This past spring, I took an American history class in which my professor focused on war and popular culture in America. Instead of using traditional history textbooks, my professor had our class study the different wars in which America has been involved through popular media, and so my class read short stories and novels, played a video game, watched movies, and even read comics about war. The comics we read were interesting and enjoyable, so I thought I would share a link to them. The comics are about the Korean War and are available for free on the website History on the Net through this link. As you read, I invite you to think about some of the questions my history professor told us to keep in mind. When were the comics written, and what is their historical context? Who was the original audience? How do the comics reflect Americans’ views on war? How might the comics have shaped Americans’ attitudes toward war? Do the comics present the war and American soldiers in a positive or negative way? Why?