Nekyia 66

posted August 11th, 2012, 6:37 am


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August 11th, 2012, 6:41 am

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And this is how Hermes became the guide of the dead. In my version.

To work in the Underworld sector will give you some respect, since everyone can see that it is important and necessary duties that have to be done, but it will certainly not help you become popular. To the mortals, everything that has to do with death is scary, and the immortals usually think death is extremly boring (dead people are consumed, useless).

However, Hermes' popularity won't be affected, since he does so many other things for the mortals too.

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August 13th, 2012, 12:22 pm

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I've never seen a Greek Mythology comic like this. My mind has been blown.

Your art is amazing! I'm never patient enough to put such detail in my drawings. And the designs on the clothes were great.

I looked at your site and found pages from another comic, but they're in Swedish and I can't read the dialouge. Do you have more English translated comics someplace else?

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August 14th, 2012, 5:19 am

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@Guest:
Thank you very much! I'm really glad you like my art. Mythology and ancient cultures are special interests of mine, so I'm always doing quite a lot of research before I start drawing on a comic.

Yes, I've posted more comics in English at my site on Deviantart, a-gnosis.deviantart.com. This comic can also be read there under the title "A god apart from gods", but some pages are a bit different since it's always the first version of a comic that I post on Deviantart. When a comic is done, I often change and improve some pages afterwards.

I'm currently working on a longer comic about Athena, "Daddy's Girl", which I plan to start posting here as well when Nekyia is done.

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