Perseus Storyboard 1

Perseus Storyboard 1

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  • You stay in here so you can never have that devil child!
  • Welcome, strangers!
  • Hey, she's pretty cute. But I really don't like that kid...
  • It all started with King Acrisius of Argos. He learned through a prophecy that his daughter, Danae, would give birth to a child that would kill him. He took precaution and trapped her so she couldn’t get pregnant and have a child.
  • While trapped, Zeus came to her in a shower of gold. She discovered she bore a child and it was his. She gave birth and Acrisius discovered the boy, named Perseus. He sent Danae and Perseus off to sea, hoping they would never be seen again.
  • Hermes! Athena! What are you doing here?
  • We're here to help you on your quest, Perseus! Find the Gray Women!
  • Soon enough, they washed up on land and were welcomed and cared by the residents. One of them, Polydectes, was attracted to Danae, but he didn’t want Perseus. He devised a plan to kill Perseus.
  • Tell me where those Nymphs live if you want your eye back!
  • Okay, we'll tell you everything you want!
  • Polydectes announced he was getting married and invited his friends, including Perseus, to give gifts. Perseus had nothing to give, and therefore promised the most spectacular of gifts — Medusa’s head.
  • I'll... uh... I'll get you the head of Medusa!
  • As no man could accomplish this feat alone, he was helped by two gods: Athena and Hermes. Hermes appeared to him first and told him he needed to find the Nymphs of the North. He should go to the Gray Women as they could tell him where the Nymphs reside.
  • The three Gray Women all shared one eye and handed it off to each other, taking turns using it. Perseus waited for them to move the eye and stole it from them. He gave it back once they told him where the Nymphs of the North lived.
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