Brenan is still on the trail of his father Samson's legacy. Stopping in Hebron (where his father left the gates of Gaza ten years beforehand), he comes to the aid of a beautiful young woman named Saphira. Surrounded by the trappings of wealth, Saphira is taken aback (literally) when a slave trader sets his eye on her, but with Brenan close by, does she really have anything to worry about? And how will her captivity influence how she feels about the slaves that she herself keeps? But things truly start to go haywire when Saphira's mother enters the picture. Perhaps her name will ring a bell - they call her Delilah. What lesson will Brenan be able to learn from her that won't lead to the same fate that his father suffered? Recommended for ages 11 to 13.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 160 Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 2007 Dimensions: 7.13 X 5.00 X 0.36 (inches)
ISBN: 0310712807 ISBN-13: 9780310712800 Availability: In Stock Ages: 9-12 Series:Son of Samson
Book two of the manga-style Son of Samson series, written by Gary Martin and illustrated by Sergio Cariello, has Branan rescue a beautiful young lady, Saphira. But his kindness towards her lands him in trouble when he finds out that her mother is the infamous Delilah, who betrayed Branans father.
Bud Rogers is a cartoonist and editor and has been very active in the Christian comics community for the past fifteen years. Bud uses his organizational and management skills to assist artists and writers in realizing their creative visions.
Gary Martins career as a freelance comic book artist spans over twenty years. Hes worked for all the major companies, including Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Image, and Disney, and on such titles as, Spider-man, X-men, Batman, Star Wars, and Mickey Mouse. Gary is best known for his popular how-to books entitled, 'The Art of Comic Book Inking'. Recently, Gary wrote a comic book series called 'The Moth', which he co-created with artist Steve Rude.
Sergio Cariello paid his way through school with his drawing ability. In addition to working on popular characters from Marvel and DC Comics, he taught at the acclaimed Joe Kubert School of Cartoons and Graphic Art.