And you're as likely to find franco-belgian comics featuring war profiteers and collaborationists. Pic is one of many. As is the series in the OP, where resistants show up after the liberation by canadian troops (IIRC).
Tons of stuff about allied troops, too.
ww2 is understandably a huge deal in mainland Europe, and as you'll see lots of works featuring it, you'll also see more stuff featuring resistants, statistically.
There might be a slight missrepresentation due to the leftist position of the francobelgian comic establishment, with an emphasis on socialist/communist resistants and right-wing collaborationists, but I don't think a layman would notice it (FTP being featured way more than Alliance of Combat, SS. Charlemagne patches on every german soldier in a Battle of Berlin comic, stuff like that).
And I personally find hilarious to hear such a complain when US stuff is all about glorifying its role. Look how many american works feature US troops during ww1 and not french ones, then compare it to the historical reality.
Battlefield 1 was a blatant example of that. "We want to do stories that go out of the beaten paths, so we'll represent people from all across the world">Playable characters: Two americans, one british, one ANZAC, one italian (that ends up emigrating to the US) and one arab (under a british officer).>Protagonists without ties to the British Empire or the US: 0
Total of characters in the campaign by country:>UK 8>ANZAC 3>US 2>Italy 2>Arabs 2>Ottomans 1>Germany 1>Rest of the world (very minor players like Austria Hungary, France, Russia, Serbia, Romania, Belgium, that all played a biggest direct role in the war than the US) - 0
Oh boy, anglos sure aren't buffed. Tell me more about that constant crass misrepresentation from the franco-belgians.
Works with any war too. How many movies about Iraq or Afghanistan proeminently feature coalition troops? When was the last time a GI wasn't the default choice for ww2?