Ancient heroes and divinities, like Heracles, are recognizable by their physical appearance and, especially, their attributes.
The promontories that flank the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar were referred to as the Pillars of Hercules.
This is an excellent book, clearly laid out, and written in an engaging and pleasant manner, that comes warmly recommended.
Disney does Hercules, resulting in an entertaining movie that’s fun for all the family.
The sequel to Steve Moore’s first graphic novel treatment of the hero Hercules is essentially more of the same.
Some of the best so-called Peplum movies are two Italian-produced films about Hercules starring Steve Reeves.
Based on the comic book by Steve Moore, this energetic Hercules movie also borrows from classic Peplum films.
A review of the inspiration for the Dwayne Johnson vehicles Hercules 3D: a graphic novel by Steve Moore.
Just when you thought movies about Heracles couldn’t get much worse than The Legend of Hercules, along comes Hercules Reborn.
A joyless, soulless exercise in tedium with mediocre performances by way of an added “bonus”. Avoid at all costs.