There are several different ways that you can get in touch with Warp Graphics, both online and in ways less "virtual."
Online -- Email addresses
Richard Pini, original co-creator of Elfquest and Editor-in-Chief at Warp Graphics, is available at rpini @ elfquest.com. Comments, letters, suggestions and questions are welcome. Though we read every letter that arrives, we cannot promise individual replies. (On the Elfquest.com home page there's an easy form for you to subscribe to our free Yahoo email newsletter. News and announcements get posted there as soon as we have them.
Please note that Wendy Pini, by choice, uses her computer only for script writing and artwork production. However, all email sent for her will be forwarded; use the rpini @ elfquest.com address.
Any email about Elfquest comics or books or stories can be sent to elfquest @ elfquest.com
If you have problems or comments about the Elfquest.com online site itself, send your email to webmaster @ elfquest.com
Email regarding online orders that you've placed, or that doesn't fit into one of the above categories should go to elfquest @ elfquest.com
Finally, a note about file attachments to email: Please be considerate when sending images. Keep individual images to a reasonable size, and if you're sending a large number of them, spread them out over several emails or zip them into an archive. Better yet, upload them to an image hosting site (such as Photobucket) and email us the link.
Offline (in other words, snailmail)
Warp Graphics' postal mail address is: