A few wrap-up thoughts on Steven DeKnight’s Spartacus and the series’ lasting legacy.
Spartacus and Crassus face off as the War of the Damned comes to an end.
The rebels eulogize Crixus, Naevia dials back the crazy, and Kore becomes a truly memorable character.
This week’s War of the Damned sees Crassus puts Rome itself in danger as Spartacus’ army splits between two commanders
Battles, bloated corpses, and betrayal mark a high stakes episode of War of the Damned.
Spoils of War sees Crassus reveal his long game as Spartacus retreats into the trap which will likely seal the fate of the rebellion.
Though interesting in outcome, Spartacus midway point misses the mark in terms of execution.
The War of the Damned continues with Spartacus and Crixus crossing steel and Crassus teaching his men a lesson in terror.
Morality takes a back seat to revenge as Spartacus’ men of honor turn their attention toward captured Romans.
The burden of ideology weighs heavily upon Spartacus in Wolves at the Gate.