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Combat. Grueling, hateful, joyous slaughter. The Spartans do what they were born and bred to do: they fight, brother beside brother, shoulder to shoulder, shield against shield, their bristling spears driving back the slaves of the tyrant Xerxes till the dead are piled high as a mountain and the sacred, rocky soil of Greece is drenched deep in Persian blood. Story and art by Frank Miller, painted color by Lynn Varley.

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The Battle You've All Been Waiting For 0

The fourth issue of 300 is called 'Combat', and it lives up to it's name. The entire issue deals with the first day and first night of battle at the so-called 'Hot Gates'. Once the battle gets started, dialogue is kept to a minimum in favor of full page renderings of gory battle scenes. At this point in the comic we're really down to almost a monochrome look with red being the only prominent pigment. There may be some yellow in these scenes, but it's very pale - mostly just the capes of the Spar...

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