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- A Classical Mythology Buff’s Review of Hercules 2014
- Book Review: Olympus by Nathan Edmonson
- The Parthenon… The Nashville One
- Canons of Mythology and the Olympia Heights Comics
- Notes on Greek Mythology
- 5 Awesome Artists Inspired by Greek Mythology
- 12 Words and Phrases We Get from Greek Mythology
- 6 Common Myths About Ancient Greece
After a few weeks off for Christmas, the Olympia Heights comic is back! Issue 3 has launched, starring Nick Morrisey (the modern Poseidon). You can read “Sink or Swim” every Friday. Subscribe to the emails on the comic site and get those pages delivered right to your inbox.
If you look at popular culture interpretations of Greek Mythology, you see a lot of stories in which Hades is the archetypal devil-figure, on destroying the hero because… dead guys are creepy…or something. That’s because these interpretations often equate the realm of Hades with Hell; thus the ruler becomes aligned with Satan. And that’s just not […]
The first issue of the Olympia Heights comic is wrapped! You can read all of issue one, “Lightning Rod“ at www.olympia-heights.com/comic Want to support the comic? You have a few options:
ETA: All problems with the site have been worked out. You can view the comic at www.olympia-heights.com/comic We’ve had a little stumble launching the Olympia Heights comic. My hosting provider has been slipping considerably over the past few years, and last night’s issue was timed horribly because an issue with our previous site design wasn’t […]
The Olympia Heights comic did not fund on Kickstarter, but the fact that the average pledge was almost fifty dollars means that the people I did reach really wanted to see this happen. The failure to fund wasn’t so much a failure of the idea as a problem with reaching the right audience. I […]