Life And Death Of Genghis Khan In Comic Book Format
Daryl Gregory will be writing, with artist Alan Robinson and Jay Fotos (Locke & Key). With 104 pages, the book presents a special cover painted by Sam Shearon.
“My job was to search through his history to find the key moments of his life and discover what led him to become who he was.”
“Alan had the most difficult task in all this! He had to show not only the lives of a huge cast of characters, but also deliver the epic story, with bloody battles one after another. People will be surprised at what he did.”
To this day, Genghis Khan is known as one of the greatest war leaders, winning many victories in the field of battle. Until the end of his life, the Mongol Empire occupied a large percentage of Central Asia and China. Famous for being cruel, Khan was a man who was both brutal and just. He was cruel to his enemies, but fairl with those who were loyal, no matter what their origins were tribal or ethnic. Secret Battles of Genghis Khan, outlines the history and experiences of the man who is considered the founder of Mongolia.
The book will be released in July by IDW.
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