Dave Sim’s Elephantmen

It was rather a surprise in the recent Hero Comics 2012 anthology from Image Comics last week, to benefit the Hero Initiative. An Elephantmen strip, written and drawn by Cerebus‘ Dave Sim with the character’s creator Richard Starkings, taking one scene, and drawing it again and again in different panel perspectives and layout. Still creating innovative scenes and storytelling, and here serving a greater cause.

See if your store still has copies this week.

 

 

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