Poison Elves, Volume 7: Salvation

Poison Elves, Volume 7: Salvation

by Drew Hayes
     
 

His lover dead, the Elvin rogue Lusiphur sets out for vengeance! To his horror, he discovers the identity of the person most responsible for her death: his old friend and companion-at-arms, Jace. Fulfilling his very personal mission just got a lot more complicated – as if being hunted by spurned assassins, the mischievous wizard Tenth, and the city’s entire

Overview

His lover dead, the Elvin rogue Lusiphur sets out for vengeance! To his horror, he discovers the identity of the person most responsible for her death: his old friend and companion-at-arms, Jace. Fulfilling his very personal mission just got a lot more complicated – as if being hunted by spurned assassins, the mischievous wizard Tenth, and the city’s entire police force wasn’t difficult enough. When the dust clears, Lusiphur will undergo startling changes, both in body and soul.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Drew Hayes entered the comic book field in 1991 by self-publishing his cult-hit series, I, LUSIPHUR. Over the next four years he published 20 issues, changed the series' title to POISON ELVES, and became known as one of the most singular and respected voices in the "self-publishing" movement. Then, in a bold transition, Drew brought POISON ELVES under the Sirius Entertainment banner, where his creative freedom has remained wholly intact. POISON ELVES continues to be one of the most popular monthly independent comics in existence. He currently lives in the Seattle area.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781579890414
Publisher:
Sirius Entertainment, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/28/2006
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
6.75(w) x 10.25(h) x 0.75(d)
Age Range:
14 Years

What People are saying about this

Drew Hayes
All I know is, I wanted to have the ending of this story as anarchic as possible.
from his Introduction
Mark Herr
I am amazed that Drew Hayes is not getting more of the acclaim he deserves, especially if you consider the popularity of Garth Ennis and Warren Ellis with their violence-and consequences stories. Drew is unapologetic for his dark view of the world. And the cynic in me appreciates that. I laugh at his dark humor and enjoy the shear venting in his work.
from his Foreword

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