The GeeksverseE.L.F. #3

E.L.F. #3
Published on Sunday, July 3, 2011 by


Written by: Jason Avery
Art by: Andre Caliman
Colors: Daniel Harris
Letters: Charles Pritchett
Cover Art: Andre Caliman
Editor: Brian Downes
Published by: Across The Pond Studios
Created by: Howard Avril, Jason Avery & Rod Wynn

The third issue starts off a bit choppy but quickly picks up steam. We travel to London and the world of E.L.F. is broadened. We learn more about the connection between Far-Ay and Earth and some more about what exactly the “elf liberation front” is. Prior to this issue we didn’t have an idea of why the title was E.L.F. but now it’s starting to make sense. The elf has brought Cooper back to Earth and it’s his future, and a future where an alien race has taken over the Earth.

Avery expands the fantasy aspects adding a bit of Egyptian to the rest, creating a larger tapestry.

The script is nice and light, the dialogue coming naturally. The banter between Cooper and the elf is nice. There’s a couple of funny moments, not laugh out loud funny, but chuckling. The elf’s reaction to Graeme opening the gate is classic. With a few quick pages, the cast is expanded and it works, it’s not forced.

The art by Caliman is getting better. The characters are a bit round in the face, but the storytelling aspects are getting better with each issue. It’s decent art to begin and each issue shows improvement.

E.L.F. #3 receives
4 out of 5

A good premise with an expanding story.

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