IDW #160:: Ferryboat of the River Styx
The passage of time has been arduous for Charon, the famed Ferryman of the Styx.
As the ages have past by, the living world has abandoned the old traditions - many more souls are buried without the proper rites and ceremonies being performed - but more importantly, with out coins to pay the boatman.
As a result, instead of ferrying one person at a time, as is customary, Charon has taken it upon himself to ferry multiple persons at once, as well as those whom were buried without payment necessary for their crossing.
The boat itself is timeless - as is Charon himself. Whilst the waking world has progressed with rapid expansion, the Old Worlds of mythology have been as archaic as they have always been. The Old Deities, resilient in their ways, maintain a brittle balance on the way things are.
Nevertheless, Charon will always remain loyal and steadfast to his duties.