Writer: J.D. Morvan
Artists: Looky & Oliver Thill
Publisher: Titan Comics
In the distant future, humanity has discovered that the ancient Greek gods and figures of myth were simply alien races from other planets, and they now fight and die for them in galactic wars. Hercules, now living with his family in space, is forced by one of the gods to kill his family, and redeem himself by completing twelve trials for the ruler of a distant planet.
That’s as near as I can figure what the plot of Hercules: The Wrath of the Heavens is. It’s got a real issue with over-complicating things. The art, the story, the world. All have a bit too many moving parts and it’s hard to keep track of it all...Read More