As Zechariah explains it all to his doomed acquaintance in the hospital, Gary heals from a brutal training technique in the woods, a dismembered secret agent gets his partner to start putting his missing pieces back together, and Gary's daughter seeks Zechariah's help to defeather father, whom she thinks killed her mother. This title balances nimbly on an edge between wild fantasy and grim fatality, and thanks to Howard it always looks as great as it sounds. Read Full Review
The problems that I discuss above can be easily remedied in the coming issues. Also, it is likely that Kirkman, in typical fashion, is using these dynamics to set up something spectacular. But with a crossover with Invincible next issue, the progression of this story will have to be put on hold for a while– and with it my overall interest in the Astounding Wolf-Man. After such a promising start (see my review for the TPB of this series herehttp://weeklycomicbookreview.com/2008/11/09/the-astounding-wolf-man-vol1-tpb-review/), it's surprising to see such a down-turn in the momentum of this potentially great series. Read Full Review
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