I first read this in '83, when Pacific Comics started putting out material very different than either Marvel or DC. Eric Cleese is plucked from his ship in the Bermuda Triangle by aliens we know as the pantheon of Greek Gods. When he wakes up he's greeted by a beautiful woman who takes him to Zaeus, via a chariot pulled by winged horses (it's really a vehicle disguised). Zaeus explains to him that his people are the basis of earth's mythology. They had crash-landed on earth. Although they weren't supposed to interfere with the native life forms some of their geneticists did forbidden experiments, creating strange creatures. And some of the aliens mated with the primitive humans, so mankind is their descendants. They need Cleese to defeat Moloch, who is insane. He goes on this quest-which is basically the labors of Hercules (Eric Cleese, get it?). He has allies of Deona, the woman alien, and a caveman and baboon-man. Lots of strange creatures and situations are encountered, a comet barely misses the planet, though it rends the crust, creating our moon-and destroying the fabled city of Atlantis.
It's a very entertaining read but I suspect the story was originally intended for more than several issues. #1 is jam packed with smaller art panels, while #2 and #3's artwork is twice as big. However, it is an entertaining read. EDGE OF CHAOS is along the lines of ATTU and THE FIRST KINGDOM.