John Comyn III of Badenoch, nicknamed the Red (c. 1274 – 10 February 1306), was a leading Scottish baron and magnate who played an important role in the First War of Scottish Independence. He served as Guardian of Scotland after the forced abdication of his uncle, King John Balliol, in 1296, and for a time commanded the defence of Scotland against English attacks. Comyn is best known for having been stabbed to death by Robert the Bruce before the altar at the church of the Greyfriars at Dumfries.
Outlaw King (2018) Review
Wanted Dead or Alive Outlaw King (2018): 8 out of 10: Robert the Bruce declares himself king of Scotland and looks to lead his people […]