During the Second American Civil War, rookie photographer Matty Roth gets himself embedded in the conflict's infamous no-man's-land: Manhattan Island aka the DMZ.  Instead embracing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to document the city under siege with a classic journalist’s objectivity, Matty Roth allowed blurs the lines to the point of no return, threatening to fall in with politicians and opportunists, warlords and mercenaries. 

DMZ was serialized over six years and seventy-two monthly issues, making it one of DC Comics/Vertigo's longest running series and one of its most culturally resonant.

Co-created with artist Riccardo Burchielli, with additional work by JP Leon, Jeromy Cox, Jared K Fletcher,
and many others. Published by DC Comics/Vertigo.

DMZ monthly series (2006-2012)
DMZ Vol. 1 "On the Ground" (2006) / DMZ Vol. 2 "Body of a Journalist" (2007)
DMZ Vol 3. "Public Works" (2007) / DMZ Vol. 4 "Friendly Fire" (2008)
DMZ Vol. 5 "The Hidden War" (2008) / DMZ Vol. 6 "Blood in the Game" (2009)
DMZ Vol. 7. "War Powers" (2009) / DMZ Vol. 8 "Hearts and Minds" (2010)
DMZ Vol. 9 "M.I.A." (2011) / DMZ Vol 10. "Collective Punishment" (2011)
DMZ Vol. 11 "Free States Rising" (2012) / DMZ Vol. 12 "The Five Nations of New York" (2012)

DMZ Deluxe Vol 1 (2014, ISBN 1-4012-4300-2) / DMZ Deluxe Vol 2 (2014, ISBN 1-4012-4765-2)
DMZ Deluxe Vol 3 (2015, ISBN 1-4012-5000-9) / DMZ Deluxe Vol 4 (2015, ISBN 1-4012-5411-X)
DMZ Deluxe Vol 5 (2015, ISBN 1-4012-5843-3) / DMZ Book One (2016, ISBN 1-4012-6135-3)
DMZ Book Two (2016, ISBN 1-4012-6357-7) / DMZ Book Three (2017, ISBN 1-4012-6843-9)
DMZ Book Four (tbd) / DMZ Book Five (tbd)

Or purchase DMZ from your nearest comic book dealer.

DMZ [is] the pre-eminent example of a growing fashion for comics and graphic novels about, or inspired by, the Iraq war.
— The Independent
DMZ is addictive and brutal, and a perfect antidote to the flag-waving Fox News broadcasts of the War on Terror. Wood and Burchielli have created something special that gets beyond the body counts and the headlines of setbacks and failures. Incredible.
— Chicago Sun-Times
The DMZ stories manage to combine the tough, thrilling character of golden age war comics with sharp and complex analysis of the big questions underpinning the modern age of politicized, commercialized warfare.
— BoingBoing
The gritty comic book DMZ lies somewhere between a post-apocalyptic nightmare and a bizarre tribute to Gotham tenacity... With a stark visual style that matches its narrative punch, this grim graphic novel measures up to any summer blockbuster.
— Time Out New York