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Classics Summarized: The Odyssey

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MrPjw5
MrPjw5 9 日 前
Very disappointed you didn’t close out this video with a cover of “Man In Constant Sorrow.” I suppose it was because you were in a tight spot.
Celestia Ludenberg
So now I want a new channel called Myths on Helium.
TheWholeKitAndKaboodle
I am so impressed by how much your art has evolved over the past 6-ish years. I know that you don’t generally like these videos very much, and I get it, I really do. It’s the fact of your eyes being better critics anymore, not to mention that your hands can do far better. But I don’t know, having to notches to mark your growth I think is important and cool
AdvN
AdvN 14 日 前
wait...happily ever after? are you sure?
James Mullins
James Mullins 14 日 前
You use tumblr, draw furry porn, and generally wear oversized hoodies everywhere, dont you?
margie schlieter
margie schlieter 19 日 前
THE DOG NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
fuzzyhair321
fuzzyhair321 25 日 前
Yeah to only explain where the hell Odysseus went. Makes a hell sense that he went around the Atlantic but how there ship survive is I don't know
Summers Remedy
Summers Remedy 25 日 前
when odysseus comes home: *Honey I'm home. oh yeah-there is blood now*
Sanjay Bhattacharya
The only thing from Greek mythology that I want in my life to happen is; getting marooned on the island of Calypso with her. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Marifer Bengero
Marifer Bengero 26 日 前
the simplest way of telling the Odyssey! kudos to you
Chandan Bhowal
Chandan Bhowal 28 日 前
Heh that was actually a really great story
Amethyst!紫晶
Amethyst!紫晶 29 日 前
love it
Harihara Sai Mohan
I'm just happy that you didn't end it with the Telegonus part
Carmen Mercedes
Carmen Mercedes ヶ月 前
May I just say: Cannibal giants Ate humans? whuuuu???
Amrutha Reddy
Amrutha Reddy ヶ月 前
The dog dying was the saddest part in this entire book.
Alexander Capitulo
The ending is weirdly…wholesome. Literally made me smile.
Zahra Alturaihy
Zahra Alturaihy ヶ月 前
Thank you for this video it helped me in my history class 🤦🏻‍♀️i was so confused
Pranav Gogwekar
Pranav Gogwekar ヶ月 前
Lifting a heavy bow and winning the contest to marry the bride. Odyssey, Ramayana and Mahabharata had it common. Not sure if borrowed story or a common Indo European tradition.
The king in yellow, Messiah of hastur
Oh yes, the most morally righteous Greek hero.
DaDragonBro Plays
I love iMovie
Frankie Goddard
Frankie Goddard ヶ月 前
Iv re watched these so meany times they are grate xx.
An Idiot
An Idiot ヶ月 前
Is it just me or was there a funky cut at 0:16?
TheDumbOne_M
TheDumbOne_M ヶ月 前
for me his name is ulisses it is so similar
Zan
Zan ヶ月 前
I like how Odysseus just casually sails to hell and back like it's nothing
Zan
Zan ヶ月 前
Oh god I finally understand everything
Sheban Adam
Sheban Adam ヶ月 前
calm down narrator....anyone chasing you?
OriginalAkivara
OriginalAkivara ヶ月 前
I like the part where all the suitors are so busy laughing at this old beggar trying to string the bow that they're not even paying attention and then Odysseus gains all their attention by plucking the string once it's strung (it makes a noise).
MsPoisonIvy6
MsPoisonIvy6 ヶ月 前
"Hetero death partners" oh my God I ship it
Courtney Martin
Courtney Martin ヶ月 前
I loved this. After reading the book for school this was exactly what I needed!
Rigved Tonape
Rigved Tonape ヶ月 前
'Troy story 2' just imnediately got me. Ahh.
Kyle Christine Ignacio
Hi i love your troy story 1 and 2! I rlly like how u show achilles and patroclus as hetero partners till death hehe. Anyways the troy story 1 and 2 is ling and boring but u made it interesting!!! Thanks a lot. I can answer my homework now! And btw achilles and patroclus is... *cough *cough ..uhmm u know.. 👬
Unfinished Zizzy
Unfinished Zizzy ヶ月 前
Fun fact! Telemachus either marries Circe or Calypso after his dad dies. Unsure if this was mentioned or not.
suicidal stolen art
It was calypso since there's a version where he was later killed by circe's song, Telegonus
ferit Perliare
ferit Perliare ヶ月 前
10:45 jerrasic bark flashbacks (The futurama episode where fry finds his petrified dog in the ruins of new York and wants to return him to life but discovers he lived much longer than he even knew fry and yet we are shown that for all those years he simply waits for fry to return until he dies
diddymuck
diddymuck ヶ月 前
dear narrator lady...what do you actually look like? like your drawing of self or is it a generalization? pls provide a photo on a future presentation. may I say that your work is exceptional. Keep em coming!
DragonGuy GTO
DragonGuy GTO ヶ月 前
Odysseus: Woman, I'm married! Also, Odysseus: *Sleeps with Calypso the night before he leaves* Though if you ask me, maybe it was Odysseus' way of thanking Calypso for letting him go? I don't know.
Carl Thomas Williams Jr.
I looked at the dog part...and it reminded me of how my dog had to be taken to the vet because he wasn't feeling so good....
Joy Rosebud
Joy Rosebud ヶ月 前
Dude I’m so confused
vinayak sharma
vinayak sharma ヶ月 前
Associating Sirens with Turn the Beat around killed me 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
LinkLauncher
LinkLauncher ヶ月 前
The end song got cut for copyright free music XD
Sounak Chatterjer
Well funnily enough during the Argo's voyage too they sailed up a big river,then had to carry it overland and end in a land of cannibal giants like the Lastrygonians on their escape from Colchis.Some believe it was the Danube or Don and they ended up In the Norse lands that way(makes sense when they later come up to the Pillars of Hercules from an unknown sea,plus at Phaethons crash site in Italy from the wrong side,i.e left instead of the Greek right)
Sounak Chatterjer
Nestor is just one big "Back in My Day" personification
Jonah Falcon
Jonah Falcon 2 ヶ月 前
I liked 500 Miles as the end credits song. It was super-appropriate. (sigh)
Timmytime178
Timmytime178 2 ヶ月 前
"Scylla is one ugly piece of work" Idk she looks kinda cute TBH 😳
Harry Russell
Harry Russell 2 ヶ月 前
Odysseus loses his head band Odysseus gets new headband but better
Labynock Vlogs
Labynock Vlogs 2 ヶ月 前
This video is comedy and history in one. Love it, it was f*cking good
The Alpha Yith
The Alpha Yith 2 ヶ月 前
I swear, Odysseus did not deserve that miserable decade-long trip home. Poor guy.
Nala*
Nala* 2 ヶ月 前
... Beauty
ava anime
ava anime 2 ヶ月 前
That dude needs a fricking break
Austyn Morris
Austyn Morris 2 ヶ月 前
Okay so to put a sort of smile on the dog part, think of it this way, the dog had waited for its master, and now that it knows its master is okay and safe he can now rest peacefully, he clung to life so he could see his master safe again.
Jonathan Holliday
Jonathan Holliday 2 ヶ月 前
God's are so temperamental, they're literally giant f*cking babies
Dipanjana Kusary
Dipanjana Kusary 2 ヶ月 前
So this is basically"Percy Jackson and sea of monsters" with the miseries of Odysseus poor Odysseus though
Scroobily
Scroobily 2 ヶ月 前
“Listen and hear of the secret congress of bright-bodied Aphrodite and Ares, wrinkling the marriage-bed of Hephaestus shamelessly. But trusted servant Helius saw their mutual delight, and at once the tale travelled to lord Hephaestus, who, hearing this heart-grief, brooded in dark thought, then slammed an anvil down on the block, and he hammered chains indestructible, to keep the pair right where they wanted to be. The god’s fury forged the trap, then he went home, where his bed stood innocent and neat. Round the bed-posts he wrapped his subtle net, so delicate it seemed a spider’s art; such could not so much as be seen, these threads, even, he hoped, by gods. Up to the rafters he stretched his chains, this first of artificers, and spread a cunning web all round the place. When he was satisfied with this criss-cross, he made great show of sailing to Lemnos, the well-built city he favoured above all other lands. And Ares, whose love of Cytheria kept him attentive to her husband’s business, saw him depart. Gladly then he sped swiftly to his sweetheart and the celebrated artist’s bedroom. Now, the bright-bodied goddess had just come from her father, mighty Cronus’ son, and had just sat herself down when her love arrived. He took her by the hand, and spoke: ‘Come, love, let us lie together and cheer each other, for now Hephaestus is far from here; off, I think, to visit Lemnos and see the wild-sounding Sintians.’ And bright-bodied Aphrodite welcomed him close beside her on the marriage-bed, where they lay together in gentle sleep. Then did the cunning art of Hephaestus trap the amorous pair unawares, who learned-too late, in panic-they could not so much as move a finger, though wrestled with leg and arm to break the bonds that clung : but in alarm they knew they were caught. Then the halting, dire, heavy tread of the crooked-footed fire god came close, and closer; and he stood there looming over them; for he had turned round before Lemnos, when Helius sent word of the issue of his watch. So, sad at heart, bitterly angry Hephaestus sent a shout up to all the gods, and hear now his part : ‘Father Zeus! and all the gods in happiness forever, come! and mock this ridiculous sight (which yet is intolerable to see). See how the daughter of Zeus, Aphrodite, scorning my misshapen feet, dishonours me, and instead loves all-destroying Ares! He is beautiful and healthy in build, but I was born lame. This I haven’t caused, but was born this way-my parents share the blame! (If only they’d never given me life!) So the gods came to the house of shining brass. Earthshaking Poseidon came; and Hermes, bringer of luck; and Apollo, who works far : but the goddesses stayed in their homes, mortified. Now the gods, giver of blessings, at the doorway sent up laughter to rattle the sky, seeing the art of inventive Hephaestus, who queried the gods in humour : ‘You think they want to lie a little longer? No. Their desire has fled, but my snare and my chains will keep them stuck together until my marriage gifts are given back to me by her father-given for the sake of this dogfaced girl!-his heartless daughter.’ So the gods sent sidelong glances hither and thither; and one, then another, spoke out : ‘Evil work does not end well. The patient seizes the swift;-as this limping artist now has Ares in his grip, the fastest of all the blest gods who hold Olympus! The god of crooked feet has used his wiles to catch Ares, who now must pay the debt.’ So now the gods held an impromptu court. Apollo said to Hermes, son of Zeus : ‘Wise translator Hermes, would you feel nice to lie in bed by golden Aphrodite, even if bound in solid chains?’ And Hermes answered : ‘Lord Apollo, master archer, let three times as many bonds hold me there, and let all the goddesses look on, and still I say yes, I would sleep by beautiful Aphrodite.’ So he spoke; and laughs again broke out among the gods. But Poseidon didn’t laugh. Instead, he prayed to crafty Hephaestus (‘in the name of Zeus’) to free Ares, and said : ‘Free him and I promise that he’ll pay all that is due to the gods.’ And the god of the crooked feet spoke next : “Sorry, earthshaker, I will not do that. If the slippery Ares refuses to pay, where’s the virtue in your promise? I cannot keep the earthshaker in chains until the debt is paid.’ And the god of the sea said : ‘Hephaestus, if Ares chooses to flee, and fails to pay, I myself will pay.’ At last the crooked one had this to say : ‘So be it. To refuse you is unseemly.’ So mighty Hephaestus released the chains, and springing out of bed the two freed ones departed at once without even speaking. Ares went to Thrace, while laughter-loving Aphrodite went to Cyprus; and to Paphos, where her home and altar are steeped in fragrance. There the Graces bathed her, and anointed her skin with glistening oil; and clothed her in charming garments, lovely to behold.”
FIsh
FIsh 2 ヶ月 前
The new ending song really leaves me unsettled. It feels like someone staring deep into my soul.
CosmicSlayer99
CosmicSlayer99 2 ヶ月 前
I’m only on the “Troy Story 2” part of the video and I’m already pinning this video as one of the best I’ve ever seen in my life.
Craytherlaygaming
Craytherlaygaming 2 ヶ月 前
10:47 Fucking loyal ass doggo He be like "I AIN'T DYING TILL I WELCOM MASTER HOOOME!!" Wait that totally is actually what happened... doggo died... and then It's puppy eyes looked to hade's and hadies was like... "Fuck I can't say no, go up and wait for your master to come home"
penelope hamato
penelope hamato 2 ヶ月 前
7:00- 7:07: was the laugh I needed to make the pain at 10:40 less horrible 10:44: oh god- it’s hachiko before hachiko
Michal Poláček
Michal Poláček 2 ヶ月 前
The dog had to be very old - 9 years of war + 9 years of return home. No wonder he died.
TheFireFerret
TheFireFerret 2 ヶ月 前
is the dog named after the ship or the ship after the dog?
Aden Wessels
Aden Wessels 2 ヶ月 前
So good!
ULook Cool
ULook Cool 2 ヶ月 前
Me @life 10:44
REVERY
REVERY 2 ヶ月 前
on behalf of all english honors students trying to read this book, i thank you
φωτένϊος Μ
φωτένϊος Μ 2 ヶ月 前
I am the only one here who is angry because of τηλέμαχο fighting with sword and not with bow or javelin (Τηλέμαχος= tilemahus= reigns fighter)
João Wilker Da Fonseca Marques
T R O Y S T O R Y 2
Mankind Inc
Mankind Inc 2 ヶ月 前
All the animations are so cute
SketchySketches
SketchySketches 3 ヶ月 前
I’m gonna write a fan fiction where everything is the same except Hades brought the dog back to life as a puppy so it could still live with them
Jane Doe
Jane Doe 3 ヶ月 前
I'm sad there was no mention of how badass penelope was, or her weaving and keeping the suitors at bay all that time
Colby Jackson
Colby Jackson 3 ヶ月 前
I love how nice of a father Poseidon is. Blind my kid? I’ll straight up kill all the people around you and then I’ll make you suffer for several years after.
Craig Hooper
Craig Hooper 3 ヶ月 前
The bit where his crew have ears full of wax and they say ‘what?!’ Killed me and now I’m mad.
superb_mental_disaster
Does the writer not know where Ithaca is?
Fairies and Lillies
Fairies and Lillies 3 ヶ月 前
Is this where the dog die come from?
Joshua Logan
Joshua Logan 3 ヶ月 前
You forgot to mention how Nausicaa found the Valley of The Wind.
Evans Amuk
Evans Amuk 3 ヶ月 前
Panelopi and the suitors is a good name for a bad😅😂😭
Miguel Rodriguez-Piñero Rivas
Menelaus telling his story is best part
kristyn harrington
kristyn harrington 3 ヶ月 前
i love the running gag about careless whisperer playing in the back background of the zoom-ins of achilles and patroclus
Geek Newz
Geek Newz 3 ヶ月 前
odysseus reminds me of sun wukong, everyone hates him but everyone helps him
Redman 2490
Redman 2490 3 ヶ月 前
Honestly the best hot take in the whole video is Circe turning the sailors into pigs for the "bacon cravings" 🤣🤣🤣
Priyanka M
Priyanka M 3 ヶ月 前
Hetero death partner!!!? Sure!
ItsMeMarie
ItsMeMarie 3 ヶ月 前
And Because of this retelling i am 100% sure i want to read Illiad and Odyssey
RenartRegal
RenartRegal 3 ヶ月 前
Odysseus suffering from the Sirens’ disco - well done.
Wb2006xx
Wb2006xx 3 ヶ月 前
Hearing about Argos the dog again. The feels. I cry every time.
Arngeir
Arngeir 3 ヶ月 前
What about that bit at the end where Penelope was like "thanks for killing all the suitors, servants, carry out my bed for this mighty warrior to sleep on!" and Odysseus was like "Aha, nice one! Testing my memory are we? Our bed is built into the palace, it cannot be moved!" at which point Penelope was like "Oh Odysseus it really IS you!" and the happy couple goes to sleep on their built-into-the-palace bed.
Ethan Wolters
Ethan Wolters 3 ヶ月 前
Am I the only one who loves this story just because of how hilariously random it is?
Martha Aigbonoga
Martha Aigbonoga 3 ヶ月 前
wait wait im a mage i have like 2 hit points dnd mages: welcome to the club
Redwood Littletree
Redwood Littletree 3 ヶ月 前
I am grateful you would sacrifice your drawing hand to bring us such awesome content!
Heaven Kizer
Heaven Kizer 3 ヶ月 前
I love how they describe the scarf nymph in the Odyssey they say, "The nymph with the lovely ankles." Like did Homer have a foot fetish or was that the only decent quality about her?
Michaela Ward
Michaela Ward 3 ヶ月 前
I love that Odysseus is still wearing his cool headband when he gets intense
ThoseOtherKids
ThoseOtherKids 3 ヶ月 前
I just realized that in Percy jackson they eat lotus’ which make everyone want to stay. So that’s from this story. Neat
Kim Vereen
Kim Vereen 3 ヶ月 前
The sirens xD xD xD
Game Changer
Game Changer 3 ヶ月 前
I remember in my version of the Odyssey, Odysseus was offered to be bathe by one of his caretaker(who took care of Odysseus since he was a child) by Penelope while he was acting like a lone beggar, his old caretaker noticed a scar on his thigh which was an old injury he got while hunting a boar in the mountains with his doggo, Odysseus tells his caretaker to not tell anyone and asks her which of the maids where whoring themselves to the suitors and promises to slay them alongside the suitors minus those who did not, afterwards goes out with his son Telemachus to visit his father the former king of Ithaca Laertes who became an old farmer after Odysseus's mom died which they share a heartwarming reunion, afterwards Odysseus slays the suitors and reveals himself to Penelope
Idge Of Reason
Idge Of Reason 3 ヶ月 前
Odysseus gotto Norway via the Steppe. Black sea, central to most greek mythology north of Black sea is steppe that gets to Norway.
thechadhuntress
thechadhuntress 3 ヶ月 前
The Odyssey could be renamed as Odysseus and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Decade.
Authy Bonita
Authy Bonita 3 ヶ月 前
Thank you for this summary!
Felipe Matheus
Felipe Matheus 4 ヶ月 前
Please make a video of the Lusiads from Camões. A Portuguese epic inspired by the Classic mythological texts.
Dave
Dave 4 ヶ月 前
From personal experience, the Sirens don't sing, they tell you hop on in, the water is fine, have a swim when the problem is there's no land close by for at least 100 miles. Just get inside the skin, go to bed or go back to work when you start hearing the call.
cp db
cp db 4 ヶ月 前
Thanks for the drawings. I hope you get paid well.
that’swhat_gsaid
that’swhat_gsaid 4 ヶ月 前
“Circe” squad, how we doing?
Derek Bates
Derek Bates 4 ヶ月 前
Simpsons did it! That River Styx joke was well timed.
TheDisguise
TheDisguise 4 ヶ月 前
I love how Penelope's response to "your husband will be back before the end of the month" is "do you think I should get remarried". Honestly, I feel like she kinda knew that the beggar was Odysseus and wanted to see his reaction
TheDisguise
TheDisguise 4 ヶ月 前
I feel like his crew were just as much out to get him as Poseidon
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