Hermes: Tales of the Trickster

Hermes: Tales of the Trickster Review

The New York Times bestselling series continues as author/artist George O’Connor focuses on Hermes, the trickster god in Olympians: Hermes: Tales of the Trickster.

In volume ten of Olympians, George O’Connor delves into the myth of Hermes, the trickster god. From his infancy, when he bewitches animals and bends them to his will (stealing a herd of Apollo’s prize cattle in the bargain), to his adolescence and adulthood when he becomes father to the equally mischievous Pan, Hermes’s story is wildly entertaining as he brings a little bit of chaos to everything he touches or creates. This volume is sure to be a fan favorite with its wit, charm, and storytelling.

Title:Hermes: Tales of the Trickster
Edition Language:English

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  • Erin

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced epub in exchange for an honest review. Full review to be posted in January 2018....

  • Bea  Charmed

    Aah, the joys of reading an ARC. Many of the words and sentences lack spacing between them so theyruntgetherlikethis. Ack. Well over the half the text was like that, making for challenging reading. I ...

  • Kristy K

    I've only read one other graphic novel by O'Connor and that was Zeus. I wasn't a big fan but I love Greek mythology and it has been 8 or so graphic novels since then so I decided to give him another t...

  • Tom McDonald

    Note: I received a digital review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.There are obviously several factors that make George O'Connor's Olympian series such a relish, among these the ...

  • Ian

    The 2018 addition to George O'Connor's comic series about Olympian gods educating young and old alike brings us the trickster and ever busy Hermes. Told from from a traveling man who does not seem sur...

  • Stuart

    The latest volume in O'Connor's super hero treatment of Greek mythology does an excellent job of embodying the subject matter as O'Connor turns his whimsical style towards gods who wear it well: Herme...

  • Mrs. Kenyon

    Hermes is the god of peacemakers, astronomy, calendars, and writing. He is also the god of thieves and liars, language, and politicians. He has many other categories that he is the god of, but he is m...

  • Rummanah (Books in the Spotlight)

    Another enjoyable volume to the Olympians graphic novel series. Unlike the other volumes, the stories included in this graphic novel were all new to me. I love learning new stuff! Since I read the ARC...

  • Ron

    George O'Connor continues his series on the Olympians with Hermes. Hermes is a trickster among his many attributes as becomes clear in stories told to Argus by Aesop that reveal his origins, his relat...

  • Katie Robinson

    Some of the art in this graphic novel seemed like a step back from past installments, but the designs for Pan, Echidna, and Typhon were excellent.At first, I thought the pacing of the story was off, b...