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Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad is published by Marvel Comics under their Marvel Illustrated imprint. Current price per issue is $2.99.
- Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #7: 18 Jun 2008
- Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #8: 16 Jul 2008
Eight-issue mini-series. Story is continued in Marvel Illustrated: The Odyssey.
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- The Iliad - Collects #1-8. "A tale of war between the Achaeans (Greeks) and the besieged Trojans over the fate of Helen, the most beautiful woman in the world... a test of wills between the fabled warrior Achilles and the war chief Agamemnon... with a climactic battle between Achilles and Hector, the foremost defender of Troy. A saga of gods and men, each possessed of grand desires... and all too human failings." - WorldCat - ISBN 0785111549
- Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad - Collects #1-8. "One of the true cornerstones of Western literature comes to the Marvel Illustrated line! The ancient world is embroiled in a mighty clash of armies: Greek vs. Trojan. Helen, the most beautiful woman in the world, has betrayed her husband — the Greek, Menelaus — and fled to Troy with Trojan prince, Paris. The Greeks have sailed to Troy to bring her back — and crush all that stand in their way. This is the first chapter in the saga that virtually defines the word epic. It is a tale of gods and men, heroism and betrayal." - WorldCat - ISBN 0785123830
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Writer: Roy Thomas, Based on the Epic Poem by Homer. Artist: Miguel Angel Sepulveda. Covers: Paolo Rivera.
First published in 2008.
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