Monday, September 30, 2019

ELFLORD #1 (1986)




This is the episode where I talk about Elflord #1 by Gordon Derry and Barry Blair. Published by Aricel in 1986.

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2 comments:

  1. Hey. Funniest description I've heard about Aircel and Elflord. Your assumtion was right, the violence was intentionally funny. We figured it was the best way to be hard core but not offensive. You've got to check out Samurai, Dragonring (the first b&w series) and Warlock 5 (Denis Beauvais is a genius). Dale worked on both DragonRing but his first stuff was for Samurai. Aircel was out of Ottawa, Ontario. Good Hunting.

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    1. I feel horrible because no one has ever left a comment before and so I missed this completely! If you happen to get my reply, I apologize and thank you for the comment.

      I'll have to look for those other books. I do recall them being on the shelves at the time, and yeah, Dale's awesome.

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