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ElfQuest: The Final Quest – a Chat with Wendy and Richard Pini

Since 1978, the world of Cutter and his Wolfriders has been a wonderful marriage of fantasy genre and comic book medium, brought to life by the art and storytelling of Wendy Pini along with the EQ facilitator, Richard Pini. It's been a long run, one that sadly is coming to a conclusion this month with the publishing of the last great […]


Exclusive Look Inside Elfquest: The Final Quest #23

Dark Horse has sent us four exclusive pages from the upcoming Elfquest: the Final Quest #23 by Wendy Pini and Richard Pini. The issue is being colored by Sonny Strait. This is the penultimate issue of the series as the battle comes ever closer to its conclusion. The issue is out January 3rd, 2018. ELFQUEST: […]

Exclusive Previews For ElfQuest: The Final Quest #18 And Conan the Slayer #6

Dark Horse has sent us two exclusive previews for their up coming fantasy books: Elfquest: The Final Quest #18  by Wendy Pini and Richard Pini and Conan the Slayer #6 by Cullen Bunn and Sergio Davila. Both books go on sale January 25th. ELFQUEST: THE FINAL QUEST #18 Writer: Wendy Pini, Richard Pini Artist: Wendy […]

'There Have Always Been Women In Comics' – The Testament Of She Makes Comics

By Tony Wolf "There have always been women in comics. There have been women in comics for decades." – Kelly Sue DeConnick Women in comics are finally getting the spotlight. But do you know the rich history of female comics creators? The new documentary She Makes Comics by director Marisa Stotter and Respect Films/ Sequart brings us […]

Exclusive Look Inside Frank Thorne's Red Sonja Artist Edition Vol 2

Dynamite has sent over a few exclusive pages from their Frank Thorne's Red Sonja Artist Edition Vol 2 which comes out this week. The book collects the first six issues of the 1977 Red Sonja comic book series written by Roy Thomas, Clara Noto and Wendy Pini. For more information on Frank Thorne's Red Sonja Artist […]

Celebrating Dark Horse's Women In Comics – Elfquest's Wendy Pini Is Proud To Be A 'Tough, Stubborn, Long-Surviving Woman Pioneer'

Since 1978, the world of Elfquest has inspired the minds and artistic bent of generations of readers, and the unstoppable trajectory of its ever-expanding world has moved through various platforms, displaying the full versatility of the comics medium, from mainstream publishing, to self-publication, webcomics, and now back to print in a new incarnation with Dark […]

Tiny Elves Get Big Comic

At ECCC today, Dark Horse Comics announced that Elfquest would be getting a Gallery Edition, the latest format to copy Scott Dunbier's Artists Edition format over at IDW. Effectively this reproduces the look and feel of the original art boards, the comics were originally created on. ElfQuest: The Original Quest Gallery Edition, collects the first five issues […]

Five Things You Need to Know About Elfquest – Plus Extras from Final Quest #1

Elfquest has been in existence since 1978 and has been at various points self-published by creators Wendy and Richard Pini (through their imprint Warp Graphics), published by Marvel, then DC, and as of New York Comic Con 2013, Dark Horse released a "Special" one-shot of Elfquest: The Final Quest that kicked off a soon-t0-be-arriving series […]

ElfQuest Returns At BoingBoing

This long standing fantasy series was self published through Warp Graphics. It appeared from Marvel Comics. It was published by DC Comics. There was going to be a film at one point. There probably still is. In fact, one of the reasons often cited for Paul Levitz being demoted, then leaving DC Comics, was that […]

Warner Bros. Nix ElfQuest Movie, Pin Blame On The Hobbit

I would assume that the success of The Lord of the Rings and the huge interest in The Hobbit, not to mention the extraordinary, eight-film success of the Harry Potter series, would encourage Warner Bros. to look seriously into all of their similar options, but the studio has not to move ahead with a long-developing […]

ElfQuest Movie Gets Ultraviolet's Joe Ahearne Behind The Word Processor

It seems like an odd choice, maybe, to hand the big screen adaptation or Wendy and Richard Pini's ElfQuest comics to Rawson Marshall Thurber, but when he faced the fans at Comic-Con, way back in 2008, he seemed to win them over rather easily. A large part of how he did this was through promising […]