Age of Bronze #22

Writer: Eric Shanower Artist: Eric Shanower Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: December 7, 2005 Cover Price: $3.5 Critic Reviews: 1
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written by ERIC SHANOWER
art & cover by ERIC SHANOWER
"BETRAYAL," Part Three
Trojans attack! In the middle of a victory feast, battle erupts when Paris aims an arrow directly at Menelaus. Only the two Ajaxes stand between Menelaus and death. Then Achilles' fury mounts when he finds the feast started without him. Why don't Agamemnon and Odysseus mind the anger of Achilles?

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    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Feb 2, 2006

    Shanower's adaptation of the Trojan War has a ring of authenticity about it, as much of the dialogue reads like a translation of Homer. Unlike Homer's epics, Age of Bronze proceeds chronologically, which should aide readers who want a good story but don't want to feel like they're in a classroom. Those already enamored of the Illiad and the Odyssey will find Shanower's take a worthy addition. Read Full Review

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