Alix #12

    Alix » Alix #12 - Le Fils de Spartacus released by Casterman on January 1, 1975.

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    Le Fils de Spartacus last edited by jacdec on 11/25/21 11:19AM View full history

    First published in Le Journal de Tintin in 1974, then in album form by Casterman in 1975.

    Spartacus a eu un fils, Spartaculus. Cette terrible nouvelle ébranle le sénat romain. S'il se montre en public, la plèbe le portera en triomphe - comme elle a porté son père -. Alors de nouvelles révoltes d'esclaves, de nouvelles émeutes, de nouveaux règlements de comptes éclateront. Spartaculus, aidé par Alix et Enak, doit quitter l'Italie en passant par les montagnes... puis se faire oublier. Mais sa tête est mise à prix, par Pompée, qui veut l'intercepter.

    Pourquoi Gaia, la mère de Spartaculus, marque-t-elle le passage du chemin parcouru ?



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    Great art and a look at the less honorable aspects of Roman life 0

    The Alix books offer some of the grandest illustrations of the classical world. In this volume, we start off at a Roman party gone out of bounds. The festivities are cut short when the host is notified that the son of Spartacus has been spotted in the Italian peninsula and raises the specter of another massive slave revolt. Much as the famous Stanley Kubrick film of the early 1960s is about the only honest portrayal of how the Roman world worked, Jacques Martin takes his readers to a place that ...

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