Wayward #15 Reviews


Wayward’s third story arc wrapped up with the release of issue 15. How did reviewers like our latest action-packed chapter? Read on and find out…

All-Comic: 8/10 “Jim Zub and the rest of the creative team have been able to build this story well and develop intricate, identifiable characters. Readers who haven’t tried or picked up this book are doing themselves a serious disservice.”

Big Glasgow: “This is the end of another fantastic story arc for Wayward, in which Jim Zub changes everything.” “Wayward is good. I mean, really good.”

Comixalaxy: 9/10 “Wayward #15 is a solid and satisfying conclusion to the third story arc of one of the best indie comics in publication.”

Elmenreich Books: 9/10 “All of this comes together in a stunning conclusion.”

Fandom Post: “There are a lot of tantalizing bits to this issue in terms of story, but it really wins out best with the pacing and the dynamic action and designs that Cummings brings to the page throughout.”

Flip Geeks: “The artistic team lead by Steven Cummings never rests its laurel in delivering excellent artistic approach in every panel it draws and colors.”

Geeked Out Nation: 9.3/10 “If you thought you knew what to expect from Wayward from the events that take place in Japan? Boy does this end get the wheels turning in your head wondering where we go from here.”

Omni Jer Bear: “Really well done and I can’t wait until the next arc.”

Outright Geekery: 10/10 “…this story arc has simply been great and issue #15 is the cherry on top! What a great issue, it ties up several loose ends neatly, but certainly opens up Wayward to a much wider world.”

Pulp Media: “Wayward remains an action filled, character motivated story about finding your place in a changing world. Zub, Cummings, and Bonvillain make great comics, really great comics.”

Reading With a Flight Ring: “I do love this series. It’s been so incredibly well written and brought to life by everyone involved.”

TM Stash: 10/10 “This has been and continues to be one of the most amazing series in comics today, beautifully written and equally beautifully illustrated by Steven Cummings with colors by Tamra Bonvaillain”

Under the Comic Covers: “What a great end to the arc. I can’t wait to see what happens next.”

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