AXA (comics)

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AXA was the title of a newspaper comic strip featuring an eponymous lead character, which was published in British daily tabloid The Sun from 1978 to 1986. It was written by Donne Avenell and drawn by Romero.

Publication history

Commissioned by The Sun in 1978, the series 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 1986.

Romero returned to draw his previous series, 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". All the strips from The Sun have been reprinted in trade paperback format by Ken Pierce Books.

A film version of the strip was announced in 2005. In 2008 Unizarre International Film & Television Productions was officially attached as Producer of the film version.

In January 2011, a mobile phone game was released based on the AXA character. The game targets mainly Nokia phones, but is written in Java and is therefore expandable to other platforms.


Opening on a post-apocalyptic Earth in the year 2080, Axa is a woman who, having grown sick of the regimented and stifling society inside a domed city, flees into the untamed wilderness....
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