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Wayward, Volume 2: Ties That Bind
     

Wayward, Volume 2: Ties That Bind

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by Jim Zub
 

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  • After the traumatizing finale of volume one, everything has changed for our supernatural teens. Who is Ohara and how does she fit into the great pattern of destiny and power that will change Japan forever?
  • Jim Zub (Conan/Red Sonja, Samurai Jack) and Steve Cummings
    (Deadshot, Legends of the Dark Knight) continue their

Overview

  • After the traumatizing finale of volume one, everything has changed for our supernatural teens. Who is Ohara and how does she fit into the great pattern of destiny and power that will change Japan forever?
  • Jim Zub (Conan/Red Sonja, Samurai Jack) and Steve Cummings
    (Deadshot, Legends of the Dark Knight) continue their supernatural spectacle that combines the camaraderie and emotion of shows like Buffy with
    Japan's engaging culture and mythic monsters.
  • This volume includes design artwork by artist Steve Cummings and profiles on mythical creatures by noted monster researcher Zack Davisson.
  • Collects Wayward #6-10.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781632154033
Publisher:
Image Comics
Publication date:
09/08/2015
Pages:
136
Sales rank:
102,520
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
13 - 16 Years

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Wayward, Volume 2: Ties That Bind 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulAllard More than 1 year ago
Rereading Volume 1 first, I then took on Volume 2. This ties up a few storylines and adds some. Rori returns and the group are eventually reunited in their fight against the old Japanese ghost legends and folk villains. Steve Cummings reveals at the end of the combined Volume 1 & 2 edition the background to these Japanese folk stories and also interesting information about Japanese society. This collection is well-conceived and delivered with co9lourful and precise illustrations. Highly enjoyable and engaging. I recommend it. Now on to Volume 3!