Commander Emily, born in the midst of the Trojan War, put the Greeks to the test on the field of battle. Her keen tactical mind won decisive victories and held safe the great city of Troy for years. Just when it seemed their hated foes would finally be defeated and go home, she made a fatal mistake.

After the fall of Troy, Commander Emily became a mercenary tactician, selling her services to the highest bidder. It is said she went on to crush her opponents in battles throughout mythological history.

Hey, it’s another Trojan War comic! How thrilling! That whole war is just rife with ridiculous happenings, it’s hard not to write about it, especially this bit with the horse. You’d think a giant construct would have been thoroughly searched when dealing with individuals like the great Ulysses whose tactical exploits and brutal tricks were well known at that time. One of the things I really like about the story, really, is that after 10 years of just sort of wailing on each other, it is brains that conquer brawn. Without Ulysses, the Greek forces would have been destroyed or at least sent packing.

Also, sorry about the lack of info on the shirts lately. They’re still here but I’m working on setting up some kind of store. I think I’m just going to have to use Paypal to do it.