Page Fifteen - Final
Page Fifteen
"Second Front"

Paul Guinan: script, layouts, colors, lettering
David Hahn: pencils, inks
Anina Bennett: edits

Note for Page Fifteen:

“Saint James!”
James was one of the twelve disciples of Jesus and is the patron saint of Spain. He died in 44 A.D., but in the fictional 9th-century Battle of Clavijo, James is said to have suddenly appeared and led outnumbered Christian soldiers to victory against a Muslim army. James thereafter became known as the Moor-killer, and “Saint James and strike for Spain!” became the battle cry of Christian Spanish armies: “Santiago!”