Imperial Exits is a viciously vile realization of the untimely ends of some of the great names of imperial Rome, through the witty words of Julius Cicatrix and the scatalogical sketches of Martin Rowson. Here, in all their fading grandeur are Hadrian (copious bleeding from the nose), Galerius (suppurating inflammation of the genitals), Maximin Daia (battered his head again...more
Hardcover, 114 pages
Published December 1st 1996 by St. Martin's Press
(first published 1996)
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