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Towards the end of their runs, in the mid-1990s, most of these titles reverted to black and white in North America, though some were published in color in Europe.
In large part as a response to the shrinking direct market in the mid-1990s, continuing storylines were collapsed together into a single 64-page anthology series introduced by the one shot Metamorphosis.
The original series — generally referred to as "The Original Quest" or "OQ" — ran for 20 "magazine-size" issues (spanning about seven to eight years in terms of the main storyline), released tri-annually.
Color compilations (published by the Donning Company under its Starblaze imprint as Books 1–4) followed.
The full-length novel Elf Quest: Journey to Sorrows End, which included both text and several black-and-white illustrated plates, was published by Playboy in 1982, and Berkley in March 1984.
Elfquest was also one of the first comic book series that had a prearranged conclusion. The fact that a female artist/writer (Wendy Pini) was the creative principal of the series was also notable.
Most of the additional material (bridging pages and panels) was incorporated into subsequent print collections and the online edition.