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"The Devil of the Sixth Heaven"
Elephantmen - Man and Elephantman 1
Elephantmen
Title: "The Devil of the Sixth Heaven"
Volume: 1
Number: 1
Cover price: $3.99
Cover date: March, 2011
Publisher: Image Comics
Credits
Writers: Richard Starkings
Pencilers: Axel Medellin
Inkers: Axel Medellin
Cover artists: Boo Cook; Ed McGuinness; Duncan Rouleau
Cover inker: Boo Cook; Ed McGuinness; Duncan Rouleau
Cover colorist: Boo Cook
Cover letterer: Richard Starkings
Colorists: Axel Medellin
Letterers: Richard Starkings
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"The Devil of the Sixth Heaven" is the title to the Elephantmen: Man and Elephantman one-shot special published by Image Comics. The story was written by Richard Starkings with artwork and inks by Axel Medellin. The cover art illustration was rendered by Boo Cook. The story was colored by Axel Medellin and lettered by Richard Starkings. This issue shipped with a March, 2011 cover date and carries a cover price of $3.99 per copy (US).

"The Devil of the Sixth Heaven" Edit

Appearances Edit

Featured characters

  • Ebony Hide
  • Hank Gruenwald
  • Hip Flask
  • Miki
  • Obadiah Horn
  • Sahara
  • Trench
  • Tusk
  • Vanity Case
  • Yvette

Supporting characters

Villains

Minor characters

Organizations

Races

Locations

Items

Vehicles

Powers

"C<3R" Edit

Appearances Edit

Featured characters

Supporting characters

Villains

Minor characters

Organizations

Races

Locations

Items

Vehicles

Powers

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The Boo Cook cover to this issue was produced in black and white. This issues shipped with a colored variant cover illustrate by Ed McGuinness.
  • Includes a one-page recap segment.
  • "The Devil of the Sixth Heaven" is reprinted as a twenty-three page flip-book in The Walking Dead #86.

Recommended Reading Edit

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