NEW STORY ARC This issue is the perfect place to jump on board and see what Image's supernatural sensation has to offer. Rori and Ayane have been transported to Ireland and the Emerald Isle teems with new magic, mystery, and danger.
In 2015, I had defined Wayward the best ongoing series published by Image Comics (at least amongst those I have read). In 2016, my extremely high expectations about it are not being disappointed. Don't miss it; this issue is a good place to pick it up (there is a pretty good summary of what happened in the past, too). Read Full Review
The start of a new Wayward arc always seems to leave me hopeful and upbeat but then things get complicated along the way and it becomes a bit of a chore. So, with this issue I'm feeling pretty good about everything that we get and it does work as a very solid launching point for new readers. Zub keeps it all moving quite well here and Steve Cummings almost feels like he's reinvigorated here with the visual design which pops even more thanks to what Bonvillain does with the color work. It's a very good read and one that makes out a whole lot better by taking a slower pace with it all rather than barreling into a lot of new additions and expansions. Read Full Review
Wayward #16 is a great time for anyone who hasn't seen what's so great about Wayward to now join in on the adventure. The past is never truly just the past and the future is rich with potential for so much of the supernatural world that is yet to be explored. Tokyo Japan had its own power which fueled its inhabitants, so you have to wonder if the same can be said for Ireland. Read Full Review
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