This epic poem about the Trojan War may be written by a Greek, but Trojan Hector sure seems like the man in it. (Was Homer a secret Trojan sympathizer? You be the judge.)
In this ancient poem, big bad Achilles skewers Hector, drags his body around, and leaves it for the dogs. (Um... gross.)
The Trojan War gets a Roman spin in this super famous collection of mythological poems.
Hector falls and his city isn't too far behind in this epic poem that picks up where the Iliad leaves off. (Yeah, we know. It's kind of depressing.)
In this "problem" play, Achilles comes off as a total jerk when he can only defeat Hector by jumping him with a bunch of dudes while Hector is unarmed. Not cool, Achilles.
Eric Bana plays the doomed Hector in this Hollywood blockbuster loosely based on the Iliad. (Bring your tissues.)
Marvel Comics brings you an awesome adaption of Homer's Iliad, Hector included.
Marvel kicks out yet another digital comic about the Trojan War. Hector and everybody else all look suitably awesome.