Only fragments of this ancient text exist, but one of them gives you the low down on Orion.
In this epic poem, Odysseus has an Orion sighting when he swings by the Underworld to consult with the seer, Tiresias.
Diodorus claims in his ancient poem that Orion was the biggest, strongest hero of all time. (We wonder what Heracles would have to say about that.)
Orion gets a few shout-outs (mostly as a constellation) in this collection of ancient poems.
Yup, Orion can walk on water. At least that's what Apollodorus says in this ancient text.
Orion gets caught up in a love triangle with Artemis and Eos in this opera.
In this series of science fiction novels, Orion is reinvented as an eternal warrior fighting against a dark enemy through time and space. (Sounds cool.)
Blind Orion appears in an opera within an opera, where his searching for the sun is used as a metaphor for modern science.