in Swedish
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AXA is Copyright © AXA 2238 LLC, 1978-2017. All Rights Reserved.


"Axa" is a science fiction comic created and drawn by Enrique Badia Romero for the british daily press. Manuscript was written by Donne Avenell and the strip was originally published i the british daily newspaper 'The Sun' during 1978–1985. The first strip was published in July 14:th 1978 and the last in November 1985.

The comic strip features an eponymous lead character - Axa.
The comic was designed as a daily three-panel adventure strip. The strip proved highly popular but the Sun suddenly cancelled the strip midway through a story in 1985 - the last strip was no. 2238 and it was published in November. (The story has later, in 2012, been completed by Romero in the book 'Los Traicionados'.)
Romero returned to draw his previous comic, Modesty Blaise, but also took AXA to the American company Eclipse Comics, who published a two issue series of all-new adventures, though this time with much less nudity and Chuck Dixon as writer.
Another comic book version of AXA was later produced for the Swedish comic book 'Magnum' in 1994. Writer was Pidde Andersson.
All the strips from 'The Sun' have been reprinted in trade paperback format.

The story begins on Earth in the year 2080 - 100 years after the big nuclear disaster. Axa is a young woman who has been tired of all the regulations and supervisory authorities in a dome surrounded town and she escapes out into the untamed wilderness.
When Axa left the city she immediately replaced the cityuniform with a bikini made of shaggy leather pieces. This became her characteristic outfit through the rest of the comic strip and followed her through her adventures. She was on her wanderings often accompanied by a robot - Mark - and usually either by Dirk or Matt, two male friends.
The comic mixes elements of science fiction with tales of swordbearing barbarians.
We can always discuss if the main purpose of the comic strip really was to get the most beautiful Axa into situations where she was more or less completely undressed.
However, one can conclude that the comic is exceptionally well made and beautifully drawn by Romero. The comic's popularity is shown by that it has been published in more than 30 countries and has been awarded with the award as Europe's best daily newspaper strip.


AXA as motion picture:

AXA is Copyright © AXA 2238 LLC, 1978-2017. All Rights Reserved.


Axa movie poster 2016 teaser....


A motion picture with Axa has been discussed since 2005. In 2008 Unizarre International Film & Television Productions was appointed as producers of the movie version.
Link to their official movie website: http://www.axathemovie.com/
Authors of the screenplay is J. Pingo Lindström and William C. Brown.

Link to Youtube were the Axa-fan Sonny Mikszath is doing a quick presentation of AXA and the up-coming AXA-movie; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqyNDEnqtUw

AXA in Sweden:



X9 Specialalbum 1985 • Frihetskämpen .[The Beginning]
X9 Specialalbum 1986 • Farligt uppdrag .[The Chosen] + [The Desired, pt 1]
X9 Specialalbum 1987 • Träskstaden ....[The Brave]
..

In Sweden the comic has been published in the comic books
'Agent X9' and 'Magnum Comics'.

In 'Magnum Comics' Axa was published in following no's:
1988: 1,2,5,6,9
1989: 1,3,8,10,12,13,15,17-18
1990: 1,3,7,11,12,13
1991: 3,4,7,9,13
1992: 1,3,4,7,9,13
1994: 2
1993: 5 - Magnum Special

.
.'Magnum Special' 1993

. In 'Agent X9' Axa was published in
.  Special albums 1985, 1986, 1987

.

. 'Agent X9 Special album' 1986  

Magnum Comics:
01/88 • Frihetskämpen
02/88 • Slavinnan
05/88 • Dödsloppet
06/88 • Axa
09/88 • Maskeraden
01/89 • Adopterad
03/89 • Fasornas ö
08/89 • Pillerstaden
10/89 • Donatorn
12/89 • Den falska staden
13/89 • Stjärnnyckeln
15/89 • Den mystiska ön
17-18/89 Kvinnostaden
01/90 • Lustgården
03/90 • Den tappra
0
7/90 • Bikupan


[The Beginning]
[The Chosen]
[The Mobile]
[Axa]
[The Unmasked]
[Axa the Adopted]
[The Castaway]
[The Seeker]
[Axa the Donor]
[The Escapist]
[The Starstruck]
[The Desired, pt 1]
[The Desired, pt 2]
[The Island of Noah]
[The Brave]
[The Lethal Hive]


11/90 • Spelaren
12/90 • Edens lustgård
13/90 • Frestad
03/91 • Den girige
04/91 • Dröm eller verklighet
07/91 • Inte en gång till
09/91 • Den sorglösa
13/91 • Stora problem
01/92 • Odjuret
03/92 • Den vilda hingsten
04/92 • Då eller nu ..?
07/92 • Ursprunget
09/92 • Fasornas planet
13/92 • Förräderiet
02/94 • Freakshow



[The Gambler]
[The Earthbound]
[The Tempted]
[The Eager]
[Dream or Reality]
[Oh no, Not Again!]
[The Carefree]
[The Dwarfed]
[Beauty and the beast]
[The Untamed]
[Then or Now]
[The Origin]
[The Starstruck]
[The Betrayed]
[Freakshow] (Writer: Pidde Andersson)
(The stories in no. 6/88, 1/89, 10/89, 1/90, 7/90, 4/91, 7/91, 1/92, . 4/92 and 7/92 are in full colour. the others are in black/white)
Magnum Special:
05/93 • Frihetskämpen [The Beginning] + [The Chosen]
........ • Kvinnostaden ..[The Desired, pt 2]
........ • Den tappra .....[The Brave]

The stories were however shortened. Of totally 120 strips in "The Beginning" only 94 are presented in the
comic book, of totally 120 strips in "The Chosen" only 84 are presented, of totally 119 strips in "The Desired"
only 97 are presented and of totally 120 strips in "The Brave" only 102 are presented.

AXA stories in USA:
Publ. by 'Ken Pierce Books' (1981-1988)
AXA 1 • Axa - The beginning
........ • The Chosen
AXA 2 • The Desired, pt 1
........ • The Desired, pt 2
AXA 3 • The Brave
........ • The Gambler
AXA 4 • The Earthbound
........ • The Tempted
AXA 5 • The Eager
........ • The Carefree
AXA 6 • The Dwarfed
........ • The Untamed
AXA 7 • The Mobile
........ • The Unmasked
AXA 8 • The Castaway
........ • The Seeker
AXA 9 • The Escapist
........ • The Starstruck
........ • The Betrayed (oavslutad)


- from "The Sun".
Plansch 0001 - 0120
Plansch 0121 - 0240
Plansch 0241 - 0360
Plansch 0361 - 0479
Plansch 0480 - 0599
Plansch 0600 - 0719
Plansch 0720 - 0839
Plansch 0840 - 0958
Plansch 0959 - 1078
Plansch 1079 - 1198
Plansch 1199 - 1317
Plansch 1318 - 1437
Plansch 1438 - 1557
Plansch 1558 - 1677
Plansch 1678 - 1795
Plansch 1796 - 1915
Plansch 1916 - 2035
Plansch 2036 - 2155
Plansch 2156 - 2238


The first American edition in colour was published in 1985. The story that was published was
• Axa (that also have been published in Swedish 'Magnum Comics' no. 6/1988 and in Spanish 'Creepy' no. 52-59/1983-84.)

2 a
lbums was published in 1987 (in April and Augusti) by 'Eclipse' - in colour. These stories were written by Chuck Dixon.

• Axa the Adopted
• Axa the Donor



AXA stories in England:
Published by "Showcase" in 1992
• The Island of Noah
• The Lethal Hive

Axa-introduction in 'The Sun'
in July 1978


AXA stories in Spain:

Romero wrote and drew in 2012 a
continuation and termination of the story
"The Betrayed" in the book "Los Traicionados".
The continuation starts with strip no. 2239 and is ends with strip no. 2280.
The book also contains short resumes of
all Axa-stories created by Romero
(in Spanish)

Romero published in 2013 a book that is about
the story of Axa, his own star, from the start in 1978 up to the latest story in strip-format that was created in 2012 and that sofar hasn't been published except in his own book.

The book describes thoughts, creative processes, different publications, anecdotes ... together with a large number of illustrations and photos in black and white and in colour.
As bonus the book also contains the story about Axa, in colour, that has been published in the Spanish 'Creepy' no. 52-59/1983-1984 and in Swedish 'Magnum Comics' no. 6/1988.

All text (in Spanish) and arrangement of the illustrations have been done by Romero himself.


Enrique Badia Romero (born 1930),
Spanish comic strip artist who amongst others has drawn 'Modesty Blaise' and his own creation 'Axa'. Romaro is self-taught as an artist, like most of his generation.
His first comics were adopted and published in Spanish newspapers in 1947. Up to 1958 he was a diligent participant in several daily newspapers in Barcelona. He also launched the magazine 'Alex' in 1953. Two years later he founded the publishing company Ruiz Romero, were he started the comic strips 'Cromos', 'Hombres de Lucha' and 'Historia de la Guerra'.
In 1959 he began to go abroad and established contacts with American, French, German, Italian and British publishers, including Fleetway Publications.
Romero drew several comics for Fleetway as 'Cathy & Wendy', 'Isometrics' and 'Cassius Clay' before he got the job on the 'Modesty Blaise' in 1970, that he took over from Jim Haldaway. He worked with 'Modesty' until 1978.
In 1976 he also drew some episodes of 'Rahan' for Pif Gadget for the French market.

 
Selfportrait

In 1978 he created "Axa" together with Donne Avenell. The comic strip started in the tabloid 'The Sun' and lasted up to November 1985. After that he returned to 'Modesty Blaise' as he continued with till the end of 1990s.


Original sketch by Romero from 2014.



Strip no. 1 from 1978 from the first story "The Beginning".

Original strip no. 326 from the story "The Desired".


Original strip no. 2252 from 2012 from the continuation and conclusion of the story "The Betrayed" from 1985.

Romeros last strip, no. 2280, from the story "Los Traicionados" in 2012.


Authors:

Donne Avenell

Donne Avenell (1925–1997), British cartoonists. He started early a career as a writer and worked as an editor at Amalgamated Press (later the IPC) while he wrote radio plays and novels. For that it would not seem so suspect that a person was so productive he used
several pseudonyms, including Alec Ashton and Charles King.
In the 1950s, he began writing comics, including IPC's War Picture Library and Newspaper comic 'Tiffany Jones'.
He came in contact with Norman
 

Chuck Dixon


Charles "Chuck" Dixon (born April 14 1954) is a comic book script-writer who is best known for his work with Marvel's 'The Punisher' and DC's 'Batman' in the 1990s and early 2000s. His first job was when he wrote 'Evangeline' for 'Comico Comics' in 1984, and then comics for the 'First Comics'.
In 1986 he began working for 'Eclipse Comics', were he among others wrote 'Airboy'. He also worked on the Marvel and Eclipse with their comics, while he at the same time in 1987 launched the 'Strike!' and 'Valkyrie'. He also

  Petter (Pidde) Andersson

Petter Andersson was born 1968 in Landskrona, where he also grew up.
He was already at a young age active as cartoonists in his own publications 'Fotbollsserjie 17 sidor', 'Maskinjivär' and 'Jones 2'. (reportedly produced already around 1973-74). In the 1980s he produced, among other things, his own comicfanzine 'Smock' (ten numbers between 1981 and 1989). Even as a youngster, he was called "Pidde", a nickname given to him to keep.
He has after that also written
Worker who brokered contact with Semic Press. There he wrote manuscripts for 'Buffalo Bill' and 'The Saint'. In the mid-1970s, he wrote the comic 'Powerman' for the Nigerian comic market together with Worker. In 1978 he started to write 'The Phantom' for the Swedish magazine.
That same year, 1978, he initiated a co-operation with the Spanish artist Enrique Badia Romero. Together they produced the comic 'AXA' for the British tabloid newspaper 'The Sun' during the years 1978-86.
In the mid-1980s Avenell created the comic 'Django & Angel' for the Swedish magazine Agent X9. He was also a prolific writer of Disney comics, and wrote over 200 episodes during 1980-94.
After long time have suffered from heart problems he died in 1997
  began with theCarl Pott's 'Alien Legion' comic for Marvel's 'Epic Comics'.
In 1987 he also wrote two episodes of the 'AXA' comics for 'Eclipse Comics', which was drawn by Enric Badia Romero.
He produced during the years 1989-1990 a three part comic adaption of JRR Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' for 'Eclipse comics'. In addition to 'Batman' he wrote Detective comics and started individual comics for 'Robin', 'Nightwing', 'Batgirl', 'Catwoman' and 'Green Arrow'. In July 2004, he returned to 'DC Universe', and in March the following year, he made a brief guest appearance with 'Nightwing' before joining the 'Wildstorm Imprint', where he among other things wrote 'Claw The Unconquered' as he wrote a number of film scripts.
  manuscripts for e.g 'Bamse', 'Åsa-Nisse', '91:an' and the Swedish verison of 'Mad'.
For the comic book 'Magnum Comics' he wrote his own comic 'J.T. Freud – Pirate Investigator', which was cartooned by Jens Jonsson, who later became a filmdirector.
For 'Magnum Comics' Pidde also in 1994 wrote an episode of 'Axa' that was drawn by Enric Badía Romero.

Since 1993, Andersson also works as a film journalist and critic. Hi works mainly for 'Helsingborgs Dagblad', but has also written for, among others, 'Total Film', 'Allt om Film' and 'The Dark Side', as well as for his own magazine 'Magazine Defekt' (1995-1997). He regularly participates in the cultural magazine 'Nya upplagan', which is distributed free in Skåne and Stockholm.

Axa in Swedish comic books:


Special 1985


Special 1987

no. 1/1988

no. 5/1988

no. 6/1988

no. 1/1989

no. 3/1989

no. 8/1989

no. 10/1989

no 1/1990

no. 3/1990


no. 7/1990


no. 11/1990

no. 12/1990

no. 3/1991

no. 4/1991

no. 9/1991

no. 3/1992

no. 9/1992

no. 13/1992


Axa comic books published in USA:


First edition in colour.
 

Ad for Axa in Eclipse


no. 27 (1987)



no. 46 (1979) - 3 page article
 


no. 317/318 (2012) (Axa on cover)

 

Axa in England:


.Strip from 'The Sun'


'Showcase' #4 & #5 (1992).

'Crikey!' no. 10 (2008)
 

"The Island of Noah"

"The Lethal Hive"
'Comics Retrospective' was an old fashioned, cut'n paste fanzine self published by Tony Ingram from mid 2003 to late 2006, running 34 issues in total (although #34 had extremely limited distribution). It featured a mix of historical articles on British and American comics and comic creators.

'Axa's View from the Vault' was a regular feature in the
fanzine, in which Enrique Romero's fantasy character Axa (via artwork from old Axa strips used without authorisation)
introduce and narrate (supposedly in the first person) brief articles on old British characters and strips in short, mildly humorous (usually) one- or two-page articles.


Denmark:
In Denmark Axa was published in one issue of the pocket album 'Action Comics' from 1990. The stories were "The Beginning" and "The Chosen".
The comic was also published in 'Agent X9' no. 146 [The Desired, pt 1] and no. 149 [The Desired, pt 2] from 1991 and no. 152 [The Brave] from 1992.



Beside this Axa was published in Denmark in the daily paper 'BT' during some year in the 1980s.

Norway:
Agent X9 Spesialalbum 1985 • Kampen for friheten
Agent X9 Spesialalbum 1986 • Opprøreren
Agent X9 Spesialalbum 1987 • Byen i sumpen
Agent X9 Pocket 1990 • Himmelfolket
Seriepocket: nr. 141/1988 • Herskerne i havet
Seriepocket: nr. 148/1989 • Fristerinnen


[The Beginning]
[The Chosen] + [The Desired, pt 1]
[The Brave]
[The Eager]
[The Desired, pt 2]

X9 Spesial: nr. 1/1990 (Fjellfolket [The Carefree]), 2/1990 (I kjempenes rike [The Dwarfed]), 3/1990, 6/1991 (Dødsløpet [The Mobile]), 1/1992,
.....................4/1992 (Redslenes øy [The Castaway]), 8/1992
Magnum: nr. 8/1989 (AXA - Den Adopterte [Axa the Adopted]), 10/1989 (Donatoren [Axa the Donor]), 3/1990 (Edens have [The Island of Noah]), 10/1990,
.......... ......10/1991 (Drøm eller virkelighet [Dream or Reality]), 7/1992 (Helvetesridderen [Oh no, Not Again]), 6/1993 (- [Past or Future]),
Magnum Presenterer: nr. 4/1996 (Udyret [Beauty and the Beast]
)

......... .........



Finland:

Axa in the finnish comic book 'Agentti X9':
Agentti X9 erikoisalbumi 1986:1 • Vapaussankari
Agentti X9 erikoisalbumi 1986:2 • Kapinallinen
Agentti X9 1989:08 •
Agentti X9 1989:10 •
Agentti X9 1989:12 •
Agentti X9 1990:08 • Huvipuisto
Agentti X9 1993:04 • Pelurit
Agentti X9 1993:06 • Eedenin puutarha
Agentti X9 1993:09 • Houkutuksia
Agentti X9 1993:10 • Taivaskansa




[The Beginning]
[The Chosen] + [The Desired, pt 1]
[ ? ]

[ ? ]
[ ? ]
[The Island of Noah]
[The Gambler]
[The Earthbound]
[The Tempted]
[The Eager]


Axa has also been published in 'Agentti X9 Pocket' 1990:2.
The story was • AXA - Utelias [The Eager]


Germany:



'Comic Gallery Piccolo', book 2 & 5 (1980 & 1984)

Axa - Die Unbesiegbare (1988)


'Feest' Sonderband 1-3 (1988-1989)

Axa Jugend (1994)

"The Origin" - 4 stories
on 6 pages each.
 
'Comic Spiegel', no. 1-5 (1980)






Contains the story
"The Beginning".

Not finished.
In no. 5 it is stated
"wird fortgesetzt", but
no. 5 was the last
number in that round.
'Comic Spiegel', no. 1-3 (1983) 'Comic Spiegel', no. 7-9 (1983-84) 'freitag', no. 10/1980



(no 1.)
Contains the story
"Axa die Mutige" [The Brave]
from 1980.
In total 24 pages (9+8+7)

(No cover with Axa)



(no. 7.)
Contains the story
"Axa die Erwählte" [The Chosen]
from 1979.
In total 12 pages (6+4+2), and for the first time in colour.
Not finished.
In no. 9 it says "wird fortgesetzt", but this was the last issue with the Axa-comic.

(No cover with Axa)



The German monthly magazin contained in
this number a story
with Axa and pictures
and texts by Romero.

Axa Band 1-8: 'Feest Förlag' (1985-1990)
 


The Netherlands:
'Panda Publications' (no. 1-7 1983-1986)
de mutanten...........de ultverkoene.......toekomstig verleden...vrijheld!..............allemaal beestjes.....de gokker..............de zevende hemel




'Stripschrift'
(no. 279/1995)



Het Onstaan - The Origin (2015)

Spain:

9 comic books from 'Fantasia Heroica Forum' (1997)


Axa - La Brava, Mini-series of 6 comic books (10 pages each) from 'El Boletin' (1990).
 
'Creepy' no's. 52-59 (1983-1984)

'Tomos' (2 comics from 1987)

'El Boletin' has published two Fanzines about Axa.

no. 56/1984 - AXA. Lasted for 47 pages.
 

1990

nr 21/1992
 

'Ominiky Ediciones' (2011 resp. 2012)


2011: "El Origen" with 4 stories of 24 pages:
- "The Origin" (part 1, 2, 3, 4)
- "The Island of Noah" +
- "The lethal hive" +
- "Reality or fantasy"
- Many AXA drawings.
It is written in Spanish. Hard cover - B&W.

2012: "Epilogo" with 4 stories of 24 pages
- "Oh no, not again" +
- "Beauty and the beast"
- "Past or future"
- "Freakshow"
- the last AXA story "Epilogo" (48 pages)
It is written in Spanish. Hard cover - B&W.
 

AXA Saga (2015)




A hardcover book that contains the 6 first stories about AXA, including black covers that introduces the six stories.
(200 pages)

Enric Badia Romero will most likely produce the other 13
stories in two books after this one.

This book is also published in a Croatian version.

"The Origin"

"Epilogue"

Italy:
'Ed. Comics Library' (10 numbers, 1979-1981)

'Il Mago' (no. 93/1979, 94-103/1980)
'Comics Library Megazine, Fantasy Comics' (no. 1-4, 1985)

'Luigi Olmeda' special edition

"The Beginning"
'Urania' (Sept. 2007)
'Robinson' (4 numbers 1980-1981)
4 numbers (no. 0 (pilot number), no.1 and no.2 + one special number) of the comic magazin were published.
It contained amongst other comics also Axa.
You can see that it is the same story in
no. 1 as in no. 0, but with different colours.
The story was "The Beginning".

no. 0.

no. 1.
  'Conti' (no. 14 & 15/1994)
'Skorpio' (no. 48-52/2015)
"The Chosen
"
Switzerland:
'Uchronia' no. 1-3 + special no. 1

Greece:
'Totem' (1988)

"Axa - The Earthbound"

Jugoslavia:
'Gigant ' no. 65 (1990)


France:





'Charlie Mensuel' no. 138 (1980)

"The Beginning"


'L'Immanquable' no. 9 (2014)

Contains an article about Axa.

Axa is also mentioned in the
'Encyclopedia about erotique comics' (1997)

Brazil:
'Ebal' (1981)
.'Glenat' (1981-1982)

"The Beginning & The Chosen"

"The Desired, pt 1 & 2"

"The Beginning" + "The Chosen"

India:
'Sun comics' (no. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/1982 and no. 8, 10, 12/1983)

in hindi:
Bosnia:
Note that Axa here is spelled Aksa.
'Stripoteka' (no. 735/1982, no. 742, 748, 754, 767, 777, 784/1983, no. 791/1984, no. 912/1989, no. 921/1990)









735
742
748
754
767
777
784
791
912
921






- Aksa 01. Aksa
- Aksa 02. Izabrana
- Aksa 03. Zeljena
- Aksa 04. Grad na dnu mora
- Aksa 05. Tajanstvena dolina
- Aksa 06. Kockar
- Aksa 07. Sedmi pokušaj
- Aksa 08. Na obali mora
- Aksa 09. Zefov san
- Aksa 10. Grad zanatlija
- Aksa 11. Mravlja kolonija
- Aksa 12. Neukrotivi
- Aksa 13. Formula Jedan
- Aksa 14. Demaskirani
- Aksa 15. Brodolomci
- Aksa 16. U Potrazi
- Aksa 17. Begunci Od Stvarnosti
- Aksa 18. Medju zvezdama
- Aksa 19. Nakon kraja



[The Beginning]
[The Chosen]
[The Desired, 1]
[The Desired, 2]
[The Brave]
[The Gambler]
[The Earthbound]
[The Tempted]
[The Eager]
[The Carefree]
[The Dwarfed]
[The Untamed]
[The Mobile]
[The Unmasked]
[The Castaway]
[The Seeker]
[The Escapist]
[The Starstruck]
[The Betrayed]

no. 742

no. 767

no. 777

no. 791

no. 784

no. 912
'Gigant' (no. 55/1989, 60 and 65/1990)

no. 55:The Desired, pt 1..no. 60: The Desired, pt 2.
no. 65: The Tempted
4 Axa albums with hard cover, published 2011-2014...


'Spunk' (no. 4,5,6,7,8) - Aksa i mutanti, [The Beginning] & [The Chosen]

Croatia:
AXA Saga (2015)



A hardcover book that contains the 6 first stories about AXA,
including black covers that introduces the six stories.
(200 pages)

Enric Badia Romero will most likely produce the other 13 stories
in two books after this one.

This book is also published in a Spanish version.


Turkey:
As a daily newspaper comic Axa was published both in colour and in black & white versions.
When the comic started it was called Tara.





South-Africa:

In South-Africa the comic was published as a full-page comic with 5 strips per page.
This page was published in Sunday Times September 28:th 1980.

"The Byte" was drawn by Enric Badia ROMERO as an order for an American fan called Brian Peck who is working for Apple.
He sent photos about the Apple buildings and from these photos Romero drew his story with Axa and her robot Mark X (Mark 10) fighting dinosaurs.


Another work of art ordered by Brian Peck. IPod strip-tease

"Travesty" - or "an alternative way to draw the comic":


..
..from 'Magnum Comics' no. 13/1990 - Frestad [The Tempted]

Hanna K. has reacted on Axa´s clothing and
how Romero has drawn her and her poses.
You can partly agree on that some poses looks very constructed, but I think that Axa despite that is a real good and well-drawn comic.

Hanna has created a proposal for how an alternative to Romero's set-up with a lightly dressed heroine could look like. To the left.
(Romero's original in bottom!)

Here I publish, without any permit at all (I hope that's OK) an example from Hannas comic strip proposal, as I really like, despite that it differs so from Romero's way of drawing.

Link to Hanna's blog were you can read more. (http://www.hannak.se/2011/10/kvinnor.html)


Mark: Are you coming Axa?
Axa: I just have to do this sexy pose first.

AXA cellphone game, AXA -The Game:
An Axa game for cellphones was released in 2011 and it is made in collaboration between the 'Unizarre International Film & TV Productions' in England and the 'AXA 2238 LLC' in USA. The game is no longer available.
The game is released for cellphones capable for J2ME games and is available in three different resolutions.
The game's storyline is specially written for the game, but is based on Romero's first AXA episode, "The Beginning". It is constructed with 3 different difficulty levels, six different graphic settings, 50 rooms to explore and more than 20 items that can be used as weapons.
The game i developed by 'Dark Crystal' in Germany.
Responsible for script and production is Pingo Lindstrom.
Official webpage: www.AXAGame.com



 
S
tory:
In a post-apocalyptic world mutated warriors attack a colony of survivors and kidnap two young women.
AXA, the sword-wielding heroine of the game, that has seen the violent attack, follows the tracks of the mutants to rescue the kidnapped girls.
She must find her way through the wilderness where villages have been devastated, through dark underground caves and through an old sewer system were creepy creatures is housed, until she reaches the abandoned city where she confronts the warriors. Her final meeting with the leader takes place on top of the mutant headquarters.
On her way AXA battles not only with creatures like huge rats, stray dogs, giant spiders, wasps and aggressive mutated alligators, but she must also solve the challenges, puzzles, to get to know which way she should go. Along the way AXA finds useful objects that she can gather and use individually or in combination for getting even more powerful weapons.




Picture series borrowed from"i-macedonian.blogspot.com"

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