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"The Siege Of Paris" concludes not with a bang or a whimper, but with a political settlement. What of the warriors who bled and died on the battlements for all those long months? Mads and Abbo try to make sense of it from Mads' rather bleak new perspective. War was a bitch back then just as much as it is now.
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Well, color me Norse, this is a brilliant conclusion to brilliant story arc! Three issues, three acts, one great story. I love how BRIAN WOOD has written the whole SIEGE OF PARIS. In the first issue we met the main character, a seasoned mercenary in the Norse troops sieging the city of Paris. A very promising premise for Northlanders series, but then two suprising things happened, and I am talking about the issues #2 and #3. In issue two, instead of the bloody action one was assuming to see in i...

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