Poison Elves, Volume 8: Rogues

Poison Elves, Volume 8: Rogues

by Drew Hayes
     
 

Poison Elves Volume Eight: Rogues, which collects issues #40 through #47 of Drew Hayes' POISON ELVES comic book series, fills in the gap between the epic "Sanctuary" storyline and the ominous "Elvin Fire" sequence.

Rogues introduces Cleah, an elf with mysterious ties to the High Council; Winston, a tomboyish werewolf hunter; and Petunia, a tiny

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Overview

Poison Elves Volume Eight: Rogues, which collects issues #40 through #47 of Drew Hayes' POISON ELVES comic book series, fills in the gap between the epic "Sanctuary" storyline and the ominous "Elvin Fire" sequence.

Rogues introduces Cleah, an elf with mysterious ties to the High Council; Winston, a tomboyish werewolf hunter; and Petunia, a tiny blue sprite with a nasty attitude. These three women will come to play very different yet important roles in the lives of Lusiphur and Jace, the errant heroes of POISON ELVES.

In addition to a handful of short stories, this book revolves around a story arc devoted to Drew Hayes' version of werewolves - and as an added bonus, this trade paperback also contains one of Hayes' funniest stories ever: "Night of the Living Boots."


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 twenty 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.

In a bold transition, Hayes brought Poison Elves under the Sirius Entertainment banner, where his creative freedom remained wholly intact. Having recently completed the work on issue #70, Hayes' total output has reached nearly 100 issues, many of which are collected in the ten Poison Elves trade paperbacks.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781579890513
Publisher:
Sirius Entertainment, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/07/2002
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.75(w) x 10.25(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
14 Years

What People are saying about this

Drew Hayes
Warts and all, I still truly think POISON ELVES is one of the best comics out there � mainly because I try to keep it unique without the stunt of just going against the status quo for shock value. The day I don�t think it�s one of the best is the day I lose faith, and the day I quit. But I don�t intend to let that happen anytime soon.
from his Introduction

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