Writer/Letterer: Paul Allor
Artist/Colorist: Paul Tucker
Consulting Editors: Andy Schmidt,
Bobby Curnow

A war-torn romance set at the height of the Vietnam War, and in the decades that follow.

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“Tet is the kind of thing I’d like to see more of: a comic about something that actually counts.”
-- Garth Ennis (Preacher, Fury Max)

“Allor is the real deal - he’s a fresh voice who pulls you into intriguing territory that doesn’t feel like what you’ve read before. When his name is on a book, should take that book home.”
-- Jeff Parker (Underground Batman ‘66)

“Tet is exactly what I want from a story about war. Not patriotism or polemics, but an exploration of people being human under the most inhumane of circumstances.”
-- Corinna Bechko (Invisible Republic, Planet of the Apes)

“A fascinating tales of one man’s loss that’s every bit as brutal and heart-wrenching as its setting. The characters will haunt you long after you’ve turned the final page.”
-- Ed Brisson (Sheltered, The Violent)

“A quiet, graceful impressive book that’s a gut punch and a half.”
-- Christopher Sebela (High Crimes, We(l)come Back)

"Jaw-dropping. Nobody is doing books like this."
-- Matthew Rosenberg (We Can Never Go Home, 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank)

“An engrossing noir tale about a compelling and tragically doomed trio of characters. Tet is nonetheless a must-read for fans of crime noir or war comics.”
-- IGN.com

“Meticulously created and crafted. A stark look at humanity and the effects of war.” 
-- Multiversity.com