Series: Olympians

ARES by George O'Connor
Released: Jan. 27, 2015

"What family doesn't have its little disagreements? Thank goodness the Olympians have many. (family tree, afterword, discussion questions, source notes). (Graphic mythology. 8-14)"
In the latest of his inimitable Olympians series, O'Connor comes around to Ares and the Trojan War. Read full book review >
APHRODITE by George O'Connor
Released: Dec. 31, 2013

"This neatly nuanced take on Aphrodite shows respect for the ultrafeminine heroine. (author's note, character profiles, 'G[r]eek Notes,' discussion questions, bibliography) (Graphic mythology. 8-14)"
O'Connor spotlights the goddess of beauty and love in this solid addition to his Olympians series. Read full book review >
POSEIDON  by George O'Connor
Released: March 19, 2013

"Not the best volume with which to start this first-rate series, but rousing reading for comics fans who like their heroes heavily muscled, unhappy and occasionally splashed with blood. (resource lists, Olympian family tree, study questions) (Graphic mythology. 8-14)"
The sea god steps up to tell his own side of the story in O'Connor's latest, and least coherent, Olympian portrait. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 31, 2012

"An outstanding addition to a first-rate series. (notes, study questions, resource lists) (Graphic mythology. 8-14)"
A tempestuous mother-daughter relationship makes up the centerpiece of O'Connor's latest carefully researched and simultaneously fresh and funny Olympian portrait. Read full book review >
ATHENA by George O'Connor
Released: April 1, 2010

"Hera. (author's note, character profiles, 'G[r]eek Notes,' discussion questions, bibliography) (Graphic mythology. 8-14)"
Following the series opener that chronicled Zeus's origin story, O'Connor's next relates the details of his daughter Athena's birth and some of the stories about her. Read full book review >
ZEUS by George O'Connor
Released: Jan. 1, 2010

"Holy Cyclopes, here's a keeper. (Graphic mythology. 8-14)"
An energetic graphic series on classical mythology debuts with the origin story of the Big Cheese Olympian, Zeus. Read full book review >