Elfquest: Nameless worries

Page 11 of The Final Quest: Prologue is published online-first for the first time here at Boing Boing. First time reader? You're a few issues behind.

Page 11 of The Final Quest: Prologue is published online-first for the first time here at Boing Boing. First time reader? You're a few issues behind.

Page 11 of The Final Quest: Prologue is published online-first for the first time here at Boing Boing. First time reader? You're a few issues behind.

Published 8:00 am Mon, Nov 19, 2012

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Conceived in the heat of creativity early 1977. Born in the throes of Ypsilantean adversity on February 28, 1978. Entering that long golden afternoon even now.

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7 Responses to “Elfquest: Nameless worries”

  1. Vickie Voersaa says:

    O_o

  2. Tavie says:

    Oh… she just doesn’t like babies. I know lots of adults like that.

  3. Wendy Fowler says:

    Ember’s feeling left out…she wants to know recognition…

    • cjporkchop says:

      Not necessarily. Perhaps she just doesn’t care for the diaper-wearing set. I certainly have more fun around kids that are old enough that I can see the little gears turning in their heads.

  4. Ember tags her posts #childfree…

    Love Pike telling Krim not to stick her foot in it! LOL!

  5. Nancy Eckert says:

    I think this is the first time I’ve seen Sust in color–I assumed his hair was the same blonde shade as Krim’s. He looks a lot like Greywolf here! Which makes sense, if you’ve read the spoilers in “Kahvi…”

  6. David Miz says:

    I think it’s a great little bit of character detail that Ember isn’t comfortable around tiny babies.  It makes perfect sense given her “tomboy-ish” personality.   I also love that she’s sporting some blue-green elfin eyeshadow to match her eyes, just like her mom and Nightfall do.

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