- Theogony by Hesiod 800BC - 700BC
This poem is one of the oldest versions of the rise and fall of Prometheus.
- Works and Days by Hesiod 800BC - 700BC
Hesiod takes another pass at the Prometheus myth. Hey, why not? It went over well the first time.
- Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus 500BC - 400BC
Check out the only surviving play from Aeschylus' trilogy about mankind's best buddy.
- "Prometheus" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 1772 - 1774
Prometheus does a lot smack talking to Zeus in this classic German poem of the Sturm and Drang Movement.
- Prometheus Unbound by Percy Bysshe Shelley 1820
Since Aeschylus's sequel to Prometheus Bound was lost, Shelley thought he'd fill in the blanks with his own play.
- "Prometheus" by Franz Kafka 1917 - 1923
Kafka spins four different versions of Prometheus' tale in this short story.
- Marvel Comics 1982
Prometheus made his first appearance in the Marvel Universe in the Avengers #282, when he helped the superhero team fight Zeus, Poseidon, and some other big bossy Olympians.
- The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan 2009
In this awesome novel for young adults, Prometheus gives Percy Jackson Pandora's jar of hope to help him battle Kronos.
- God of War II 2007
In this bloody video game, Kratos releases Prometheus from his eternal torment by helping him die.