The Few


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Image Comics
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6.6 X 0.7 X 10.1 inches | 1.2 pounds
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About the Author

As an educator and curriculum writer, Sean values using the world as seen through the lens of students to guide instruction and inquiry. He enjoys conversing with his students and constructing lessons about financial matters, and entrepreneurship. FINNA LIT was created so that families, educators and students can participate in an ongoing learning process that dynamic and which is unique to each lived experience that honours many ways of knowing. Sean is grateful for the financial hardships he faced growing up and the lessons he learned. Lessons he continues to learn to this day.

Hayden is an award winning comic artist whose work includes THE FEW, JOHN CARTER: THE END, COLD WAR, and WASTED SPACE. He's a lover of science-fiction and fantasy who has had the joy of illustrating for companies such as Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Dynamite, AfterShock, Vault, and BOOM! Studios. He currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts, where he shares an apartment with his significant other and a dumb cat.


Pvt. Edan Hale serves the Palace, a corrupt government that rules splintered America in a dystopian future. After serving the Palace faithfully for years, Edan finds herself stuck in camps with the "terrorists" she has been fighting, known as the Few. Initially under deep cover to infiltrate the Few, she eventually comes to ally herself with them. Haunted by her former commander's ghost and strapped with caring for a small infant who wears a gas mask, Edan spends much of the tale running from guns, shooting and bombing her pursuers, and forging uneasy partnerships with strangers. Multiple surprises await our protagonist, and the conclusion to this arc is powerfully satisfying. Lewis (Saints) crafts an emotionally charged tale, deftly illustrated by Sherman (John Carter: The End), whose jagged, sketchy style, reminiscent of Frank Miller's Sin City or Will Eisner's A Contract with God, perfectly fits the bleak forests and cityscapes that Edan encounters. Black, white, and red constitute the basic palette.
Verdict Recommended for mature readers who like their stories stark, dark, and intense. Strong adult content owing to graphic violence.-Jeffrey W. Hunter, Royal Oak, MI