Ah, ancient Rome. A time of war, opulence, poverty, and debauchery…

Well, nothing has changed much, really.

Anyway, for the whole month of September, we’ll revisit ancient Rome, the historical fiction kind, through a series of comics.

First up is Gloria Victis. It was originally published in French by Le Lombard (2014) and later in English by Europe Comics (2017).

The blurb:

There was a time when certain mortals could become gods. Risking their lives to entertain crowds, men could become living legends. Charioteers would perch on their vehicles like Apollo, would fight for their lives and honor in the arena. This is the story of one of those heroes: Aelio Hermeros, perhaps one of the greatest chariot riders of all time. He was immortalized in the memory of those who saw him compete, who witnessed his defeats, his victories, his blood spilled and, most of all, his glory.

Original title: Gloria Victis
Writer: Juanra Fernández
Artist: Mateo Guerrero
Colorist: Javi Montes
Publisher: Le Lombard/French edition (2014), Europe Comics/English edition (2017)
Translator for Europe Comics: James Hogan
Lettering and text layout: Calix Ltd.


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