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    Reviews - ElfQuest - #1

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The Renaissance Elf - killerdoo
In taking a traditional creature usually stereotyped even by the best of storytellers, Wendy and Richard Pini breath in new life into the creature called "elf" by breaking down the barriers that have upheld him for so long. By employing various new concepts, expressed so artfully through ingenious comic mediums, the Pini's create a new elf in Elfquest, such as that they are no longer placed on pedestals, but rather sculpted into living, breathing, completely fallible, creatures capable of every thought, feeling, and endeavor as that of man. In doing so, the Pini's not only transform the creature, but also makes his story all that much empathetic to us - the readers.




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