Planned down to the last detail by Hitler himself, the Battle of the Bulge was the last major German attack on the Western Front. On December 16, 1944, 30 German divisions roared across the Allied Front. The battle that ensued nearly proved disastrous for the Allied forces with some of the harshest fighting conditions of the war. Under-strength, under-equipped and operating in freezing temperatures, the US Army, notably the 101st stationed in Bastogne, fought back, extinguishing German hopes of victory.
Featuring first-hand accounts that give the narrative a profoundly human element, this action-packed comic strip provides readers of all ages with a vivid recreation of the attack, remembered as the biggest and bloodiest single battle ever to be fought by the US Army in World War II.