Black Axe

Black Axe is a comic book series published by Marvel UK in 1993. It was written by Simon Jowett, with pencils by Edmund Perryman and inks by Rodney Ramos. The series was cancelled abruptly after the seventh issue.

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Mouse Guard: Fall 1152 - Issue #5 - Midnight's Dawn
... The Axe marches on Lockhaven with the captive Lieam ... While tracking the treacherous Axe army, Saxon and Kenzie found a new ally in an old hermit mouse named Celenawe, claiming to be the ancient hero of mice The ... to hold them to their word of retrieving his missing axe ...
Mouse Guard - Characters
... ago, known by some in the Guard as the legendary "Black Axe", whose mythic tale was long thought ended long ago ... Conrad - A salty, peg-legged mouse who once trained with the Black Axe ... He steals the black axe from Celanawe and dubbing himself the new Black Axe, raises an army that besieges Lockhaven ...
Black Axe - Fictional Character Biography
... Black Axe is an immortal who has existed for the length of human history. ...

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