Comic Books

HERC #10


It’s hard to be a depowered deity. Herc knows this, and yet remains a hero. His father Zeus, however, is having a rough go of it. Adding to their troubles, the assassin ELEKTRA has joined with the Russian mob to take some powerful items from their Brooklyn home, which doesn’t sit well with the man they’re stolen from…the KINGPIN! Herc and Zeus are caught in the middle, and their only answer appears to be in a house that walks on giant chicken legs?!?

Herculean writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente, along with artist extraordinaire David Hahn, craft one of delectable former demigod’s craziest adventures yet!

Story by Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak
Art by David Hahn
Cover by Carlo Pagulayan & Michael Avon Oeming

Price: $3.99
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JdRavnos12/01/11NoRead Review


  1. One of my favorite books at Marvel, so I’m sad to see it go. Loved how it was A) a great Big Trouble In Little China-esque adventure book and B) Brooklyn centric.

  2. Always sad when a good book is canceled. I had worried when they de-powered Herc but it worked.

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