Joe Haldeman is an American science fiction author best known for his award-winning 1974 novel, The Forever War. Many of Haldeman's works, including his debut novel, War Year, and The Forever War, were inspired by his experiences serving in the Vietnam War, and by his re-adjustment to civilian life after being wounded in combat. Marvano is the pen name of Mark van Oppen, a Belgian comic artist most famous for The Forever War, in collaboration with Joe Haldeman. He works as an illustrator, writer, and comic artist.
The Forever War is brutal, beautiful, and utterly sublime. A master class in just how powerful the medium can be. - Freaksugar A fascinating meditation on the futility of war, intricately drawn and beautifully colored. - Major Spoilers It's an amazing military story of survival and exploration - highly recommended! - Chuck's Comic Of The Day If you enjoy science fiction and war battle in space and theories dealing with space travel this is your book. - LRM Online Haldeman's story is important and Marvano brings it to life beautifully with his artwork - The Fandom Post A compelling beginning to a gritty science fiction story - Comicsverse A classic reinterpretation of a brilliant sci-fi novel that still feels fresher than most comics on the market today. - Multiversity Comics Outstanding artwork! - That's Not Current A brilliant graphic adaptation of Joe Haldeman's 1974 novel - Geek-O-Rama