Guardian Knights

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Guardian Knights, a critically acclaimed comic about human shapeshifters rather than anthropomorphic characters, was written by Dean Graf and drawn by Tygger Graf. Published by Limelight during the 1990s, it had a limited five-issue run from Honolulu Hawaii based Limelight Publishing Inc. Guardian Knights ended when the creators declined to continue the series after Diamond Comics Distributor temporarily suspended the title due to its irregular schedule. LM had planned for and was awaiting delivery of the series 6th book, first of a new 5 book arc, when Diamond advised of the suspension. Limelight Publishing (Now known as Limelight Media and based in Las Vegas NV) ceased producing comics in 2002. Lime Media Hawaii, run by ex LM sales vp William Grant and ex LM ad manager Wendell Hong, began publishing new general audience comics in 2009, and has left the door open for Dean and Lia Graf's new works in the future and Guardian Knights return. At this time there are no plans for a Guardian Knights Graphic Novel.

Guardian Knights is considered a publication of "furry interest" for its popularity with the fandom.


Human shapeshifters and elves had an intensive and massive change in the magic and politics of their world. The Guardian Knights had a change in their role as protectors of the world. The first five issues were the set up to this change, how it happened and the new path the Guardian Knights were to take.


The same name was used for a limited-edition (100 issue) portfolio of 12 prints, six by Tygger and six by Daphne Lage, each providing one colour print and five black-and-white prints.[1]


  1. Daphne's portfolios, including details of Guardian Knights, at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine

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