The Captive : An illustrated Akritas Tale

Started by KTravlos, 15 December 2017, 08:03:47 AM

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KTravlos

This is pretty cool. Dimitrios Skourletis, a icon-grapher, interpreted one of the folk-tales of the Eastern Roman Empire. The kit I think is pretty accurate.

https://dimitris-a-skourtelis.blogspot.com.tr/2016/04/captive.html

With Respect
KTravlos

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TL;DR  Conan wins without need of battle.


Just kidding!  It was not like Conan, it was a great read.  The artist reminds me of the old Conan comics
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KTravlos

Conan comics in general are great, because he is closer to the original Howard Conan, who is a intelligent character.

sunjester

Nice find, thanks for sharing.

Looking at the kit reminded me, I must sort out another Mongol/Russian bash sometime soon.