But, centuries later, Ares returned to encourage war through his manipulation of mortals. He was voiced by Nolan North in God of War (2005), and Clancy Brown for the rest of the series. The young goddess immediately assisted her mother with the birth of her twin Apollo, and from then on she assumed the role of G… Here is the first Funny Comics video of God of War, I hope you like this video, If you like my content, please give it a Like and subscribe and please support the channel with through my Patreon The story is set after Kratos' defeat of the former God of War, Ares. The God Of War franchise makes is way into the comic world with a bang. Hades is the God of the Underworld and a major antagonist in the video game God of War III. This comic artwork would later be used for the Ascension Prequel story: How Kratos became Captain of his own Spartan Army and his daughter suffering from a disease is revealed. God of War is an action-adventure game developed by Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE). Saying that the comics do the video game series justice, for fans of God of War, this should be in their comic collection. Wonder Woman: War of the Gods gets the Tales from the Dark Multiverse treatment this Tuesday, and we’ve got a preview of the comic for you here courtesy of DC… The realms of the gods … Kratos exited the cave after the battle and saw a group of Spartans riding towards him on horseback. God of War #6 is an issue of the series God of War (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 2011.  Scott A. Steinberg, Vice President of Product Marketing at Sony Computer Entertainment America said, "we are thrilled to work with the world's largest comic book publisher to bring one of our most beloved PlayStation franchises...to comic book fans." The team included Sigurd, Lorelei, Theseus, Beowulf and his already allies Ire, Gilgamesh and Tiresias. Kratos pursues Alrik on a captured roc, knowing that although his men will be taken to the Underworld, they will be honored in Sparta for their sacrifices. Fortnite is teasing a God of War Kratos skin for chapter 2 season 5 Fortnite is getting a new skin for chapter 2 season 5, and it's none other than the Ghost of Sparta himself.  In the present, Kratos encounters his ally and mentor Athena, the Goddess of Wisdom, and the Chaos Giant, Gyges. An immortal being who draws his power from belief and conflict, Ares was worshipped by many on Earth as a god of Olympus. In his journey, Kratos entered a cave and encountered a strange healer who granted him with a powerful weapon known as Apollo's Flame. Beowulf battled Catastrophobiabut was no match for the new god. ", This article is about the comic book series published from 2010–11. He said that the story adds nothing of value and it is rough. Kratos flew back to Sparta on a Roc and barely managed to save his daughter from being thrown off a cliff. The first five issues of God of War were published by WildStorm. She wears a toga-like outfit and always carries a staff with her. After defeating a group of Satyrs, the Spartans came across Herodius and his ship. As Kratos continues his journey, Athena appears to him in the form of a spectral image, and warns him not to continue this, for it is now "the dead he must fear." Unfortunately, Alrik decapitated the man and took his disembodied head with him in his journey. However, a nearby elder informed Kratos of a possible way to heal his daughter's illness: the healing elixir of the Gods, the Ambrosia of Asclepius. A determined Kratos leapt onto a nearby Roc and callously abandoned his men, all of whom died, begging for their leader not to abandon them. We never saw him fight onscreen, but the God of War Thor wins the point here since he’s been known to slaughter all the Giants in one go. Dedicated to forwarding the cause of war, he acts as a corrupting influence to manipulate others and spread violence. Seeking to put the rage that defined most of his life behind him, Kratos inadvertently sparks a feud with a mysterious cult of berserkers after attempting to save a stranger being mauled by a monstrous bear. Kratos eventually caught up with Alrik, and their battle led to them having fallen from a devastating height, onto the ground. A prequel, Ascension (2013), was also released for the PS3. Wolfman said that Santa Monica ensured the mythology was consistent while revealing new facts about Kratos' past. Rating it 5 out of 10, Murphy said that he "can’t give this one a pass, even to the hardcore God of War fans" who should "skip it. Artemis was a popular and widely worshiped deity across the Hellenic world. The comic book series was announced at the 2009 Comic-Con International, and was scheduled to debut in October 2009, but its launch was delayed to coincide with that of God of War III in March 2010. Aside from the usual hunting, she ruled over forests and wild beasts, archery and disease. Subscribe! Wolfman said that he had already played the first two games, so there was no research to be done and "it's because [he] loved the game that [he] wanted to do the comic." Kratos and his crew made their way into a desert, where Hades, in a move of desperation, fired gigantic balls of fire from the sky annihilating half of the army one of the fireballs nearly hits Kratos but Nikos pushes him out of the way at the cost of his own life . But before the meeting could end the Uprising Storm attacked. Hercules called his gods and demigods friends from around the globe to join the team that he was putting back together; the Gods of War, with hopes of stopping the new gods known as the The Uprising Storm. The squabbles of the two attracted the attention of a Kerosian warrior named Pothia, champion of Artemis, who also sought after the Ambrosia due to the fact that the children the women of her tribe bore were stillborn.  On returning to the island, Kratos discovers that the island is actually one of the Chaos Giants, the fifty-headed and one hundred armed Gyges. He also felt that the writing was exceptionally low in quality. Kratos then grabbed the head of Danaus, and commanded other Rocs to swoop down and rip Alrik to shreds. He introduced new characters, including Kratos' wife—who appeared in the games but was never named. Being manipulated by Hades and watching his father being cremated he took up the mantle of Barbarian King, and Alrik vowed vengeance on Kratos giving birth to the events to come. Meanwhile, Alrik and his men encountered a man named Danaus, commander of animals and champion of Hermes. His Roman counterpart is the god Mars. Unfortunately, Alrik and his Barbarians suddenly arrived, and the two armies clashed over the healing elixir. The monster battles Kratos, only for the latter to destroy the spider's eggs and utterly crush the beast. Each will choose a champion who is in search of the Ambrosia, with the successful god receiving an award (e.g., having statues erected in their honor across Greece). After being almost burned alive, Kratos drowns his foe and successfully retrieves the Ambrosia, but as he leaves, he and his Spartan troops are ambushed by Alrik's horde of barbarians. After burying the fallen and paying their last respects, Kratos and his men finally made it to the Tree of Life, the very tree which held the Ambrosia. In Issue #6, Gyges refers to Kratos as the "son of Zeus", though this is not revealed until. They did praise it for being gory like the games, and said "While the art may be iffy, it does have an excellent atmosphere of darkness and constant betrayal. However, there is a censored version, where Lahkesis is wearing a metal plate to cover her revealing breast.  Binary Messiah was disappointed in the art. God of War Main Series: Main Games: God of War: Ascension | God of War: Chains of Olympus | God of War (2005) | God of War: Ghost of Sparta | God of War II | God of War III | God of War: A Call from the Wilds | God of War (2018) Others: God of War (Novel) | God of War 2 Novel | God of War (Comics) Remakes and Ports: Collections: The story references two periods in Kratos' life; his boyhood training and life in the Spartan Army as the unwitting champion of Ares, and the narrative present, in which he has assumed the role of God of War after defeating Ares.  Comic Vine said, "The idea here screams comic books," however, the "results were a mixed offering." Meanwhile, Hades revives Alrik and the barbarian returns home to find out his father had succumbed to his illness and died. 1 Greek History 2 God of War Comics 3 Trivia 4 Related Pages The Therans were people that lived on Thera, a volcanic island about 200 km southeast from Greece's mainland. She eventually bore him a daughter they named Calliope, but, much to their horror, the child was infected with a disease; Spartan law dictated that all diseased or weak infants shall be hurled into the chasm of Mount Taygetos and left there to their demise. Danaus sought after the Ambrosia, for the livestock of his land were afflicted with a plague. Although the effects were sometimes stunning, other times they were "distracting, or even chuckle-inducing." ", After reading God of War #1, Joe Juba of Game Informer said "If you have a choice between reading this comic and doing something else, you should do something else...like play God of War III again." The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written. However, unbeknownst to both warriors, the Olympian Gods had created a wager in which various mortals (who are completely oblivious to the Gods' involvement) were selected to capture the Ambrosia, spreading diseases throughout their lands and everything they held dear as incentives; the God who chose the mortal who would capture the Ambrosia first would attain victory. Despite being written by Marv Wolfman, he said the story does not satisfy fans of the video game series: "I didn't think the story made much sense, and it doesn't contribute to the overall lore of the universe; it just seems to be setting Kratos up for another fetch-quest." , In the present, Kratos overcomes several obstacles in his quest to find the Ambrosia, including defeating a giant spider, ignoring Athena's pleas to stop his quest, and overcoming the reanimated corpses of Captain Nikos and his men—a final attempt by Hades to stop the Spartan. " Joe Juba gave some praise to the art, stating that it "is kind of neat" and "it's stylish, if nothing else". 1 Members 1.1 Bronze Talos 1.2 Stone Talos 1.3 Elemental Talos 1.3.1 Fire Talos 1.3.2 Ice Talos 1.3.3 Thunder Talos 2 Gallery 3 Trivia 4 Navigation Bronze Talos is a minor enemy in God of War III. As in the video game series, the comic book's protagonist is Kratos. Alrik, the barbarian King that Kratos would later fight is named and has been revealed to have also pursued the Ambrosia to save his dying father from a disease inflicted upon him by Hades. Comic Book #1 - God of War Digital Comic Issue #0 PS4 Wellcome to QP GAMES Like the video if you enjoyed Thanks for watching! In his fiery battle with Cereyon, Kratos inadvertently burned off Gyges' one hundred arms, and then stole the Ambrosia. , Kratos gains control of Danaus' head and uses its power against Alrik, who is torn apart by rocs. Although there is some realism in the art, it does not match the art of the games.  Danaus is killed by Alrik, who retains Danaus' head to possess his magical ability. The warriors then set off, while, in a faraway land, the Prince of the Barbarians, Alrik, saw his father suffer from a serious illness which confined him to his bed. Want Myths, Urban Legends and True History? If it no longer meets these criteria, you can reassess it. God of War (DC Comics) has been listed as one of the Language and literature good articles under the good article criteria.If you can improve it further, please do so. God of War is a six-issue American comic book limited series set in the Greek mythology era of the God of War universe. Kratos then uses the Fire of Apollo to destroy both the Tree of Life and Gyges. Kratos and his soldiers then commandeered the ship, but, Poseidon, infuriated that his champion was slain, attempted to kill the Spartans using his powers over the oceans. Cover by Andy Park. It is unknown which god sent the giant talking Arachnid after Kratos but it may be better off not being revealed as Kratos would later kill the gods. It was published on January 26, 2011. God of War is a six-issue American comic book limited series set in the Greek mythology era of the God of War universe. The leader of the crew, Nikos, stated that the King of Sparta sent them to aid Kratos. She stated that the games have strong, epic images, and that she easily adapted her style to Wolfman's writing as he "did really good work showing both dramatic and epic scenes." As Gyges died in agony and fire, Kratos left the area, knowing full well that Ares' followers will hunt him down for ruining their last opportunity to revive their fallen God. , The God of War comic series received mixed reviews. After entering a cave, he encounters a gigantic arachnid capable of speech. He questions the arachnid on who sent it, but it dies from its wounds before it can relay any information. They also noted a mistake with the flashback scenes, as in these scenes, it shows Kratos with his ash-white skin, but this complexion did not occur until after he slayed his family. , The series was published on a bi-monthly schedule between March 2010 and January 2011. Sorrentino used color to give importance to each scene, adding hot colors (red, orange, or brown) in action scenes and cold ones (green or light blue) in others so that readers could immediately have an emotional reaction. Who You Callin A Cueball? She was also a protector of young and unmarried women. In case you somehow weren't already aware, Sony's Santa Monica Studio's art director Raf Grassetti has regularly shared some lovely redesigns for … ISBN 1-4012-2972-7. Similar to Zeus her eyes are white. After which, Nikos and Kratos debated on whether or not the men should rest.