Egyptian myth, rendered in full colour. Funny, puerile, silly, and a little bit mucky. And yet both despite this and because of this, it is as educational as it is entertaining (greatly so, just to be clear), and otherwise quite, quite brilliant.
The God Horus vows bloody revenge on his Uncle Set for the murder of his Pharaoh father – and so the great battle between the deities begins. Who will emerge triumphant and claim the throne of Egypt?
The most famous myth in Ancient Egypt is faithfully resurrected by Hamish Steele in all of its hilarious and symbolic glory.
(Warning: ‘Pantheon’ contains incest, decapitation, suspicious salad, fighting hippos, lots of scorpions, and a golden willy)