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Sirius Entertainment
StatusPublisher of Poison Elves
FounderRobb Horan & Larry Salamone
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationUnadilla, New York
Key peopleRobb Horan (Publisher)
Publication typesComics, trade paperbacks
Fiction genresIndie, outlaw, underground, horror, fantasy
ImprintsDogstar Press

Sirius Entertainment is an American comic book company operating since 1994. Their last original published work was Drew Hayes award winning autobiography, DEATHREATS in 2009. Sirius Entertainment was founded by Robb Horan,[1][2] and Larry Salamone,[3] and was dedicated from the outset to publishing creator-owned properties.[3] Originally based in Stanhope, New Jersey, Sirius later moved to Unadilla, New York.[2]

Sirius published popular titles such as Joseph Michael Linsner's Dawn, Drew Hayes' Poison Elves, Mark Crilley's Akiko, Jill Thompson's Scary Godmother, and Mark Smylie's epic fantasy Artesia.

In 2000, Sirius signed a 50 year deal with Drew Hayes. Linsner left the company around 2001. In the early 2000s, Sirius signed a bookstore distribution agreement with Diamond Comic Distributors.[2]

Sirius appears to have gone defunct in c. 2007; by 2010, the company's line of back issues were being sold by Horan via his website By 2021 the Sirius Entertainment website,, had changed hands.

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  1. ^ Seifert, Mark. "I, Lusiphur and the Dark Magic Beginnings of Drew Hayes' Poison Elves," Bleeding Cool (Jan. 17, 2021).
  2. ^ a b c "Sirius Entertainment Signs with Diamond for Bookstore Distribution," Diamond News. Retrieved Dec. 27, 2021.
  3. ^ a b Fassbender, Tom. "A Sirius Interview: With Two Sirius Guys," Capital Comics Internal Correspondance (May 1995), pp. 1–3.
  4. ^ Banza Girls website. Archived at the Wayback Machine.