Elfquest: The Final Quest 1

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April 2015

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“If you’re looking for some engaging fantasy, don’t miss ElfQuest: The Final Quest! It’s something special and will pull you in from the first time you read it!” – Major Spoilers

For generations, the elves sought a safe haven against all who would do them harm. But the dream that Chief Cutter and his Wolfriders fought and died for, the Palace of the High Ones, may be the very thing destroying them. The skills that helped them survive the harsh world are fading, and there is a growing threat from a tyrant obsessed with exterminating all elves – creating a disastrous brew that must surely boil over.

ElfQuest: The Final Quest Volume 1 collects Wendy and Richard Pini's sixty-page special and the first six issues of The Final Quest, the newest adventures of the Wolfriders!

Elfquest is just one of those stories that you never want to end. It's so visually pleasing, I would be totally down for a virtual game or even just a tour of the palace. So yet again, Elfquest scores a five out of five.” – Comic Bastards

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•Comics website

“Even with a bit of a slowdown in pace, Wendy and Richard Pini's Elfquest: The Final Quest is a pleasant read. And with the setup for what's to come next time, I'm looking forward to seeing them in ‘60’, as the old issues' letter-column liked to state things. I suspect readers who made it this far will agree.”

Comics Beat

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“Very few indie comics have spawned such a devoted cult or influenced so many spin-offs and imitators. Wendy Pini really hit the right notes at the right time with a style equal parts Kelly Freas, manga, and Walt Disney. It wasn’t for everyone, but for those whose wheelhouse it hit, it was THE thing, with spin-off RPGs, novels and filk songs. ElfQuest is also one of the first American comics to really nail the urgency and drama of manga storytelling.”

Publishers Weekly

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“For more than 30 years, the Pinis' ElfQuest saga has satisfied readers with tales of the glamorous but fierce elves who share an alien planet with nonmagical, often hostile humans … Longtime fans won't be disappointed.”