Ancient Greek Hipster Religion

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  • http://digestofworms.blogspot.com/ admiralmattbar

    I always imagine ancient Greek mythology fanatics as modern day comicbook fans. Both involve epic stories about super-powered individuals that get retold in different ways over time. Also I would like to picture them quoting epics to each other in order to decide who would win in a fight, Hercules or Perseus.

  • Maya Lova

    The way you have used the comics is very clever and younger, and older, people would be very interested. it is a great and useful way to educated people.