6 edition of The Wolfrider"s Guide to the World of Elfquest found in the catalog.
by Warp Graphics, Inc.
Written in English
|Contributions||Joellyn Auklandus (Editor), Richard Pini (Editor), Wendy Pini (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
Discover the legendary Elfquest!Created in , Elfquest continues to capture the imaginations of readers young and old. Chief Cutter and the Wolfriders are driven from their forest home by the threat of annihilation. As they wander an ever-changing landscape inhabited by excitable humans—and other odd creatures—they discover other elf tribes as well. Led by Cutter, the elfin Wolfriders have experienced equal parts of triumph and tragedy, loss and gain. Now, in the first original Elfquest story in years, the elves must adapt to a world without the Troll smiths, and appoint an elf to master the art of metallurgy. Two quests and two heroes will change the Wolfriders' way forever. Full color.
Dark Horse Comics, along with co-creators Wendy and Richard Pini will return to the world of ElfQuest later this year with ElfQuest: Stargazer's Hunt. The . ElfQuest: Stargazer's Hunt goes on sale Novem , and will be available for pre-order at your local comic shop soon. Praise for ElfQuest: "One of the most beautifully crafted, well thought out comic book fantasy epics of all time."–Comic Book Resources "It is no wonder that ElfQuest .
And just as he is needed most to unite and lead his people, Cutter, chief of the Wolfriders, suddenly sets off on a new questto seek the one being on the World of Two Moons who can right an ancient wrong. A New York Times best-selling series! Brand-new ElfQuest adventures! Elfquest graphic novel series, bk. Edition/Format: Print book: Fiction: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Heroes -- Juvenile fiction. Heroes -- Comic books, strips, etc. Cutter (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc. View all subjects; More.
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The Wolfrider's Guide to the World of Elfquest Paperback – April 1, by Theresa Robeson (Author), Joellyn Auklandus (Editor), Richard Pini (Editor), out of 5 /5(4). From there, the Wolfriders and the Sun People must learn to live together in harmony; with Cutter's romance with the exotic Leetah a metaphor for the blossoming relationship between the two tribes.
It's hard to know how to classify ElfQuest/5(40). Elfquest is the ongoing tale of Cutter and the Wolfriders, a tribe of feral, forest-dwelling elves. They are descended from shapeshifting aliens who crashed thousands of years ago on a nameless world they now call the World of Two Moons. InRichard and Wendy Pini self-published Elfquest #1 and introduced audiences around the world to the elfin Wolfriders, trolls, and superstitious humans, all trying to co-exist on the World of Two Moons.
Since that first story appeared, millions of copies of Elfquest have been sold around the world. Inspired by sources ranging from classic literature to Japanese manga, the Pinis created 5/5(1). The Wolfriders have escaped the prison of Blue Mountain, but have gone from the frying pan into the fire.
The Palace of the High Ones calls to them, but as they journey, they are set upon by ferocious trolls who guard the relic/5. The Wolfriders, a band of elves, search for others of their kind in a savage Earthlike world.
Elfquest (or ElfQuest) is a comic book property created by Wendy and Richard Pini in It is a fantasy story about a community of elves and other fictional species who struggle to survive and coexist on a primitive Earth-like planet with two l published volumes of prose fiction also share the same setting.
Elfquest was one of the first comic book series to have a planned. The story of Cutter, chief of the Wolfriders, and his tribe as they confront the perils of their primitive world, encounter new races of elves, and embark on a grand and.
Elfquest is a comic book series created by Wendy and Richard Pini in The comics and related works of prose fiction tell the story of the elves of the World of Two Moons, particularly the elfin tribe called the Wolfriders. Elfquest was first published in the short-lived Fantasy Quarterly anthology in ; after one appearance there, it was published as a stand-alone series which began.
The Wolfriders are the main characters of Elfquest, a shy and secretive tribe of forest dwellers who have allied themselves with the wolves of the World of Two Moons.
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 by creators Wendy and Richard Pini.
Elfquest (official abbreviation EQ) also known as ElfQuest: The Original Quest (official abbreviation: OQ) or Original Series is a twenty-part graphic novel following the adventures of the Wolfriders tribe. Publication history Edit. Elfquest was first published in the magazine Fantasy Quarterly in February It was a black and white issue, printed on a rather cheap newsprint, with a.
The Wolfriders trace their linneage to the High One Timmain. She, in her shapeshifted form, lived and mated with an Abodean wolf, producing Timmorn "Yellow-Eyes" the first chief of the Wolfriders. His ilk became the only mortal Elves; and struggled with the powerful and often opposing internal forces of "Wolfsong" and "Elfsong".
It was written and drawn exclusively by the creators of Elfquest, Wendy and Richard Pini. It is now available for sale in a handsomely colored 4-volume hardcover set called the Elfquest Archives. The Archives are a great place to start. 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.
"Even with a bit of a slowdown in pace, Wendy and Richard Pini's "Elfquest: The Final Quest" is a pleasant read. The series takes a dark and interesting turn here, pitting elf against elf as the Wolfriders try to puzzle out the true motives of powerful, ancient elves, Gliders, who claim to be the lost High Ones.
For the first time, characters are tortured, even killed/5(29). While the Original High Ones are only a headlength shorter than humans and much slenderer, the Wolfriders and the Go-Backs tribes are between one half and one third of a human. The elves of Elfquest are broadly human in appearance, but are distinguished from humans by the following characteristics.
If you are new to the world of elfquest this is the third book in the elfquest it comes the books Fire and Flight(book #1)and the Forbbiden Grove(book #2). In this book, you meet the Gliders, a group of elves that claims to be the High Ones. This is the encyclopedia of Elfquest. Has plate art in the middle including a map of Abode.
Goes through the timeline of the comics, up to and including FutureQuest. It's a gotta have for anyone who's been a lifelong Elfquest fan. Get this from a library. ElfQuest, wolfrider. [Wendy Pini; Richard Pini] -- On a planet where elves, humans, and trolls have lived for millions of years, conflict arises on a grand scale when Bearclaw, the tenth chief of the Wolfriders, confronts a new human settlement near.
Now a small but gallant band of Wolfriders must search the world for a place not contaminated by humans--a place where legends sy other elves live in peace and safety.
If it's not already too late. This is the first full-length novel based on the smash-hit graphic Elfquest bestsellers/5(12).Winter is coming, but love is still in the air! Among the Wolfriders, some celebrate new bonds while others welcome new life. Cutter holds a fateful council: itâ€™s now time for all elves to chooseâ€”travel with the Palace back to the Star Home, or remain on the World of Two Moons.The Wolfriders embark on their final quest!
Generation after generation, for thousands of years, the elves of the World of Two Moons sought refuge from the savagery of their primitive planet.
For a while, it seemed they had found it in the legendary Palace of the High Ones.