Greek mythology has survived its founding civilization by over 2,000 years. It has wormed its way into most aspects of our lives—not only do we regularly see classical images in art and architecture, but we can also use it to insult one another (ever had a signification other with an Oedipus/Electra complex?). At some point, we learn the stories of ancient gods, goddesses, heroes and monsters and commit them to memory. For every high school production of Antigone and every rendition of I Won’t Say (I’m in Love), someone is assigned Edith Hamilton’s Mythology for the first time. Listed here are five recent examples of Greek mythology persisting and reexamined and retold with our modern eye.