Blood of Ten Chiefs (ElfQuest Reader's Collection, #9b)

This volume reprints material from issues 1 11 of the Elfquest Blood of Ten Chiefs comic book series Before Cutter, leader of the Wolfriders, there were the Ten Chiefs, ancestors going all the way back 10,00 years to the very first elves to land upon the World of Two Moons These shadowy characters come to life in tales that show how the elves lived, loved and died asThis volume reprints material from issues 1 11 of the Elfquest Blood of Ten Chiefs comic book series Before Cutter, leader of the Wolfriders, there were the Ten Chiefs, ancestors going all the way back 10,00 years to the very first elves to land upon the World of Two Moons These shadowy characters come to life in tales that show how the elves lived, loved and died as they struggled to make a home on their new world.
Blood of Ten Chiefs ElfQuest Reader s Collection b This volume reprints material from issues of the Elfquest Blood of Ten Chiefs comic book series Before Cutter leader of the Wolfriders there were the Ten Chiefs ancestors going all the way bac

  • Title: Blood of Ten Chiefs (ElfQuest Reader's Collection, #9b)
  • Author: Wendy Pini Richard Pini Andy Mangels Terry Collins Brandon McKinney Steve Blevins Janine Johnston
  • ISBN: 9780936861685
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Blood of Ten Chiefs (ElfQuest Reader's Collection, #9b)”

    1. The thing I LOVE about this book is learning more about the ancestors of my beloved elves. We already know snippets of stories and some of the broader ideas surrounding the lives of some of them but its fun to have a whole sequence devoted to them. The thing I actively dislike is that the artwork is not Wendys. The Pinis are always extoling on the artwork of artists they let draw elquest and how lovely it is to let others be part of the experience of drawing such a beloved series but that's not [...]

    2. Continuing with my online reading of the ElfQuest graphic novels, I just finished up 1-20 of the Blood of Ten Chiefs series. I really enjoyed reading stories of the current elves' ancestors. Some were funny, some were disturbing, but all had that certain trait that makes ElfQuest so good. A few of the artists might bug me from time to time (I really only like Wendy drawing ElfQuest -- I'm a snob that way). Otherwise, the tales themselves were quite enjoyable.

    3. I never enjoyed reading until I was given this to read: absolutely loved reading this! I was in the 9th grade dreading what high school would bring but after reading this, I felt a whole new world open up just for me. Hopefully, you will feel the same.

    4. This is gonna sound weird, but ElfQuest was the only comic I read when I was young. It became my go-to reading material if things really started to suck. I'm much older, and I still occasionally pull out the collection books and read through the entire story. Love the art and the story.

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