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"Doom Over Easy!": When Everett, a new recruit has a close call when a Nazi grenade goes off next to him, he becomes shell shocked. Although Rock is concerned about his condition, he allows him to continue fighting. Everett begins to have premonitions of whoever Rock sends out for solo missions



Appearing in "Doom Over Easy!"

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Synopsis for "Doom Over Easy!"

When Everett, a new recruit has a close call when a Nazi grenade goes off next to him, he becomes shell shocked. Although Rock is concerned about his condition, he allows him to continue fighting. Everett begins to have premonitions of whoever Rock sends out for solo missions not coming back from their missions, and demand that he takes their place.

When both Buster, and Ice Cream Soldier fall in battle, the Joe's in Easy Co. begin to wonder if Everette really can see the future. In order to get his men out of this line of thinking, Rock goes on the next mission alone. However he finds that Everette has tagged along with him.

When snipping a barbed wire fortification across a stretch of water, Everette sets off a booby trap and is knocked out, alerting an Nazi patrol to check it out. Rock feigns death, until the Nazi's get close enough for him to take them out with a grenade. He succeeds in doing so, and returns to Easy Co. with the injured Everette, proving to them that Everette's "pictures" of the future was sheer paranoia.

Appearing in "The Sixty-Second Ace"

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Appearing in "Underwater Cowboy"

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Notes

  • In 1950's and 1960's when the rules of the Comic Authority Code was fully enforced independent body censoring comic books, war comics could not depict death in any of the panels, or use any language that literally stated that a character died or was killed. War comics would get around this by implying the characters had died. Usually by showing a helmet falling into view after an explosion, or showing a helmet put on the stock of a rifle after a battle. This is a point of interest with this particular Sgt. Rock story in this issue of Our Army at War. In the story it's implied that Ice Cream Soldier died on his mission, however he would go on to appear in subsequent stories in the future.

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