Trojan #1
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Trojan #1

Writer: Daniel Kraus Artist: Marco Lesko, Laci Publisher: AWA Release Date: January 4, 2023 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
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5.5User Rating

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Once upon a time, we lived alongside Legends. Creatures of myth. Centaurs, fauns, gorgons, kelpies, gnomes, and more. They were spectacular. Majestic. Powerful. Peaceful. Pure. In comparison, we were ugly. Weak. Warmongering. Rotten. Is it any wonder we could not live alongside them any longer? After driving these Legends to the fringes of society, an uglier form of mythos takes shape in the form of rumors of live snuff shows for dark web high rollers. When a mysterious young woman, Nessa, enlists the help of a hacker to take a tour of the grisliest corners of the Dark Web, she sets in motion a war between those who peddle to mankind's darkes more

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Jan 4, 2023

    This book has a disturbing theme intertwined throughout, which may not be obvious from the Preview World description. To enjoy the book you are going to have be ready for mature content, which you may find disturbing; disturbing demonstrates the excellent world creating wiring of Daniel Kraus. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Lotusland Comics - Hank Rea Jan 5, 2023

    'Trojan' offers a surprisingly dark take on the modern fantasy story with a tale that explores the fringes of the internet and the twisted things awaiting those who seek it. The tone is straight out of 1970s cinema like a 'Midnight Cowboy' or 'Taxi Driver' meets the denizens of 'Narnia.' It's sort of a mirror to our own world but unvarnished spotlighting the worst of human nature. 'Trojan' #1 is a spectacular debut offering an engrossing and disturbing story that stuns with tension, melancholy, and violence.  Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Watch - Anthony Bergamini Jan 2, 2023

    Trojan is a dark and twisted glimpse into a world of fantasy that depicts some of the darkest desires humanity has to offer. This issue will definitely not be suitable for all audiences but anyone willing to take the dive in will become hooked by the end. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    ComicBook.com - Adam Barnhardt Jan 4, 2023

    Phew. That's my honest first reaction after reading something like Trojan, a comic that, on its surface, seems to exist solely to shock and awe the masses. It's gory, it's dirty, and at times it's downright uncomfortable to take in. Luckily it seems like Kraus, Laci, and Lesko have a purpose in place for the griminess that they give you here. Read Full Review

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