Maximilian Uriarte

artist and creator of “Terminal Lance”

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Artist and creator of “Terminal Lance”

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Maximilian Uriarte is an artist, a storyteller and an Iraq War veteran. He started a comic strip while on active duty in the Marine Corps called “ Terminal Lance .”

'White Donkey:' A Graphic Novel About a Marine, Written and Illustrated By a Marine

Maximilian Uriarte is an artist, a storyteller and an Iraq War veteran. He started a comic strip while on active duty in the Marine Corps called “ Terminal Lance .”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Maximilian Uriarte is an artist, a storyteller and an Iraq War veteran. He started a comic strip while on active duty in the Marine Corps called “Terminal Lance.”

‘White Donkey’: A Graphic Novel About a Marine, Written and Illustrated By a Marine

Maximilian Uriarte is an artist, a storyteller and an Iraq War veteran. He started a comic strip while on active duty in the Marine Corps called “Terminal Lance.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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