- The fight between the kids and the Yokai escalates into full-on war.
- This leads to some flexible morality that, were I to hazard a guess, will probably cause some internal strife in the future.
- And the kids’ eight-legged allies might not be entirely trustworthy.
- In fact, it’s pretty clear that everyone either has an agenda for the next generation or wants to make sure it never comes to power. HOLY SOCIAL COMMENTARY, BATMAN!
- Zub’s story remains a lot of fun; and Cummings, Bonvillain, and compay’s art is just as lush and gorgeous as ever.
I love this weird, anime/JRPG-esque book. If you haven’t checked it out and like those things, you’re missing out.
- Wayward, Vol. 3: Out from the Shadows (#11-15)
Writer: Jim Zub | Artist: Steven Cummings | Colorist: Tamra Bonvillain | Color Assists: Brittney Peer | Flatter: Ludwig Olimba | Letterer: Marshall Dillon | Back Matter: Zack Davisson