|Reviews for Elf Cops|
| Jave Harron 10/31/10 . chapter 7
Definitely an entertaining yarn here. Fantasy analogs of blood diamonds, heists gone awry, and fun with corrupt officials. I hope we get a certain thief coming back in the future.
| Jave Harron 10/29/10 . chapter 6
Evil engineers, mad clockwork, and steampunk awesomeness are pretty fun to read. You've got an interesting series here for sure.
| pinoy1 9/9/10 . chapter 6
You know Mike,in order for me to be fair and judge this series,I finished it until chapter six. Pretty weird series,though I'm glad you are something more "mature" for a change. Still not as well-developed as your Slick McCool series,but that should be a given cause He has been around for a longer time. Over all,it avoids recycling old themes from your previous stories. Still this series needs a bit more backstory to have a solid mythical foundation. Reminds me too much of period 1930s dictective stories. Sort of like magical Dick Tracey. Well Honestly Mike,I do not know if that was your intent.
| Jave Harron 8/21/10 . chapter 5
I definitely enjoyed the goblins in this chapter, as well as the resolution. Still, I felt the fights were a bit too brief, or at least not defined as well as they may be.
| Jave Harron 8/4/10 . chapter 4
Okay, I enjoyed this chapter. The furduck was pretty cool, as was your main villain. The final battle was very visceral and intense. Still, I don't like the shift in this chapter from the two partners to yet another shitty kid and his guardian. I hope to see more of the partners in action in future chapters.
| Lord Monbodo 8/4/10 . chapter 1
Definitely a cool twist on noir, perhaps I'll write a fantasy noir for the contest.
Keep 'em coming!
| Jave Harron 7/30/10 . chapter 3
I enjoyed this chapter, especially the conspiracy elements introduced. The alliance between certain characters in this chapter was an element employed in a way I had not fully anticipated from you. Good job! Looking forward to more adventures from these two.
| Jave Harron 7/20/10 . chapter 2
Undead creatures are always fun to see in action. Crane was definitely awesome to see in action. Du Morne was also enjoyable. There was a potential even more awesome moment with a certain giant, awesome creature at the end, although it seemed rather anti-climatic.
| dreamshell 7/14/10 . chapter 1
I like the new angles you've been trying lately. This story in particular has some fun potential. I'm eager to know more about the background of this setting.
| Jave Harron 7/12/10 . chapter 1
I have to say I really enjoyed this story. The two main characters were fun. An elf gunslinger was an idea I haven't seen before, and I liked Kope's fun little magic weapon. The setting itself was pretty cool, a blend of noir, steampunk, magitek, and fantasy cliches. Looking forward to more technomagery and related escapades.