Egyptian Mythology was never taught like this. Creation, battles, sex, violence, intrigue, absurdity, and some stuff that Game of Thrones wouldn't show all appears in this graphic novel version of tales of Set, Osiris, Horus, and a promised "golden willy" appears, too.
Not for the squeamish. Not for the prudes. Not for the prudently squeamish. The writing is irrelevant and the illustrations are done in a pseudo-Egyptian style that fits the subject and the theme here.
I hope the author/illustrator Hamish Steele makes future volumes of other sets of myths. Would love to see what he could do with Irish, Hindi, or Aztec Mythology.