Wayward #28 Reviews

Adventures In Poor Taste: 8/10 “The art continues to be gorgeous, almost blossoming off the page. The wreckage has an almost haunting beauty to it, and the character expressions are stepped up in the expressiveness department.”

Comic Attack: 8/10 “It’s been great seeing one art team on a title for this long delivering a consistently well drawn sequential story.”

Comic Book.com: 8/10 “Jim Zub’s writing paired with Steven Cummings and Tamra Bonvillain’s art and color put on paper quite possibly one of the most interesting openings to a demonic battle that you’ll see.”

Geeked Out Nation: 9.1/10 “…this was everything you imagined when thinking about a big climatic fight breaking loose. The colors used for this issue were both explosive and fantastical.”

Horror Talk: 10/10 “Wayward was pitched as ‘Buffy set in Japan’ and it’s grown so far beyond that. This is an immersive experience steeped in terrifying folklore.”

TMStash: 10/10 “The most beautifully written and illustrated book in comics today turns up the action to 11 in this issue. I’m blown away by the battle scenes here…and the tension is palpable. “

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