Illustration: Greek Myth Comix

Greek Myth Comix started as a project to help my students understand the themes, texts and technical terms they were studying in Classical civilisation.

Visit the site to view over a hundred comic-style interpretations and explanations of myth, literature and history, such as the story of Orpheus, the birth of Heracles, the life of Theseus, the difference between Fate and Fortune, and the Deaths in the Iliad Infographic, as well as several illustrated and didactic books of the Odyssey.

Praise for Greek Myth Comix:

group

“Something we’ve all been waiting for: the Greek Myths in Comic Book form.”

Tom Holland

Historian: ‘Rubicon’, ‘Persian Fire’, ‘Millennium’, ‘In the Shadow of the Sword’, ‘Herodotus: the Histories’


“A tongue-in-cheek retelling of Homer’s Odyssey in the style of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid.”

Caroline Lawrence

The Roman Mysteries, P.K.Pinkerton Mysteries, The Night Raid


“Miss, this has been a life saver.”

“Thank you!!!”

My students 😉 


“Greek Myth Comix, can you be our Classics teacher please?!

Abi and Sarah, Myth Dynamite podcast

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