There are several Hades and Persephone stories, and Punderworld Volume 1 might not be as popular as others, but (not having read the others) I would say it seems equally fun.
Linda Sejic seems to have made a lighter take on things, but still deals with a darker side of the Greek mythos. Dealing with life and death and how they are part of the same coin, love (and its ups and downs and flaming chariots), family and more this relatable tale makes you forget what you think you know and allows enjoyment of a story about a young girl, her (loving and protective) mother, and the goofball guy who happens be the Lord of the Underworld. Fantastically fun, lovely, and colorful (even the shadows have a snap to their step!) illustrations. The artwork lends itself to being animated if it has not already.
There are several afterwards and background pieces of information that ties in the process to the result. Starting as a web comic I went down a rabbit hole of goodies when I found it on the WebToons site (what I found was this volume, only with a few bonus episodes), and the other comic they have done (it has been saved to my account, but does look like it is in book form, too). This book might have started out as a fun relaxation for the author, but it turned into something that I am curious about and hope the strong and steady start continues.
The nice thing about Punderworld is the characters are your typical twenty-somethings (even if Persephone is over 500) and going through the motions in hopes of finding something to hold onto. We get to explore some sexuality and gender identification. By being both a classic tale, a remix and having old school and modern sentiments, things work out in a clever, enjoyable read.