Britain. An island paradise, rich with gold and silver - and the world’s most powerful military machine wants it all for itself. The country and its tribes have been hammered into one unified colony, under one law – Roman law.
When the king of the Iceni dies, his wife, Boudicca, is left with a decision: continue her husband’s path of compromise with the Roman invaders, or be true to the voice of freedom inside her.
With the help of a brilliant young druid named Fox, Boudicca’s choice ignites one of the bloodiest revolts in Roman history, a tragic inferno which will enshrine her as one of history’s greatest icons of freedom and rebellion.
This graphic novel, drawn by Johan Swärd and written by Neal Romanek, depicts for the first time the harsh and beautiful world of Celtic Britain in vivid detail– its gods and wild landscapes, its sacred sites and battle lore, and its poet-priests and its warrior-queens.