The Few #1 and #2 Go Back for New Printings

Image Comics is pleased to announce that the first and second issues of the dystopian hit series THE FEW, written by Sean Lewis and drawn by Hayden Sherman, are being rushed back to print in order to keep up with customer demand.

Nothing is as it seems in this dystopian future, and everything is at risk. Two survivalist brothers, caught up in the fight for what’s left of America, stumble upon an injured woman in the woods, holding nothing but a gun and a baby wearing a gas mask. As their pasts—and their secrets—begin to come to light, it’s clear that their futures are muddier than ever.

THE FEW #1 3rd printing (Diamond code: JAN178372), THE FEW #2 2nd printing (Diamond code: JAN178373), and THE FEW #3 (Diamond code: JAN170730) will be available on Wednesday, March 22nd. The final order cutoff deadline for comics retailers is Monday, February 27th.

The 3rd print of #1 will be essentially the same, however the 2nd print of #2 will feature new art as seen below.



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7 Responses to The Few #1 and #2 Go Back for New Printings

  1. john dye says:

    Very surprised to see this going to second print. Art is awful. Just my opinion.

    • Zac says:

      Sometimes art doesn’t matter as much to the reader.. take GA or SA books, for example. The art was terrible back then, but for some reason a lot of people eat that crap up.

    • agentpoyo says:

      I actually didn’t mind the art.. I try not to judge art too much, I always imagine it’s their own style in how they want to interpret the story and it’s likely better than what most people can draw.. but that’s also just my opinion.

  2. Anthony says:

    I enjoyed the story though.

  3. r says:

    the art is good….for me anyway. Sometimes i prefer gritty art over the Jim Lees, Silvestris Campbel’s… adds to the story..See AJA, could you picture Lee drawing Hawkeye better than AJA during his hawkeye run?

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