A searing and amusing look at the motley collection of reporters, war profiteers, criminals, soldiers and hapless civilians trapped in war zone.New York Times
War cartoonist Joe Sacco visits the Bosnian conflict to uncover the stories that are often ignored or uncovered by traditional media.
How does an artist reconcile being forced to go to the front line of a brutal conflict that changes his life and homeland forever? What happens when a reporter faces a war criminal? Before his graphic novels Safe Area Gorazde and The Fixer, Joe Sacco created two short stories from each side of the crossfire, collected for the first time in War's End. "Soba" captures the inner torment of the romanticized Sarajevo artist-warrior who captivated the western media. "Christmas with Karadzic" gives the darkly humorous story that doesn't make headlines, as Sacco pursues a hated Bosnian-Serb leader.