Dark Horse Reveals Frank Miller Artwork from ‘Xerxes’

“Xerxes rose to power in fifth-century-BC Persia and became known as ‘The King of Kings,’ eventually raising and leading a massive army intent on ruthlessly destroying the hated Greeks who killed his father. Xerxes seeks nothing less than to become a god himself — and achieves his wish!”

Dark Horse Comics just revealed the first art from Frank Miller’s upcoming miniseries Xerxes, a prequel to his 300 graphic novel. The image is currently for sale as a lithograph from Dark Horse and depicts the Persian King. The miniseries will soon be adapted into a sequel/prequel to the 2007 Zack Snyder adaption of 300.

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One Response to “Dark Horse Reveals Frank Miller Artwork from ‘Xerxes’”
  1. Y3K says:

    I fucks with the shit posted on this blog. I check this shit regular now soon I won’t need 2db! 300 graphic novel is dope.

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