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A force of men is assembled, so massive it shakes the earth with its march -- an army, vast beyond imagining, poised to devour tiny Greece, to snuff out the world's one hope for reason and justice. Only three hundred brave souls block its dash. But they are more than men . . . they are Spartans. The first full-color project by Frank Miller for Dark Horse, painted by Lynn Varley (Ronin, The Dark Knight Returns).







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More than a decade after Frank Miller revolutionized the comics field with the release of The Dark Knight Returns, he continued to write and illustrate graphic novels that challenged business-as-usual. Across the late 80s and 90s, Miller, like Bill Sienkiewicz before him, seems to have discovered (intentionally or not) that the more stylized his art became, the broader the appeal, especially among non-comic readers. With the 300 Miller actually crosses over into the mainstream, becoming a househ...

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