The Last Olympian is the graphic novel adaptation of the novel of the same name. It was released on August 13th, 2019.
All year the half-bloods have been preparing for the inevitable battle against the Titans, knowing the odds of victory are grim. Kronos' army is stronger than ever, and with every god and half-blood he recruits, the evil Titan’s power only grows. While the Olympians struggle to contain the rampaging monster Typhon, Kronos begins his advance on New York City, where Mount Olympus stands virtually unguarded. Now it’s up to Percy Jackson and an army of young demigods to stop the Lord of Time. In this epic finale to the New York Times best-selling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, the long-awaited prophecy surrounding Percy’s sixteenth birthday unfolds. As the battle for Western civilization rages on the streets of Manhattan, Percy faces a terrifying suspicion that he may be fighting against his own fate. Relive the showdown in this all-new graphic novel adaptation.
Differences from the book
- Percy's date with Rachel at the beach is briefly seen after he falls into the ocean when the Princess Andromeda blows up.
- When in Atlantis, Poseidon gives Percy the sand dollar he gave on his fifteenth birthday in The Battle of the Labyrinth novel.
- Percy reads the prophecy to the entire camp, not just the council.
- During the conversation with Hermes, Annabeth doesn't dub Zeus as blind and Percy doesn't accuse Hermes of abandoning Luke.
- Hermes' message doesn't include Athena reminding Percy about her displeasure about Percy's relationship with Annabeth.
- Annabeth takes the hit from a poisoned arrow for Percy, not a knife.
- Blackjack isn't called to take Annabeth away from Kronos.
- Thalia Grace and the Hunters of Artemis join the Battle of Manhattan in the middle of the fight rather then at the start.
- During the truce, Prometheus doesn't address Thalia with her mother's last name.
- Percy tells Grover to give Pandora's pithos to Hestia instead of doing it himself.
- Right before Silena dies, she doesn't show Kronos's scythe charm, Percy instead realizes that she was Luke's spy without it.
- Annabeth admits that Percy was right about Luke all along on the streets, not in the elevator.
- Kronos addresses Hades first upon his arrival instead of Nico. Hades doesn't call Kronos "father" as he does in the novel.
- Thalia doesn't join them in the elevator as they are chasing Kronos.
- Upon his arrival in the throne room, Kronos addresses Hestia first with Pandora's pithos, which he doesn't do in the novel.
- Before he fights with Percy, Kronos doesn't change his scythe back into Luke's old sword Backbiter, which he does in the novel.
- Luke dies directly after stricken his weak point, instead asking Percy to aid all the unclaimed demigods and children of minor gods before sacrificing himself.
- Rachel doesn't take Blackjack to get to Camp Half-Blood.
- Michael Yew is shown to have survived the Battle of Manhattan.
- Sally Jackson does not fight in the final stand.
- When Percy asks for his wish, Athena doesn't support him as she does in the novel.
- Any scenes with Paul Blofis, Persephone, Bianca di Angelo, Maria di Angelo, Mr. Dare, and Chris Rodriguez.
- Percy’s imprisonment by Hades and double-cross by Nico. Instead he just talks to Achilles and baths in the River Styx before being confronted by Hades's forces.
- When Percy gives each cabin a specific place to defend.
- When Will Solace treats Annabeth's wounds.
- When Percy sits on his father's throne to get his attention.
- When Kronos wrecks Olympus, including a shrine to Artemis, also the scene when Hera accidentally causes one of her statues to fall on Thalia's legs.
- When Percy asks for the pact of the Big Three to broken.
- Percy's individual conversations with Hermes and Athena respectively.
- When Rachel becomes the new Oracle of Delphi.
- Percy and Annabeth's third kiss underwater when they were tossed into the lake by snoopers led by Clarisse.