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by Wendy Pini,Richard Pini

Download Elfquest Reader's Collection #1: Fire and Flight eBook
ISBN:
093686155X
Author:
Wendy Pini,Richard Pini
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Warp Graphics Pubns (January 1, 1999)
Pages:
176 pages
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1387 kb
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1974 kb
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Elfquest Graphic Novel 1: Fire and Flight. Regardless of the ElfQuest content, the authors have made this book for everyone.

Elfquest Graphic Novel 1: Fire and Flight. Just like George Lucas and Steven Speilberg have done countless times with their fantasy films that audiences all over the world have fallen in love with, Wendy and Richard Pini scribe and draw a beuatifully enriched story of love, deception, adventure and magic. One need only scan through the first two pages and instantly find that they cannot put this book back onto the shelf. This husband and wife present to you a story full of many strong characters, an aspect that is sadly lost in most stories.

The Elfquest Reader’s Collection collects all the core stories in book form, so that readers new and old . The Elfquest Reader’s Collection series includes the following volumes

The Elfquest Reader’s Collection collects all the core stories in book form, so that readers new and old can follow the entire tale from its beginnings on up to the most recent work. The Elfquest Reader’s Collection series includes the following volumes. All are currently out of print (although all the material is presented online here for free). ISBN numbers are given to aid archivists and collectors seeking copies in the secondary market. Fire and Flight (ISBN 36861-55-X) story by Wendy & Richard Pini, art by Wendy Pini.

Wendy Pini draws for us a unique world filled with elves, trolls, faeries, and humans and breaths life and novelty into them still unseen in most of the fantasy genre since. Elfquest - Archives, Volume 3 focuses once again upon Cutter on his quest to find more Elfkind

Wendy Pini draws for us a unique world filled with elves, trolls, faeries, and humans and breaths life and novelty into them still unseen in most of the fantasy genre since. Elfquest - Archives, Volume 3 focuses once again upon Cutter on his quest to find more Elfkind. But does Cutter and his tribe of Wolfriders find more than he can handle when they come across the elves who call themselves The Gliders?

1993) (The first book in the Elfquest Reader's Collection series) A Graphic Novel by Wendy Pini.

1993) (The first book in the Elfquest Reader's Collection series) A Graphic Novel by Wendy Pini. Fire and Flight is the first adventure of the Wolfriders. The elves are burnt out of their ancestral home by vengeful humans. Betrayed by cowardly trolls, the elfin tribe, led by Cutter, Blood of Ten Chiefs, must cross the Burning Wastelands to find a faven they've never seen.

ElfQuest 1: Fire and Flight (Reader's Collection). Elfquest is the brainchild of Wendy and Richard Pini. It was one of the first independent comics series that strove for mainstream acceptance rather than And so it begins. 093686155X (ISBN13: 9780936861555). One of my goals in life has been to read books and graphic novels that I missed or passed over at earlier points in time for one reason or another best to just dive right on in.

Elfquest is a comic book series created by Wendy and Richard Pini in 1978. Vol. 1 - Fire and Flight (Elfquest I 1-5) (1988). 2 - The Forbidden Grove (Elfquest I 6-10) (1988)

Elfquest is a comic book series created by Wendy and Richard Pini in 1978. 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. 1999: Wolfrider - Reader's Collection containing the conclusion to the storyline begun in Elfquest II. 2001: Wolfshadow Summer Special - 1 issue. 2001: Recognition Summer Special - 1 issue. 2 - The Forbidden Grove (Elfquest I 6-10) (1988). 3 - Captives of Blue Mountain (Elfquest I 11-15) (1988).

Items related to Elfquest Book Fire and Flight. Wendy Pini; Richard Pini Elfquest Book Fire and Flight. ISBN 13: 9780936861166. Elfquest Book Fire and Flight. Wendy Pini; Richard Pini.

Book in the Elfquest Series). by Wendy Pini and Richard Pini. ElfQuest impacted my life in ways I'll probably never be able to comprehend. I first read the comics that make up this graphic novel when I was 13, and I was hooked

Book in the Elfquest Series). I first read the comics that make up this graphic novel when I was 13, and I was hooked. I collected all the reprints of the original series I could find, and then found my way to more. This story of love, honour, betrayal, and being one with nature is a must-read for anyone from 8-80. If you find comic books a little daunting and/or simplistic, there are novels as well. Perhaps read those and then come back to the comics and allow them to fill in the blanks.

In 1969, Richard Pini read a letter written by Wendy Fletcher that had been published in The Silver Surfer comic book. They struck up a correspondence and married in 1972. She has created covers and illustrations for numerous publications including Galaxy Science Fiction, Galileo, Marvel Comics, and DC Comics. In 1978, they created Warp Graphics and the Elfquest series of comics, graphic novels, and prose works. Elfquest was one of the first independently published American comic series. In 1992, they started allowing other artists and writers to produce Elfquest stories. She also created two.

Wendy Pini née Fletcher, (born June 4, 1951) and Richard Pini (born July 19, 1950) are the husband-and-wife team responsible for creating the well-known Elfquest series of comics, graphic novels and prose works. They are also known as WaRP (as in Warp Graphics). Wendy Fletcher was born in San Francisco in 1951, and from an early age demonstrated the talents later to come to fruition as a professional illustrator, and eventually as the creator of Elfquest.

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  • Ichalote
I HAVEN'T READ ELFQUEST IN OVER TEN YEARS, BUT I CAN'T AFFORD HIGH PRICES, SO I WAS HAPPY TO FIND USED BOOKS AT GREAT DEALS. I PREFER THE ORIGINAL COLOR ONES, BUT THIS WORKS JUST FINE. THE BOOK WAS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. AND I AM HAPPY TO HAVE IT IN MY COLLECTION. BUY USED AND EX-LIBRARY BOOKS AND GIVE THOSE BOOKS A NEW LIFE.
  • YSOP
This very artful fantasy saga first opens with a ghostly castle suddenly appearing right out of the sky to float down to a prehistoric world, where all the lordly elves in exile were forced to settle down to a crude existence deep in the woods inhabited by their savage enemies, the elf-hating cavepeople. As it happens, the human leader decides to set the forest afire in order to get rid of all the strange, pointy-eared creatures that ride on wild wolves. Thus it was quite a fatal move for both the humans and the elves, who had to turn to the treacherous trolls for help, like it or not. As a result, the unfortunate elves found themselves out in the very midst of a very dry desert - and a whole new world to behold...and the rest is history. A very intriguing vision so skillfully handmade by a very talented young woman and her equally talented husband - a very rare find in the whole world of comic books and graphic novels. Gorgeous flower-like art, excellent layout, and very interesting characters with their multi-faceted personalities ranging from the fiercefully brave Cutter to the sly, woman-chasing Skywise to the beautiful, sexy Leetah to the giggly little blonde Newstar in a simple blue dress. In addition, since the creative couple is unable to have any children of their own, they also had the big opportunity to conjure up their personal parenting fantasy by inventing the very concept of Recognization, a very spiritual process that forces the elfin couples to fall into love with each other and after a two-year gestation, produce an incredibly perfect child with a magical gift of its own to benefit the entire elfin race. Very unique and imaginative. Unfortunately, after only a few volumes, the very quality of the Elfquest stories began to lose its touch due to the fact they had been turned over to the other hands. Too many witches spoilt the brew, as the old saying would have gone, I guess.
  • Braendo
You can't pidgeon-hole ElfQuest into a warlike, adventurous "boy-comic" or a cutesy, romantic "girl-comic." Neither can it be dismissed as a children's story or reserved for adults. It's got a little bit of everything. Okay, so I may be biased given that the ElfQuest series is one of my all-time favorite tales, and certainly my favorite graphic novel :P - But I have good reasons, you see. I guess the most basic reason EQ is so COMPELLING is that it has the magic of any beloved story: it feels true. The characters and storylines, exotic though they are, reflect our own conflicts and passions. That means no flat characters or cheesy plots, hooray! Plus it has all those prrrrrrrretty pictures... I'm still drawing elves 11 years after I bought book 1! I recommend volumes 1-8.
  • Worla
What all readers in the world should realize before sitting down to ANY book, is that the author has taken time and energy to present to you a story that will move, excite or anger you. Regardless of the ElfQuest content, the authors have made this book for everyone. Just like George Lucas and Steven Speilberg have done countless times with their fantasy films that audiences all over the world have fallen in love with, Wendy and Richard Pini scribe and draw a beuatifully enriched story of love, deception, adventure and magic. One need only scan through the first two pages and instantly find that they cannot put this book back onto the shelf.
This husband and wife present to you a story full of many strong characters, an aspect that is sadly lost in most stories. The tribe of elves invovlved are described as being not only a tribe, but a family. And Richard Pini's heartfelt stroy-telling sucks you into that family, sucks you into the love and the devotion each thickly developed character feels for one another.
The fact that this epic is in comic-book form adds to the escape effect you will feel upon reading this book. The beautiful artwork becomes your environment and soon you find yourself there with the tribe as they trek through the desert and the forest of a deformed Earth-like world. Enter these richly drawn settings and be transported into mystery. Brilliant!