Marine Corps infantry veteran Maximilian Uriarte has become one of the biggest voices in modern military culture through his popular enlisted infantry-themed comic strip, Terminal Lance.

He’s a great artist, and his revolutionary work has digitally employed comic strips as well as anyone anywhere to give voice to junior enlisted Marines in a new and powerful way.

In addition to posting two new comic strips a week, Uriarte is building a Facebook page with nearly 300,000 fans, a website, and active Twitter handle.

He also draws a weekly strip for the Marine Corps Times, and today Uriarte posted a video to YouTube depicting the amount of detail that goes into a single comic strip. Have a look:

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