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Betrayed, surrounded, outnumbered a hundred thousand to one, the Spartans make their last stand against the hordes of Xerxes. All hope is surely lost: only bloody death awaits them. Why, then, that wild, joyous light in the eyes of King Leonidas? What secret has he that makes him smile and speak so confidently of victory?

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In the final installment of 300, it should comes as no surprise if you know your history, the Spartans make a final stand against an army that will overwhelm them. It's an age-old tale, The Alamo, The Charge of the Light Brigade, etc. the ultimate price paid by soldiers whose lives are not wasted, but sacrificed like pawns in a gambit to win a war. While Miller and Varley's version may arguably be less powerful than some of the poetry, stories and films of some of these other war stories, it is ...

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