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For Graphic Myths and Legends, he illustrated King Arthur: Excalibur Unsheathed, Robin Hood: Outlaw of Sherwood Forest, and Atalanta: Race Against Destiny. Yeates lives in Northern California with his wife and daughter. Paul Storrie was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan
For Graphic Myths and Legends, he illustrated King Arthur: Excalibur Unsheathed, Robin Hood: Outlaw of Sherwood Forest, and Atalanta: Race Against Destiny. Paul Storrie was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He has returned to live there again and again after living in other cities and states. He began writing professionally in 1998 and has written comics for Caliber Comics, Moonstone Books, Marvel Comics, and DC Comics.
Perseus and Medusa book. Perseus and Medusa (Graphic Greek Myths and Legends). 0836881486 (ISBN13: 9780836881486).
Medusa was one of three sisters, the gorgons, but she was the only mortal one. Some versions say all three were born as monsters, but the predominant myths had them as gorgeous maidens. Medusa was so beautiful that Poseidon was crazy about her, but she didn’t care about him; Poseidon turned her and her sisters into monsters with live snakes covering their heads. Medusa kept her beautiful face but everything else was so monstrous. And whoever dared to look into her face ended up being turned into stone.
Graphic Greek Myths and Legends. Each book features: - Exciting, high-interest graphic illustrations - Simple text ideal for students reading below grade level - Content that supports the upper elementary curriculum for social studies and ancient history and mythology - An extensive glossary that further explains the roles of gods, goddesses, and mortals in Greek mythology show more.
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The Greek myths have a universal appeal, beyond the time and physical place in which they were created. But many are firmly rooted in specific landscapes: the city of Thebes and mountain range Cithaeron dominate the tale of Oedipus; the city of Mycenae broods over the fates of Agamemnon and Electra; while Knossos boasts the scene of Theseus’ slaying of the Minotaur. This book is the perfect choice if you want a simple and detailed guide on the ancient Greeks’ myths and legends that have survived the ages for so long that no one knows what truths are intertwined with the legends. You will uncover all this in Greek Mythology book.
In graphic novel format, retells the story of how King Polydectes planned to get rid of young Perseus so he could wed his mother, Danae, by tricking him into slaying Medusa-a snake-haired monster whose look turns humans into stone. Perseus: The Hunt for Medusa's Head : A Greek Myth (Graphic Myths and Legends).
Royalty-Free Stock Photo. Perseus and the gorgon medusa Perseus and Medusa statue Perseus with the head of Medusa. An hand-drawn illustrations in ancient Greek myths and legends: Perseus and Medusa. Medusa in most versions of the story, she was beheaded by the hero Perseus. Head of Medusa Mythical hero Perseus Medusa gorgon mythological greek roman snake woman monster turning perseus to stone Medusa Myths: Medusa Perseus on White.
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Create comics and graphic novels that jump off the screen. Here, Perseus learns the truth about Medusa and her sisters, Stheno and Euryale: how they were victims of the petty rivalry between Athena and Poseidon, and how she only turned to stone people who wanted to kill her and use her head as a weapon. He does NOT kill Medusa, and in fact falls in love with her instead. See here for my full folder of stuff based on Perseus and Medusa, along with other Greek myths: ww.
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