One of my favorite genres is the graphic novel. I have many students who are graphic novel devotees and will read anything written in this format, including mythology and American history.
My students are big fans of The Olympians series of graphic novels. They’ve read all the books in the series that I have in the library (Zeus, Hades, Hera, Athena and Poseidon). They are eagerly awaiting the newest book in the series, Aphrodite.
Thank goodness for Graphic Universe and their series of Greek mythological tales. They’ve helped quench my students’ thirst for Greek myths. These graphic novels include myths like Jason: Quest for the Golden Fleece; Theseus: Battling the Minotaur; Trojan Horse: The Fall of Troy, Perseus: The Hunt for Medusa’s Head and others.
While these tales are a quick read (I often get them back the same day I check them out), there are quite a few of them and they do a great job broadening my students’ understanding of Greek myths. Written by various authors and drawn by various artists, these books bring these stories to life in a dramatic and exciting way. I would recommend them to any mythology or graphic novel fan.