No Enemy but Peace

| July 15, 2012

Richard C. Meyer, a Marine and combat veteran, is an animator and cartoonist who is currently engaged in writing a graphic novel entitled “No Enemy but Peace” which he says is about the heroism that he witnessed in Iraq by other Marines. Yes, he sent me his DD 214 and I can verify that he is a Marine, served in Iraq and wears a Combat Action Ribbon.

Richard needs some money to get his novel published, so he’s taking up collections at Kickstart. You can help him out for as little as a $1, but with $25 you get a full color signed copy of the book when it publishes and the original black and white version of the book.

Me? I gave, but I’m in the business of helping all vets, so you do what you want. Here’s Richard describing his novel;

Category: Veterans Issues

Comments (12)

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  1. Andy Kravetz says:

    You know, it’s a tragic shame that you even need to say that you got a valid DD-214. That, to me, is the biggest cost of stolen valor. Real vets must prove themselves.

  2. OldSoldier54 says:

    That’s pretty darn cool.

  3. Thanks for the coverage, Jonn!

  4. Maggie Goff says:

    Oh, man, how can I not?! I do have to wait until Wednesday when my SS is deposited. I’m marking it on my calendar.

  5. Maggie Goff says:

    I also shared on Facebook.

  6. Maggie, thank you very much!

  7. UnicornDick says:

    The military and comics… my two favorite things. Donated.

  8. Marine_7002 says:

    Clicked and sent. Can’t wait to see the finished product!

  9. OldSoldier54 says:

    Gotta wait until 1AUG for the next pension check. Looking forward to reading about some fine American younguns.

  10. Thanks for all your support and thanks to Jonn, yesterdat was the biggest day of the campaign- all from backers coming directly from this site!

    Thanks again,

  11. Former3c0 says:

    Oh man, I love graphic novels. Just finished the first compendium of Walking Dead… I’m a nerd. Now I just gotta see what I can spend without the wife noticing…