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Cover to Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #1

Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad is published by Marvel Comics under their Marvel Illustrated imprint. Current price per issue is $2.99.

Publication DatesEdit

Last IssueEdit

Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #7: 18 Jun 2008

Current IssueEdit

Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #8: 16 Jul 2008

Next IssueEdit

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StatusEdit

Eight-issue mini-series. Story is continued in Marvel Illustrated: The Odyssey.

CharactersEdit

Main CharactersEdit

  • Achilles

AlliesEdit

EnemiesEdit

Minor CharactersEdit

Other Characters/Places/ThingsEdit

Recent StorylinesEdit

Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #8 Edit

This is the current issue, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.

Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #7 Edit

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Marvel Illustrated: The Iliad #1 Edit

Past StorylinesEdit

CollectionsEdit

Trade PaperbacksEdit

  • 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

HardcoversEdit

  • 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

HistoryEdit

Leftover Useful InformationEdit

Creative TeamEdit

Writer: Roy Thomas, Based on the Epic Poem by Homer. Artist: Miguel Angel Sepulveda. Covers: Paolo Rivera.

Publishing HistoryEdit

First published in 2008.

Future Publication DatesEdit

Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.

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