The Tithe, Volume 3: Samaritan

The Tithe, Volume 3: Samaritan


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The Tithe, Volume 3: Samaritan by Matt Hawkins

Samaritan goes into hiding after the events of Eden's Fall. A year later with a new President in the White House she resurfaces determined to take him and to take him down via his relationship with the largest military contractor in the world. Take down the company, the dominos will fall! And she has the means and a plan that just might work. How do you bankrupt one of the richest, most technologically advanced and successful companies in the world? You steal all their research and give it away to everyone. Can she survive long enough to pull it off with the entire U.S.
government trying to kill her?

& EDEN's FALL 1-3

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781534303799
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 10/03/2017
Pages: 168
Sales rank: 865,859
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 13 - 16 Years

About the Author

Matt Hawkins is an incessant doodler. He lives in Kansas City with Alicia, Henry and Lily. By day, he works at a C3, a children's marketing agency as an illustrator/papertoy designer. By night he stays up way too late in his attic studio making designer papertoys for his own amusement and freelance papertoys for clients. He shares his papertoys with the world at He's always cutting or folding or gluing something.

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The Tithe, Volume 3: Samaritan 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulAllard 8 months ago
Wow! This elaborate series goes from strength to strength Samaritan continues her quest to destroy the US president with a team of mercenaries. Dwayne and Loren are also involved. Elaborate plans are conceived and put into action with dramatic consequences. There’s also several parts of Eden’s Fall in this digital version involving Thornton. The combined series is brilliantly put together , combining Postal and Think Tank along the way. Artwork is clear, detailed and good and the plotting obviously impresses. Highly recommended - and there’s more to come.