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Once and Future King | The Mechanisms
The stars represent the constellations of their goddess Cybele and other gods, and the red is for the blood spilled in the recent war. Tablet II. Artemis strides into Athens and no one questions her. One of these is Etain, a not-too-subtle version of the Golden Age Etta Candy, enthusiastic apparently she loves being a slave! Artemis finds her mother cowed and bruised from beatings.
She says that she tried to escape but was caught and almost killed by Theseus. Then what else? The jealous woman dresses her up like a slut and sends her to serve Theseus. Rebuffed, Theseus beats her and assumes she is dead. Tablet III. Artemis dreams of Cybele taking care of her, when it is really the Irish slaves who hide and nurse her to health.
They ask her to join them when she is well to slay Theseus and escape. They need a ship. They explain that their chief goddess is the Morrigan, who takes the shape of a raven. They also explain that the goddess is known by many names. As Alcippe languishes, believing her daughter dead, Artemis sews herself another battle tunic, this one with a black raven emblazoned across the breast.
Why the dissing of traditional women's work? It is not valuable? Tablet IV. A ship from Ephesus arrives, full of Amazon warriors. The two combined forces strike the surprised Greeks and free Alcippe. Artemis is distracted by the death of one of her Irish friends, but a would-be fatal sword stroke from Theseus is halted when Alcippe clobbers him with a vase.
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Alcippe prevents Artemis from killing Theseus because—get this—Alcippe is pregnant with his baby. What, she needs him alive for child support? From there, the Irish and Morrigan-pledged Artemis returned to Erin. In continuity or out? If we must refer to it again must we? Other than that: I dislike being preached to, particularly when the sermon comes with a hard club to the head. This story contains all of those things. On this book, however, something went wrong.
The final art is fairly awful, and I'm afraid my finger will point in Guice's direction until someone tells me differently. Since this issue is out of continuity, I'm not going to cross-reference this in the character indexes.
The inside back cover contains information on domestic violence. The story on the year-old tablets: Tablet I. Now finally Artemis looses her pigeon. Or not.