Bookgasm has a nice review of Enemy Ace, a new reprint from DC:
Continuing with reissuing the more esoteric titles for its super-affordable Showcase line, DC has brought back one of the best war comics that ever graced the page. Enemy Ace follows German flying ace Hans von Hammer — sort of like a comic book version of the Jean Renior film Grand Illusion, since Hammer always follows the rules of fair play.
Starting out as a support story in Our Army At War, the character then became the central piece for Star-Spangled War Stories. There a few recurring enemies for von Hammer to fight — mainly The Hangman, a French pilot who crops up throughout the series — all while he deals with his lot in the war of what his fellow officers call just a killing machine. Hammer befriends a wild wolf of all things, who seems to be the only thing he can relate to, as they’re both lone killers.
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