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Zeus bans interference from the other gods and sends his lightning and thunder down to aid the Trojans.
The fourth Absolute Sandman volume completes the main story arc of the series, combining disparate elements and characters to produce a finale that I did not expect at all at the beginning. Initially I struggled with not being able to discern how anything related to anything else but the second half ravels everything up neatly.
Antenor asks that Helen be given up to the Argives. He seems to have the backing of most of the Trojans - but Paris refuses once more. A one day truce is called so that both sides can burn their dead.
Shout out to Berthe Morisot, who exhibited at seven of the eight Impressionist exhibitions and out-sold Monet, Renoir and Sisley during her lifetime. So why have I never come across her before? Here's Cherry Tree: