Just Another Fanboy #72 – Elfquest Part One

This is the episode in which I begin my journey through the epic comic book series Elfquest by Wendy and Richard Pini, and I start with issue #1.

When the humans burn the woods down, Cutter’s tribe is forced to search for a new home.

Originally published in February, 1978.

Read along for free at elfquest.com

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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #250: Neal Adams, Wendy Pini

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Episode 250 is a special one, and it all kicks off with my recent interview with comics legend Neal Adams, who shares his thoughts on what Marvel and DC are doing right and what they’re doing wrong. He talks about his recent work on Superman: The Coming of the Supermen, The CW’s Arrow, and what he has coming our way soon! You can keep up with him at his website at this link!

Then everything wraps up when I bring back one of my favorite interviews, and that was with Wendy Pini from Elfquest! This first aired in Episode 125, but a few months after that, Wendy complimented me by saying online that this was one of her favorite interviews that took place when Elfquest: The Final Quest began.  We talked about many things Elfquest, including how she and Richard Pini make the magic happen, how profound the characters are, her use of computer graphics, and what else she had planned back when this chat first aired, much of which is still relevant today. Don’t miss it!

Next week, we begin the next 250 episodes, and more!


Wayne’s Comics #125 With Wendy Pini From ‘Elfquest’

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Be sure to pick up the second issue of Elfquest: The Final Quest, which hit the stands on Wednesday, March 26! It continues the tremendous tradition of excellence provided by Wendy Pini, who I have the honor of interviewing in this landmark 125th episode of the podcast! We discuss how Elfquest has progressed over the last several decades and continues now with Dark Horse, who is doing an excellent job of promoting this classic comic that you should be reading! Be sure to listen in!

Don’t miss my fun interview with Marvel artist Steve Pugh, who does a great job on All-New Invaders, next week!

Comics on Comics #12: Marc Guggenheim & ComedyFilmNerdsDotCom.com!

Comics on Comics is proud to be the latest member of The Comics Podcast Network!

For those of you who may be unfamiliar with us, Comics on Comics is a live show/video podcast recorded in Los Angeles, where we bring professional stand-up comedians and comic book creators together for a round-table discussion of the latest comic book news. Basically, it’s like Politically Incorrect for comics.

Worlds collide in our twelfth episode, as Comics on Comics teams up with the crew of ComedyFilmNerdsDotCom.com to wrap up our unforgettable first season!

Host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes screenwriter & superstar comic scribe Marc Guggenheim (Amazing Spider-Man, Young X-Men, Eli Stone), Jackie Kashian (Last Comic Standing, The Dork Forest), Chris Mancini (Myopic Visions) and Mike Schmidt (The 40 Year Old Boy) for another round of comics and comedy, filmed at Dream World Comics in Culver City, CA and sponsored by Pirate King!

This week, our panel examines the merits of the upcoming $3.99 increase for monthly comics, delves into Stan Lee’s TV adaptation of novelist Perry Moore’s Hero, Brett Ratner’s Conan film, the relocation of the X-men to San Francisco and wages the ultimate debate: Married Spider-Man vs. Single Spidey! Additionally, Guggenheim gives us a glimpse of his future projects, including the upcoming Green Lantern feature film …

Medium and high quality full screen downloads of this episode are available on iTunes.

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Comics on Comics Season 2 will be coming soon!

But in the meantime, you can catch all of our previous episodes for free on iTunes or at the links below:

Comics on Comics #11: Paul Dini & Misty Lee

Comics on Comics #10: Mark Sable Part 1 & Part 2

Comics on Comics #9: Richard Starkings

Comics on Comics #8: Mark Evanier & Gregg Hurwitz

Comics on Comics #7: Greg Weisman

Comics on Comics #6: Christos Gage

Comics on Comics #5: David Gerrold & Tone Rodriguez

Comics on Comics #4: Wendy Pini

Comics on Comics #3: Geoff Johns

Comics on Comics #2: Mike Wellman

Comics on Comics #1: Brian Lynch

Comics on Comics #1/2: Sacha Borisich

Comics on Comics #0: Joshua Dsyart.