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Alexander the Great is seated cross-legged and holds his right palm out for his horse Bucephalus's snout. Bucephalus is all black stallion with reptilian blue eyes and a white star on his forehead, with a red rug on his back and gold accessories around his neck and rump. Alexander wears a gold oak-and-myrtle wreath, leather armour over an off-white elbow-length-sleeved chiton, and midcalf high sandals. The background is contained within a diamond shape: it depicts a pink sky and a full moon, seen through the trunks and narrow leaves of trees bearing golden fruit.

You’ve arrived at the official home for Alexander, The Servant & The Water of Life, the 21st century retelling of the Alexander Romance. Here you can

  • read the graphic novel for free.
  • browse the resources to learn more about the life and legends of Alexander.
  • go behind-the-scenes into the development and production of a graphic novel.

Details about this site design: Elegant, minimalist. Colour scheme (dark grey, white). Link colour: like the logo, hover is a warm beige. Dropdown menu.

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS THIS?

The 21st century graphic novel retelling of the Alexander Romance, a historical-fantastical account about the life, deeds and legends of Alexander the Great. Coming soon.
 

CONTENT WARNINGS

Blood, gore (not a lot), war-related violence and tragedy, and death.

Most are concentrated in the middle of Act Two. If you’re particular about these triggers, check the Author’s Note below every comic page for early warnings of upcoming sensitive content. Please take care.

CONTACT THE AUTHOR

admin@alexanderromance.com
For inquiries on translation/publication licensing, educational or institutional collaborative projects, and site-related issues.

Website: reimenayee.com
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