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A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

In the fifth installment of the Olympians series of graphic novels, author/artist George O''Connor turns the spotlight on that most mysterious and misunderstood of the Greek gods, Poseidon: Earth Shaker. Thrill to such famous myths as Theseus and the Minotaur, Odysseus and Polyphemos, and the founding of Athens―and learn how the tempestuous Poseidon became the King of the Seas.

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Gr 6 Up-O''Connor''s dramatic first-person interpretation of Poseidon''s story will both fascinate readers and generate some empathy for this god who was more feared than loved. The illustrations are colorful, eye-catching, and filled with life. The artist''s visual and stylistic choices in breaking up the panels to illustrate Theseus and the Minotaur inside the labyrinth are especially delightful. Poseidon''s tale is the story of a dysfunctional family with a large number of monstrous children, and this book will send readers scrambling for the closest copy of Edith Hamilton''s Mythology to read more about the other characters mentioned. Luckily, O''Connor includes an Olympian family tree and lists of recommended books and websites to help readers delve further into their stories. This is a compelling page-turner for readers unfamiliar with the myths as well as for kids who love mythology but would like to see it brought to life in a new way.-Andrea Lipinski, New York Public Libraryα(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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Praise for the Olympians series:

"O’Connor, a self-proclaimed Greek mythology obsessive, has done something wonderful: He’s turned the tales of those adventuresome, rascally, feuding, power-mad Greek gods into a nifty set of gorgeously drawn, well-researched graphic novels that kids go nuts for."―New York Times


Praise for Olympians: Poseidon:

“This is a compelling page-turner for readers unfamiliar with the myths as well as for kids who love mythology but would like to see it brought to life in a new way.” ―School Library Journal, starred review

About the Author

George O’Connor is the New York Times–bestselling author of the Olympians, the ongoing series of graphic novels featuring the tragic, dramatic, and epic lives of the Greek gods. George is also the creator of popular picture books such as the New York Times–bestselling Kapow! and If I Had A Triceratops. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. www.georgeoconnorbooks.com

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The Olympians is a valuable series
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2013
The Olympians series is valuable series for lovers of graphic novels. I like the drawings and their coloring. The art work on the covers is good with Hera''s cover being (according to my opinion) a little boring for such mighty goddess and Poseidon''s the most exciting (at... See more
The Olympians series is valuable series for lovers of graphic novels. I like the drawings and their coloring. The art work on the covers is good with Hera''s cover being (according to my opinion) a little boring for such mighty goddess and Poseidon''s the most exciting (at the current time). I have an interest in the retelling of popular stories through visual media. Hence, I have collected all the volumes that have been released and I will certainly collect all remaining ones. Along these lines, I think that people who are visual learners will benefit from O''Connor''s appealing series. Each volume is relatively short and can be ready fast with enjoyment.

However, I feel obligated to also report a small weakness of the series: The author has done some research in the Greek mythology but he has come a little short from having gotten a global and deep understanding. The content of each volume feels more as an enumeration/collection of small stories of a particular God/Goddess than a consistent portrait for that God/Goddess. The personal narration by Poseidon himself in this volume reduces this weakness but, unfortunately, does not eliminate it completely. In this respect, a collaboration with an expert in classics would have given additional value and depth to the project, propelling it from very good to perfect.

The most important mistake of the series is that Hades was not one of Olympians since he was residing permanently in the underworld. Yet, in the inside cover of the series we count 13 Olympians (not 12 as it should be). Hades did appear as Volume 4 of the series; perhaps, he should have been Volume 13.

If you are passionate about getting all the details perfectly right and you know Greek mythology, these small details might annoy you. However, the series is still valuable and interesting. I think it will excite many young minds to read more about Greek mythology and mythology of other peoples in general.
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Poseidon Lover''s Must Have
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2013
If you have that one person in your life who loves Poseidon, or even someone who cannot get enough Greek mythology this is definitely a great way to go. I bought the comic book for my brother for his birthday as he is a huge Poseidon fan and he absolutely loved it.... See more
If you have that one person in your life who loves Poseidon, or even someone who cannot get enough Greek mythology this is definitely a great way to go. I bought the comic book for my brother for his birthday as he is a huge Poseidon fan and he absolutely loved it.

Not only was the price reasonable, but the quality of the book was top notch to say the least. I do not want to give away any spoilers so you''ll have to take my word for the fact that this comic book is truly something to indulge in.

The price, the topic, and the quality of the book make this an absolute snag.
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Kent Filbel
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Beautiful, clever work
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2018
The entire Olympians series feeds the soul for those of us who find the Greek gods endlessly fascinating. This is story telling at its cleverest. Each book makes the ancient gods accessible to the modern reader while not compromising the complexity and contrarian nature... See more
The entire Olympians series feeds the soul for those of us who find the Greek gods endlessly fascinating. This is story telling at its cleverest. Each book makes the ancient gods accessible to the modern reader while not compromising the complexity and contrarian nature of the characters. George O''Connor is a master illustrator who is well-grounded in ancient Greek religion and culture. Added bonuses: there is a light sense of humor on occasion that adds to the fun and...the gods are so sexy!
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We own every one of the Olympians book. We''re ...
Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2015
We own every one of the Olympians book. We''re big George O''Connor fans. I wish for 2 things. 1) That George O''Connor would do a yearly drawing workshop at my local Brooklyn comics books store. He is such a natural teacher and we had a blast when he did a workshop to... See more
We own every one of the Olympians book. We''re big George O''Connor fans. I wish for 2 things. 1) That George O''Connor would do a yearly drawing workshop at my local Brooklyn comics books store. He is such a natural teacher and we had a blast when he did a workshop to introduce the collection a couple of years ago. I also wish Amazon.com would allow people to suscribe to winning collections such as this so I don''t have to check every 6 months to see if the new book has come out!
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jill
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Perfect for 9-year-old boys. Especially ideal for those who already love the Percy Jackson series.
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2018
LOVE!! Great quality, speedy delivery, exactly as hoped.
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Poseidon rocks
Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2021
Great shape. No stains. New. And description matched item
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A lot of fun.
Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2021
Awesome. Fun to read.
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Great source material
Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2014
My students voraciously read and re-read this entire series. The art is good and the research behind the tales presented is cited and explained. I liked Poseidon in particular due to its use of other myth based tales, not just the "socially accepted" versions we all... See more
My students voraciously read and re-read this entire series. The art is good and the research behind the tales presented is cited and explained. I liked Poseidon in particular due to its use of other myth based tales, not just the "socially accepted" versions we all grew up with.
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Excellent
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 29, 2020
This series of books are excellent, highly recommended.
This series of books are excellent, highly recommended.
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Poseidone, il dio del mare
Reviewed in Italy on March 8, 2015
Quinto volume della serie degli Olimpi dedicato al dio del mare dal carattere imperscrutabile come le acque del suo regno. La sua storia è costellata di amori e lotte continue che coinvolgono non solo i mortali ma anche gli dei. La lotta più intensa, forse, è quella che lui...See more
Quinto volume della serie degli Olimpi dedicato al dio del mare dal carattere imperscrutabile come le acque del suo regno. La sua storia è costellata di amori e lotte continue che coinvolgono non solo i mortali ma anche gli dei. La lotta più intensa, forse, è quella che lui vive dentro di sè con il fratello Zeus che, non solo ha ottenuto il dominio del cielo, ma ha anche molti figli eroi di cui andare fiero. Uno dei figli di Poseidone è, invece, il ciclope Polifemo, accecato da Odisseo che per questo perseguiterà, oppure il giovane ambizioso Teseo, uccisore del mostro Minotauro, nonchè colui che ha abbandonato Arianna al suo destino. Le battaglie si susseguono anche per la protezione delle città in cui Poseidone si trova a perdere anche Atene a favore della nipote Atena fino allo scontro diretto con Zeus a seguito di una ribellione sventata grazie all''intervento di uno dei ecatonchiri. In sintesi, Poseidone è come il mare che governa, gentile e amabile alle volte ma sa essere anche terribile e violento alle occasioni persino mostruoso e raccapricciante. In questo volume, i disegni raggiungono un livello più alto rispetto ai precedenti, basti vedere le due pagine in cui Poseidone emerge dal mare con il tridente in mano mentre Odisseo si trova su una zattera in balia delle onde per rendersene conto. Il fumetto è in inglese ma comunque semplice da capire anche per chi non è troppo ferrato con la lingua straniera. Importanti sono sempre le note e la pagina con le opinioni dell''autore che danno un valido spunto non solo per le chiavi di lettura ma aggiungono anche molte curiosità sui miti, arricchendo la storia. Per chi ama i miti greci e vuole una rivisitazione leggera, questa serie è consigliatissima!
Quinto volume della serie degli Olimpi dedicato al dio del mare dal carattere imperscrutabile come le acque del suo regno.
La sua storia è costellata di amori e lotte continue che coinvolgono non solo i mortali ma anche gli dei.
La lotta più intensa, forse, è quella che lui vive dentro di sè con il fratello Zeus che, non solo ha ottenuto il dominio del cielo, ma ha anche molti figli eroi di cui andare fiero. Uno dei figli di Poseidone è, invece, il ciclope Polifemo, accecato da Odisseo che per questo perseguiterà, oppure il giovane ambizioso Teseo, uccisore del mostro Minotauro, nonchè colui che ha abbandonato Arianna al suo destino.
Le battaglie si susseguono anche per la protezione delle città in cui Poseidone si trova a perdere anche Atene a favore della nipote Atena fino allo scontro diretto con Zeus a seguito di una ribellione sventata grazie all''intervento di uno dei ecatonchiri.
In sintesi, Poseidone è come il mare che governa, gentile e amabile alle volte ma sa essere anche terribile e violento alle occasioni persino mostruoso e raccapricciante.
In questo volume, i disegni raggiungono un livello più alto rispetto ai precedenti, basti vedere le due pagine in cui Poseidone emerge dal mare con il tridente in mano mentre Odisseo si trova su una zattera in balia delle onde per rendersene conto.
Il fumetto è in inglese ma comunque semplice da capire anche per chi non è troppo ferrato con la lingua straniera.
Importanti sono sempre le note e la pagina con le opinioni dell''autore che danno un valido spunto non solo per le chiavi di lettura ma aggiungono anche molte curiosità sui miti, arricchendo la storia.
Per chi ama i miti greci e vuole una rivisitazione leggera, questa serie è consigliatissima!
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Herr der Meere, Vater vieler Monster
Reviewed in Germany on December 3, 2013
Poseidon, der mittlere der drei Brüder, bestehned aus ihm, Hades und Zeus dem Jüngsten. Nach dem krieg gegen die Titanen entschied das Los,wer welchen Teil der Erde beherrschen würde. Poseidon zog das Meer und es passt gut zu ihm. Mal ist es ruhig, dann toben vernichtende...See more
Poseidon, der mittlere der drei Brüder, bestehned aus ihm, Hades und Zeus dem Jüngsten. Nach dem krieg gegen die Titanen entschied das Los,wer welchen Teil der Erde beherrschen würde. Poseidon zog das Meer und es passt gut zu ihm. Mal ist es ruhig, dann toben vernichtende Stürme über ihm, welche mit niemanden Mitleid zeigen, es sei denn der Herr der Meere hat ein Einsehen. Doch das passiert nur allzu selten. Denn wie seine Kinder tendiert der Herr der Meere dazu, sich wie ein Monster zu geben. George o''Connors, Autor und Zeichner von Olympians, schreibt in seinem Nachwort wie schwierig es doch war Poseidon zu schreiben. Ei ähnliches Gefühl wird der Leser auch dabei haben, sich mit ihm anzufreunden. Denn obwohl er der erste Gott der Reihe ist, der als eigener Erzähler seine Gedanken kundtut, bleibt am Ende doch immer eine gewisse Distanz zwischen ihm und den Leser. Denn mag sich zum Beispiel Zeus auch ein ewiger Schürzenjäger sei und sich gedankenlos verhalten, so zeugt er jedoch genügend Gefühle der Zuneigung und andere freundliche Charakterzüge, dass man das Gefühl bekommt, dass er den Menschen gar nicht so unähnlich ist. Poseidon dagegen erscheint eine mehr wie eine tickende Zeitbombe, der sich außen ruhig gibt, unter dem es jedoch gefährlich brodelt. Man möchte nicht in seiner Nähe sein, wenn er dan doch einen seiner Wutanfälle hat. Nein, Poseidon ist bei weitem keine sympathische Figur und seine Kinder (der Held Theseus und der Zyklop, denn Odysseus in dieser erzählten Episode der Odyssey erzählt) spiegeln dies auch wieder. Sollte es noch einmal eine Verfilmung für Kinder geben, wäre er der perfekte Bösewicht, schließlich kommen auch ein Großteil aller Monster aus seinem Reich (und es gäbe Hades auch die Möglichkeit einige Sachen klarzustellen, denn im Vergleich zum Rest der Familie, würde man ihn sich noch am ehesten zu sich nachhause einladen). Auf der anderen Seite, das zeigt O''Connors auch, ist er auch wesentlich cleverer als seine beiden Brüder, die am Ende ja doch eher offen und ehrlich vorgehe oder zumindest keine Gedanken an große Pläne verschwenden. Poseidon dagegen zeigt, dass er in Phasen denkt, wie man auch anhand der Geschichten von Theseus und bei der Gründung Athens sieht. Mag er auch zunächst verloren haben, er kehrt wieder zurück und wendet alles zu seinem Gunsten. Dies macht ihn dann als Figur und Persönlichkeit wiederum interessanter und steigert auch den Unterhaltungswert des Buches. Denn wie gesagt, auch Theseus ist kein großer Sympathieträger (kaum vorzustellen, dass diese Version sich einmal mit dem Heracles von "Olympians" anfreunden würde, der bei O''Connors ein anständiger Geselle ist). Somit wird man von Seitens der Erzählung nach einiger Zeit mit ihm warm, auch wenn es einige Anläufe brauch, bis dieser Fall endlich eintritt (in meinem Fall, ganze vier). Zeichnerisch bleibt O''Conors weiterhin auf der Höhe. Das Highlight dieses Bandes ist auf jeden Fall die Episode, in der Theseus das Labyrinth durchquert und den Minotaurus erschlägt, eine Szene so stark erzählt und abstrakt gezeichnet, dass sie nur von der Szene aus Bad 3 "Hera" getoppt wird, in der Heracles Cerberus hinter sich herzog. Am Ende behält Poseidon die "gute" Qualität seiner Vorgänger bei und erhält wohlverdiente Sterne. Bleibt nur zu hoffen, dass er diese Rezension nie lesen und die Heimatstadt des Rezensenten überfluten wird, denn schließlich hat sein Band nicht die Höchstwertung erhalten. Am Ende ist er doch ein recht empfindliches Kerlchen.
Poseidon, der mittlere der drei Brüder, bestehned aus ihm, Hades und Zeus dem Jüngsten. Nach dem krieg gegen die Titanen entschied das Los,wer welchen Teil der Erde beherrschen würde. Poseidon zog das Meer und es passt gut zu ihm. Mal ist es ruhig, dann toben vernichtende Stürme über ihm, welche mit niemanden Mitleid zeigen, es sei denn der Herr der Meere hat ein Einsehen. Doch das passiert nur allzu selten. Denn wie seine Kinder tendiert der Herr der Meere dazu, sich wie ein Monster zu geben.

George o''Connors, Autor und Zeichner von Olympians, schreibt in seinem Nachwort wie schwierig es doch war Poseidon zu schreiben. Ei ähnliches Gefühl wird der Leser auch dabei haben, sich mit ihm anzufreunden. Denn obwohl er der erste Gott der Reihe ist, der als eigener Erzähler seine Gedanken kundtut, bleibt am Ende doch immer eine gewisse Distanz zwischen ihm und den Leser. Denn mag sich zum Beispiel Zeus auch ein ewiger Schürzenjäger sei und sich gedankenlos verhalten, so zeugt er jedoch genügend Gefühle der Zuneigung und andere freundliche Charakterzüge, dass man das Gefühl bekommt, dass er den Menschen gar nicht so unähnlich ist. Poseidon dagegen erscheint eine mehr wie eine tickende Zeitbombe, der sich außen ruhig gibt, unter dem es jedoch gefährlich brodelt. Man möchte nicht in seiner Nähe sein, wenn er dan doch einen seiner Wutanfälle hat. Nein, Poseidon ist bei weitem keine sympathische Figur und seine Kinder (der Held Theseus und der Zyklop, denn Odysseus in dieser erzählten Episode der Odyssey erzählt) spiegeln dies auch wieder. Sollte es noch einmal eine Verfilmung für Kinder geben, wäre er der perfekte Bösewicht, schließlich kommen auch ein Großteil aller Monster aus seinem Reich (und es gäbe Hades auch die Möglichkeit einige Sachen klarzustellen, denn im Vergleich zum Rest der Familie, würde man ihn sich noch am ehesten zu sich nachhause einladen).

Auf der anderen Seite, das zeigt O''Connors auch, ist er auch wesentlich cleverer als seine beiden Brüder, die am Ende ja doch eher offen und ehrlich vorgehe oder zumindest keine Gedanken an große Pläne verschwenden. Poseidon dagegen zeigt, dass er in Phasen denkt, wie man auch anhand der Geschichten von Theseus und bei der Gründung Athens sieht. Mag er auch zunächst verloren haben, er kehrt wieder zurück und wendet alles zu seinem Gunsten. Dies macht ihn dann als Figur und Persönlichkeit wiederum interessanter und steigert auch den Unterhaltungswert des Buches. Denn wie gesagt, auch Theseus ist kein großer Sympathieträger (kaum vorzustellen, dass diese Version sich einmal mit dem Heracles von "Olympians" anfreunden würde, der bei O''Connors ein anständiger Geselle ist). Somit wird man von Seitens der Erzählung nach einiger Zeit mit ihm warm, auch wenn es einige Anläufe brauch, bis dieser Fall endlich eintritt (in meinem Fall, ganze vier).

Zeichnerisch bleibt O''Conors weiterhin auf der Höhe. Das Highlight dieses Bandes ist auf jeden Fall die Episode, in der Theseus das Labyrinth durchquert und den Minotaurus erschlägt, eine Szene so stark erzählt und abstrakt gezeichnet, dass sie nur von der Szene aus Bad 3 "Hera" getoppt wird, in der Heracles Cerberus hinter sich herzog. Am Ende behält Poseidon die "gute" Qualität seiner Vorgänger bei und erhält wohlverdiente Sterne.

Bleibt nur zu hoffen, dass er diese Rezension nie lesen und die Heimatstadt des Rezensenten überfluten wird, denn schließlich hat sein Band nicht die Höchstwertung erhalten. Am Ende ist er doch ein recht empfindliches Kerlchen.
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