- The Odyssey by Homer 801BC - 601BC
The sexy sea witch makes her most famous appearance in this epic poem, in which she turns Odysseus' men into swine.
- The Argonautica by Apollonius Rhodius 300BC - 200BC
Circe absolves her niece, Medea, and Jason of the crime of murder in this ancient poem, which chronicles the quest for the Golden Fleece.
- The Argonautica by Valerius Flaccus 100BC - 2BC
Another version of the Quest for the Golden Fleece by the author often recognized for having the most ridiculous name ever.
- The Library of History by Diodorus Siculus 100BC - 2BC
Circe rears her head again once again in the story of the Golden Fleece. Man, this one was popular.
- The Metamorphoses by Ovid 2
Ovid gives the scoop on how Circe turned Scylla into a psycho-monster all for the love of Glaucus.
- Wonder Woman Comics 1938 - 2012
Throughout her super hero career, the Amazing Amazon has been plagued by the villainous Circe.
- "Circe's Power" by Louise Glück 1996
This cool modern poem gives Circe's version of her affair with Odysseus.
- The Odyssey 1997
The epic poem transformed into an epic TV series—Circe included.
- Hercules 1998
Circe puts the moves on Hercules' buddy Icarus in this animated Disney TV series.
- Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan
The witchy goddess turns Percy Jackson into a guinea pig in this novel. (Yeah, she got tired of dealing with real pigs.)
- Marvel Illustrated: The Odyssey 2008
Check out Circe in Marvel's digital comic version of Odysseus's greatest adventure.