By Richard Starkings with Axel Medellin
SLEEPING PARTNERS Part Seven
There's a price on Gabbatha's head and the Silencer means to collect...
"Like all good science-fiction, Elephantmen causes you to see connections in your everyday life. Probably my favorite science-fiction themed comic being published. (A-)"
— Dean Stell
, Weekly Comic Book Review
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Elephantmen at the Half-Century Mark
May 22, 2013
ELEPHANTMEN, Richard Starkings' epic science fiction series exploring the ramifications of genetic experimentation, war, and racism, is reaching a milestone this July: its 50th issue. ELEPHANTMEN debuted in 2006, published by Image Comics, a spin-off of Starkings self-published (and now Image title) HIP FLASK.
Following a group of human/animal hybrid super-soldiers who are struggling to integrate themselves into a society that is often hostile to their very existence, the series has gone on be collected into six hardcovers and trade paperbacks. It has featured art by Ladrönn, Boo Cook, Chris Burnham, Shaky Kane, and Axel Medellin, and the cover of ELEPHANTMEN #43 is among the work that earned Brandon Graham a "Best Cover Artist" Eisner Award nomination.
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