Richard Pini comic
The first new ElfQuest material in years, now available in a softcover edition! In this stunning tale, the elves must adapt to a world without the Troll smiths, who forged their weapons and tools. Painfully aware of her human heritage, Shuna embarks on a quest to unite elves and humans in peace.
- Issue # TPB (one month ago)
When ElfQuest: The Final Quest concluded, it ended the hero's journey of Cutter Kinseeker, chief of the Wolfriders. But that was only the start of a new adventure for Cutter's ''brother in all but blood,'' Skywise. Now the stargazer elf, who thought he knew everything about Cutter, discovers how mistaken he was. That, combined with a tragic accident involving his daughter Jink, sends Skywise on a quest of his own, from the elves' ancestral Star Home through uncharted space, and back to the World of Two Moons. Stargazer's Hunt has story by ElfQuest co-creators Wendy and Richard Pini, with script by Wendy Pini. Veteran Elfquest alumnus Sonny Strait returns at full force as the artist and colorist for the new series. All-new material for an established character.
The first issue of A Distant Soil. Rieken and D'mer save Lianna Scott from alien beings trying to capture her. The alien beings succeed in capturing her brother Jason. Later Rieken, D'mer, Liana, Brent Donewitz, and Antonio Minetti gather in Minetti's apartment where Rieken relates the tale of his race and Liana's father.
The Epic ElfQuest issues are reprints of the original series published by WaRP Graphics. The original series was 36 pages per issue and the Epic series 22, requiring new pages to be added to nearly every issue to aid the transitions. It is the story of how Cutter Kinseeker brings his Wolfriding tribe through the desert, caves, mountain to unite the elves of Abode and find the Palace of The High-Ones.
Reprints the original April 1978 to October 1984 WaRP Graphics ElfQuest series. A Hardcover edition with Slipcases, limited to 3,000 or 4,000, was also printed. These were signed and numbered with plain covers which have gold embossed designs and titles. A loose print of the Paperback edition's cover or, in the case of Volume 1, other artwork was included inside the cover of each volume.