Zeus (known in Roman as Jupiter) is the king of the Olympian Gods and is father to many of the gods and brother to Poseidon, Hades, Hera, Demeter and Hestia. He is also the father of the legendary hero Hercules. He tells his son Hercules that to join the gods, he must become a hero, which he defines as something more than being famous. Zeus is betrayed by Hades, but Hercules later saves him and Olympus, and Zeus reveals that for willingly giving his life to save Meg, he is finally a true hero and can be a god. Nonetheless, he is supportive of his son's decision to remain with Meg. Son of Rhea and Cronus and father of Hercules and Hebe and Nemesis and Helen and Aphrodite and Ares and Hephaestus and Bacchus and Persephone and the The Muses and Hecate and Athena and Apollo and Artemis
PastEditMany eons ago, Zeus imprisoned the deadly Titans, who threatened to destroy the world, deep beneath the ocean where they would remain for the rest of eternity undisturbed. However he was unaware that the next planetary alignment would reveal the location of the Titans prison.
- shape shift
- Can create stuff out of the clouds
FilmEditZeus is the jolly, stubborn type. He Is married to Hera, who in the real myth, hates Heracles, also known as Hercules. He is extremely angry when Heracles gets stolen by Pain and Panic, Hades's imps.
TV Series Edit
- Hercules and the Apollo Mission
- Hercules and the King of Thessaly
- Hercules and the Big kiss (cameo)
- Hercules and the Family Weekend