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    Reviews - 300 - #4

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300 8-Packs... - apples808
The whole 300 hype has no doubt been fueled by the film, however the comic offers just as much detail and excitement as the movie. Each panel is composed of action-to-action or aspect-to-aspect shots. The art is graphic and realistic and very true to Frank Miller form, and it was an enjoyable read. Highly recommended!




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