and kills them. Written by Jacqueline Zambrano, and illustrated by Wayne Vansant. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #48
    Nam (1986) 48
    Published Sep 1990 by Marvel.

    When you gamble in the 'Nam...you bet your life! The true price of friendship is revealed in "The C-Note." Written by Chuck Dixon, with art by Wayne Vansant and Tony DeZuniga. Cover by Andy Kubert. Cover price $1.50.

  • Issue #50
    Nam (1986) 50
    Published Nov 1990 by Marvel.

    Part 2 of 3. Richard Nixon and the North Vietnamese army play their parts in the drama of the 'Nam and the romance between a chopper pilot and a USO "donut dolly." Written by Doug Murray, with art by Herb Trimpe. Cover price $1.50.