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How do you slay that which you cannot look at? This just one of the many challenges that face the young hero Perseus, son of the mighty ruler of Olympus, Zeus. When Perseus was an infant, he and his mother were cast into the sea in a casket. Luckily, Perseus was rescued by a humble fisherman who raised him well. While his life may have appeared destined for mediocrity, the How do you slay that which you cannot look at? This just one of the many challenges that face the young hero Perseus, son of the mighty ruler of Olympus, Zeus. When Perseus was an infant, he and his mother were cast into the sea in a casket. Luckily, Perseus was rescued by a humble fisherman who raised him well. While his life may have appeared destined for mediocrity, the hero in him could not remain hidden as he embarked on a quest in which he needed to slay none other than the terrible Medusa, who could turn any man who looked at her into stone. But this would not be an easy task. He needed weapons, training, guidence, and much more. After all of this, will Perseus be able to answer Destiny's Call?


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How do you slay that which you cannot look at? This just one of the many challenges that face the young hero Perseus, son of the mighty ruler of Olympus, Zeus. When Perseus was an infant, he and his mother were cast into the sea in a casket. Luckily, Perseus was rescued by a humble fisherman who raised him well. While his life may have appeared destined for mediocrity, the How do you slay that which you cannot look at? This just one of the many challenges that face the young hero Perseus, son of the mighty ruler of Olympus, Zeus. When Perseus was an infant, he and his mother were cast into the sea in a casket. Luckily, Perseus was rescued by a humble fisherman who raised him well. While his life may have appeared destined for mediocrity, the hero in him could not remain hidden as he embarked on a quest in which he needed to slay none other than the terrible Medusa, who could turn any man who looked at her into stone. But this would not be an easy task. He needed weapons, training, guidence, and much more. After all of this, will Perseus be able to answer Destiny's Call?

44 review for Perseus: Destiny's Call: A Graphic Novel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Andy

    Synopsis: "In the time of myth and legends… Perseus always believed he was destined to live the life of a simple fisherman. He never believed he was special. But when charged with an impossible task, he must gird himself with courage, audacity and believe in himself to achieve the unachievable. With the life of his mother and family on the line, Perseus the Avenger must answer the call of destiny… This is a story of heroism, honor, family, and embracing one’s true calling, during the golden age of Synopsis: "In the time of myth and legends… Perseus always believed he was destined to live the life of a simple fisherman. He never believed he was special. But when charged with an impossible task, he must gird himself with courage, audacity and believe in himself to achieve the unachievable. With the life of his mother and family on the line, Perseus the Avenger must answer the call of destiny… This is a story of heroism, honor, family, and embracing one’s true calling, during the golden age of mythology. " This was the first graphic novel from Campfire that I've read, and I thought I'd go with the classic tale of Perseus, which people may know as the basis for the film Clash Of The Titans. I was initially a bit hesitant due in part to the books using artists based in India, where Campfire is also based, as I've not seen their artwork before - bad quality artwork can kill a good graphic novel for me irrespective of how good the story is - but I needn't have worried. The illustrations are as good as anything I've read before, and the story a pleasure to read as well. The story, which is bookended in the book as a tale read to Hyratheus by Lady Demiarties, charts the legend of Perseus and his destiny. From the origins of his birth, to the quest for Medusa and his destiny to be king. If you like graphic novels and tales of ancient mythology then I would recommend that you give this a read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Fives OnTheFly

    Our favorite so far in this series by Campfire Graphic Novels. The story of Perseus and Andromeda is a favorite of Five Ball and we frequently read it over and over again. The illustrations in "Perseus: Destiny's Call" are a great addition to an already fabulous myth. Our favorite so far in this series by Campfire Graphic Novels. The story of Perseus and Andromeda is a favorite of Five Ball and we frequently read it over and over again. The illustrations in "Perseus: Destiny's Call" are a great addition to an already fabulous myth.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aryan Dhiman

    very nice book and ossum visuals and graphics...must read

  4. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Cummings

    Pretty fluffy. Pretty fun. Blood, guts, super powers. Of course it was meant to be a comic book.

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