Join Wendy and Richard Pini, Dagaz Media, The Fantasy Network, and Realm to experience ElfQuest: The Audio Movie brought to life. Check out the teaser and then download all 10 episodes from your favorite podcast source – for free! (Don’t forget to share, rate and review.)

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About the Project



Richard and Wendy Pini of Warp Graphics/Wolfrider Productions, Fred Greenhalgh of Dagaz Media, and Ben Dobyns of The Fantasy Network have joined forces to adapt the classic fantasy comic, ElfQuest, as a cinematic ‘audio movie’ experience with a cast of more than 40 voice actors, original sound design, and a lush orchestral score. ElfQuest: The Audio Movie is directed and produced by audio drama pioneer Fred Greenhalgh (Locke & Key, The X-Files: Cold Cases, The Dark Tome), and co-produced with Jonathan Woodward (HBO’s Wit, Buffy, Angel, Firefly), with creators Richard and Wendy Pini serving as executive producers. The podcast episodes are distributed by Realm.

ElfQuest is the longest-running independent fantasy graphic novel series in the USA, has appeared on the New York Times best-seller list, and has more than 20 million comics, graphic novels and other publications in print. The story of Cutter, chief of the Wolfrider tribe of elves, and his quest to find others of their own kind on the World of Two Moons, ElfQuest was first published in 1978 by creators Wendy and Richard Pini. The concluding issue of The Final Quest story was published by Dark Horse Comics on February 28, 2018, exactly 40 years to the day after the initial appearance of Elfquest, and kicked off a year-long anniversary celebration. In 2022 a new series, Stargazer’s Hunt, appeared, and further publications are planned.

Dagaz Media is dedicated to producing stories which push the boundaries of what can be achieved in audio. Dagaz was founded by US audio drama pioneers Fred Greenhalgh and William Dufris, whose collaborations include Locke and Key, developed as a loyal-to-text, location-recorded audio drama for Audible; The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives, also for Audible; and Expeditionary Force: Homefront, for Podium. The Dagaz original series, The Dark Tome, has achieved over 6 million downloads to date.

The Fantasy Network (TFN) is a creator-owned video-on-demand and crowdfunding platform founded in 2018. TFN’s mission is to build direct relationships between fans and creators, empowering audiences to renew the shows that they love. TFN is founded by the award-winning crowdfunding and production teams behind Zombie Orpheus Entertainment (The Gamers, JourneyQuest, Strowlers), Arrowstorm Entertainment (The Outpost, Mythica), The Forge Studios (The Rangers), and Recursor TV.