Reviews for Elf Cops
Jave Harron chapter 7 . 10/31/2010
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 chapter 6 . 10/29/2010
Evil engineers, mad clockwork, and steampunk awesomeness are pretty fun to read. You've got an interesting series here for sure.
pinoy1 chapter 6 . 9/9/2010
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 chapter 5 . 8/21/2010
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 chapter 4 . 8/4/2010
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 chapter 1 . 8/4/2010
Definitely a cool twist on noir, perhaps I'll write a fantasy noir for the contest.

Keep 'em coming!
Jave Harron chapter 3 . 7/30/2010
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 chapter 2 . 7/20/2010
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 chapter 1 . 7/14/2010
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 chapter 1 . 7/12/2010
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.