It’s “Kill Bill” meets “Clash of the Titans” in Hunt. Kill. Repeat. The all-new, action packed series by Mark London (Battlecats, Knights of the Golden Sun). When the Greek gods invade Earth, society is quickly forced to comply with their new rulers.

However, one god, Artemis, rejects her brethren’s ideology and has found solace in the love of a mortal. When she is called to Olympus to answer for her betrayal, the gods strip away her godly powers and leave her for dead. Now, ten years later, Artemis is on a quest for revenge to confront her father, Zeus, for taking away everything she ever loved.




Join Artemis’ quest for revenge and find the truth

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The Characters


Wild, untamed, and innocent, Artemis is a headstrong goddess with a passionate personality. She is determined to reach her goals and is fiercely protective. The goddess of the hunt, Artemis is a sharpshooter with her bow and arrow–her aim and accuracy are unparalleled.

After the humans’ reckoning, Artemis found herself falling in love with a mortal, Julian, while out on patrol. Renouncing her faith, she secretly carried on a relationship with him, eventually becoming pregnant and hoping to raise a family with him. When her father found out about her secret life, his punishment was swift and cruel. Now, stripped of all her mortal ties, Artemis has set out on a quest for revenge, hunting the Gods one by one until none are left standing.


An artist and a rebel with a cause, Julian is the mortal who initially caught Artemis’ eye while she was out on patrol. Breaking the law of the gods and secretly using technology, Julian swayed Artemis’ heart by sharing the beauty of humanity through art and music. Having fallen in love with Artemis, he had hoped to raise a family and build a life with the goddess.


The King of all Gods and men, Zeus sits at the top of Olympus as a harsh and stern ruler. After Earth became technologically advanced enough to become a threat to the Gods, Zeus enacted a mighty reckoning upon humanity, crushing their technology with his wrath. A prideful and jealous God, Zeus summoned Artemis to Olympus to strip her of her mortal ties upon finding out about her secret, mortal lover.


Egotistical and selfish, Apollo is the god of prophecy who wields a bow and arrow. Apollo is known to have a vain streak, taking deep pride in his carefully manicured appearance. He also has narcissistic tendencies, viewing others (especially mortals) as beneath him due to his godly abilities. From their childhood, Apollo has always been deeply jealous of his sister, Artemis.


The wise warrior goddess, Athena is one of the more calm and calculating members of the pantheon. Despite her reputation, she can have a bit of a short fuse from time to time, and she isn’t much for conversation. She’s never seen without her trusty owl, Cicero.


The messenger god, Hermes is the mischievous and carefree member of the pantheon. Known to host elaborate parties and indulge in general debauchery with mortals, he generally seems to have a more laid-back exterior. Having faced injustice from his family in the past, he tends to be more sympathetic to Artemis’ cause, and is initially reluctant to lash out at her since he just wants her to be happy.


A close, newfound ally of Artemis, Tempus is seemingly a disgraced god with his own aims against Zeus. Tempus rescued Artemis from the facility where she was being held prisoner and is one of the biggest supporters towards her vengeance against her father.


The misfit god. A kind and even-tempered god, Hephaestus is the humble blacksmith of the Gods. After the Gods exacted their wrath on humanity and eliminated their technology, Hephaestus lived among the humans in secrecy–having been presumed dead by the pantheon. He is Artemis’ most loyal supporter and friend, guiding her through using the special Chronograph he created to help her exact her revenge.


Artemis’ cat. Very, very lucky. (Abraxas does have nine lives, after all.)