The series was released on DVD. The first three episodes were released on February 19, as Chaos and includes a behind-the-scenes featurette. No further episodes were released on DVD. In , Amazon has uploaded the show on its video streaming website Amazon Prime, listing it broken into 4 "seasons".
10 Best TV Shows About Greek Mythology | ScreenRant
It's no secret anymore that most of the stories in Greek mythology have Zeus to thank because he can't resist his urges. Still, it's probably for the best since, without his urges, television would not have graced its viewers with some timeless tales about the dysfunction of the gods and their favored human champions. Needless to say, Greek mythology is a favorite source material of modern media due to how poetic, tragic, and philosophical it can be. Even something as seemingly harmless as having an illegitimate child or getting lost in a return journey home never gets old. It's a made-up tale of a Greek hero but follows a template similar to the story of Theseus. It's not just Heron's journey the show gives focus to but also the brewing drama between Zeus and Hera, the latter of which was vengefully bitter regarding her husband's affair.
Every fan of Greek Mythology should see this very imaginative anime. Ulysses 31 is set in space in another weird universe making it very mysterious like a dream that only Morpheus could conjure up. One of my favorite scenes in this brilliant anime is when Hermes makes a surprising appearance when you least expect it. Everyone should read all of the books first because the books are so amazing that your imagination will come to life.