Ape Entertainment Creates Mature Readers Imprint To Publish Poison Elves

We all know who Ape Entertainment are, right? Publishers of a bunch of licensed titles, like Pocket God and Kung Fu Panda, for kids. Easy, job done.

Or rather it would have been if they hadn’t just decided to launch a mature readers imprint with Drew Hayes‘ Poision Elves.

Comics fans of the nineties should recognise this indie series, initially self published, then published by Sirius until 2004 with #79. Hayes’ death in 2007 of a heart attack, aged 37, put pay to any return. Until now.

Ape have decided to continue the series after its final issue, #79, and have soured Hayes’ notes for the completion of the series. The new comic will debut in March, with covers by  Darick Robertson, Terry Moore, and art by Osvaldo Montpeller.

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