There seems to be some alleged parallels in the following stories of Samson and David.The two figures seem to go through similar situations.All texts from the NIV.
Comes to prominence under Philistine oppression (Judges 13:1)
Kills a lion(Judges 14:5-6)
Kills Phillistines to pay price for a riddle during his marriage feast(Judges 14:10-20)
His wife is given to a friend during his absence(Judges 15:2)
Returns to claim back his wife(Judges 15:1)
He becomes a judge of Israel(Judges 15:20)
Comes to prominence during a battle with the Phillistines(1 Samuel 17:1)
Kills a lion(1 Samuel 17:34-35)
Kills Phillistines to pay bride price(1 Samuel 18:27)
His wife is given to Paltiel when he is on the run from Saul(2 Samuel 3:14-15)
Claims back his wife when he ascends the throne(2 Samuel 3:14)
He becomes king of Israel(2 Samuel 5"1-5)
Is there more to this alleged parallelism between the two figures?