Elfquest: the Wavedancers' cove

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The latest page 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.

The latest page 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 9:21 am Mon, Dec 24, 2012

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6 Responses to “Elfquest: the Wavedancers' cove”

  1. Tavie says:

    Why does she wanna give birth in open water, anyhow?

    • David Miz says:

      I have the opposite question: why WOULDN’T a WaveDancer want to give birth in the water?  They seem more connected to their environment than any of the other non-Wolfrider tribes.  Seems only natural for them to give birth in the water.  Which means my other question is why don’t they?

  2. yoc says:

    Clearly, she’s competing with Eyes High. 

    • Ha! Good one…

      Am I the only one picturing birth blood plus sharks? Or how about salt water plus… ya know… tearing? 

      OUCH, isallumsayin. 

      Thank the High Ones Leetah is close at hand!

  3. I guess we’ll find out in next weeks panels.

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