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Quote1 I knew I had betrayed him. Just as Merzah said I would. Only thing was, Merzah never said I wouldn't have a choice. Maybe to the others Frank Cortez looked like some kind of avenging angel that day. Like some kind of mystical god, or somethin'. All I could see was a man with all the hope sucked from his soul, because of what I did. I knew that very day he was going to die. An' when he did, it was going to be my betrayal that sent him to his grave. Quote2
-- Slo-Mo Jones

Appearing in "Dulce et Decorum est..."Edit

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Adversaries:

  • Nazis (Only in flashback)

Other Characters:

  • Department of Defense agents
    • Agent Bradley
    • Agent Palmore
    • Agent Young
  • Colonel Ledford
  • Patti (Mentioned)

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Synopsis for "Dulce et Decorum est..."Edit

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NotesEdit

  • "Dulce et Decorum Est" was a poem written by Wilfred Owen during World War I known for its horrific imagery.[1]
  • Though originally solicited as an eight issue mini-series, this proved to be the final issue, with the rest of the issues canceled due to the series' poor sales, leaving the plot unresolved.[2]


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