Writer-artist Frank Miller and colourist Lynn Varley retell the Spartans’ heroic stand at Thermopylae. The story focuses on King Leonidas, the young foot soldier Stelios and the storyteller Dilios to highlight the Spartans’ awe-inspiring toughness and valour.
Miller’s retelling and Varley’s art is terrific, as always; the combat scenes are especially powerful.
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