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1.6m pages of Elfquest read online this month

A record, up from just 135,000 for the same period last year! In addition to bookmarking our recently-updated homepage and comic viewer, you can follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and RSS. But the web’s no substitute for physical books—or the latest high-res issues—from Dark Horse Comics.

Fresh on the bookshelves is Elfquest: The Final Quest Vol. 1, out this month. Here’s the blurb:

“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. “

The current issue of the Elfquest: The Final Quest is #8, and you can find it at comic book stores or read it right away at Dark Horse Digital (where you can also read the rest of the new series in digital form, too)

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And don’t forget the collected Complete Elfquest Vol. 1 and Complete Elfquest Vol. 2, reproduced in crisp black and white, as originally published from 1978-1992.


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Most spectacular of all, Elfquest: The Gallery Edition collects ultra-high res scans of Wendy Pini’s original artwork—whiteout and all—from the first five issues of the original magazine-sized books.

Our own online store has some classic color editions still in stock, too: we’re almost out!


4 Comments

  1. Richard Pini

    Richard Pini on April 23, 2015

    Something not many people may know: Elfquest.com is over 20 years old now, and was the first domain on the internet dedicated to a comic book title/property. “What?!,” you say, “Both Marvel and DC had internet presence before that.” True, but they did not yet have their own domains; they used gateways such as AOL that provided rental space (for want of a better term). We’ve been proud of that fact – it’s just one of several firsts for Elfquest. And we’ve also been proud of our helpers over the years – among many others, Jay “Whip” Grizzard, who actually introduced me to the web back when and strong-armed me into securing the elfquest.com domain; Tim Georgi, who served as webmaster for many years and walked me through any number of site makeovers; and now Heather and Rob Beschizza and David Mizejewski, who are doing above-and-beyond service for us and the elves in the brave (and unpredictable) world of social media. What can we say but AYOOOAH!

  2. Mr. Pini, you and Mrs. Pini are deserving of high praise for making such a massive catelogue available FOR FREE!!! It’s certainly helped me out quite a bit (I’m a fairly new reader). I can’t tell you how much your geneoristy means to a fan.

  3. Yes, agreed! It has helped me a great deal too. I was a childhood fan, but lost touch with the World of Two Moons after Siege of Blue Mountain, when I could no longer get hold of new issues in my local stores. I’ve rediscovered Elfquest since as an adult, and am eternally grateful that I have been able to read through the back issues online. Reading Final Quest now feels a bit like coming home to an old friend, complete with the agonising wait between issues. Thank you!

  4. I’m a generally new reader. My mom started collecting when the Star Blaze graphic novels were released and stopped after Kings of the Broken Wheel. I started reading earlier this year. I started with the new Dark Horse books. After that I knew there was more. I don’t like reading online so I bought the remaining stories on eBay in the Reader’s Collection books! I may be new but ElfQuest is by far the best thing to be in my life! I am in the process of collection the individual issues and now just need the Original Quest and Hidden Years! Thank You Wendy and Richard for giving the world the World of Two Moons!

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