Wayward has spent its time recently in Ireland with some good stuff to cover there and it touches upon that here again to good effect. But it spends the bulk of its time in the present in Japan and shows us more of what's going down in the fight with Nura and his larger goals upon working alongside others to achieve victory. It's a kind of chaotic issue in a lot of ways with what Inaba ends up doing, but it's bookended by some really good material. Zub keeps the dialogue moving (please, a few more name mentions though for casual readers!) and Cummings continues to just make this book look fantastic, especially with what Bonvillain brings to the page with the color design to give it some real pop and vibrancy. Good stuff overall that I'm hoping to one day just read through in one massive sitting to see if it all connects stronger. Read Full Review
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