Could a monster whose very look turns men to stone be a challenge too perilous even for the son of Zeus? King Polydectes has designs on Perseus' mother, Danaë. But first the king must get rid of young Perseus once and for all. So Polydectes hatches a plan to trick the young hero into performing an impossible taskslay the snake-haired Gorgon monster Medusa, whose very look turns men to stone. Yet, as the son of Zeus, king of the gods, Perseus has many powerful allies. Will Perseus' strength and courageand the favor of the godsallow him to do the impossible?
|Publisher:||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Series:||Graphic Myths and Legends Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.03(w) x 9.34(h) x 0.34(d)|
|Lexile:||GN680L (what's this?)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
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. Titles he has worked on include Hercules, Robin Hood, Yu the Great, Amaterasu, Robyn of Sherwood (featuring stories about Robin Hood's daughter), Batman Beyond, Gotham Girls, Captain America: Red, White and Blue, Mutant X and Revisionary.
Thomas Yeates art training began in high school and continued at Utah State University and Sacramento State. Subsequently, he was a member of the first class at Joe Kubert's School, a trade program for aspiring comic book artists in New Jersey. Yeates has worked as an illustrator for DC Comics, Marvel, Dark Horse, and many other companies, drawing Tarzan, Zorro, the Swamp Thing, Timespirits, Captain America, and Conan. 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.