With Hox, we're glad to bring you the first and only volume of the story of the great conqueror. As Hox said, views on Alexander have ranged from a noble, well meaning warrior to a brutish, alcoholic megalomaniac tyrant. The truth, as Yasuhiko writes it, is probably somewhere in the middle. We see him presented at his bravest and most craven, most noble and most cruel, and it's really a fascinating depiction all through, particularly of the timeframe and a n unusual (and welcome) focus on the Diadochi. Really, we need more on the Diadochi, the warring generals after Alexander's death.
Enjoy everyone. What would you like to see more of next?