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It's a motion comic not a animation. Basically they zoom around a comic which is atlest tolerable but when they start moving the facial expression and such it becomes totally stupid( there was a scene where everything remains the same and the long beard of the guy keeps moving like a pendulum, they wanted to probably emphasis the wind but it was stupid). The Voice acting is actually good and would have been better if used in actual animation. As for the comic i have actually read it and its really good. The story is original and adds meaningful facts to the series Spartacus. I would recommend one to go for the comic and go for the this only as second option.
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