Her name is “Jeanne D’arc”, aka “Joan of Arc”. The source also states an alternative name for the piece as “Profile on Red Meanders(formerly known as Jeanne D’Arc)”. However, I could not find any reference to the meaning of “Red Meanders” or why she was named so.
The color scheme of this piece only emphasizes the involved flames. It depicts a story in chapter 3 of the Book of Daniel. Three Hebrew men are thrown into a fiery furnace. However, they not only walk out unscathed – they are accompanied by Jesus! Read more about this on Wikipedia.
Panels in order: Second Coming of Jesus Christ; Jesus sitting in Judgement on the World; and Saint Michael the Archangel weighing souls. The poor people who didn’t make the cut in the last panel, get sent to Hell.
This depicts a scene from Homer’s Odyssey. Ulysses resists the enchanting song of the sirens by having his crew tie him up. Furthermore, he orders the men to cover/block their own ears, as not to be captivated either.
Samson was known for many things: slaying a lion with his bare hands; killing an entire army with only the jawbone of a donkey; having super human strength from his magic hair.
Sadly, his hair was cut in his sleep, so he lost his powers. He was then blinded, insulted, and enslaved. He died by asking god for his long hair/power, and then destroying the building in which he and his captors were in.