... unfortunately for the ginormous creature, the demi-god Hercules successfully captured the boar – as outlined by one of his twelve heroic labors. Description from hexapolis.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
danae and persues, my favorite of all stories Zeus impregnated Danae and when the king found out killed her but being part god persues didn't die with her and was found floating in the ocean in a casket. Then he saved the world from the crackin and helped defeat kronos....
Andromeda- in Greek mythology, she was the daughter to Cepheus and Cassiopeia. Her mother's huberous towards the goddess Thetis led towards Andromeda being stripped naked and chained to a rock as a sacrifice to Cetus, the Kraken.
Charybdis- Greek myth: a huge female sea monster. She was the daughter of Poseidon and Gaia. She was extremely fat and to satisfy her hunger she stole the cattle of Heracles. Enraged, zeus cursed her, and turned her into a sea monster. She now sucks in massive amounts of water three times a day creating huge whirlpools.