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Review: Wayward Issue 1

Written by Jim Zub

Line art by Steve Cummings

Colors by John Rauch and Jim Zub

Letters by Marshall Dillon

Back matter by Zack Davisson… 385 more words

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Preview: Wayward #2

Wayward #2

Story By: Jim Zub
Art By: Steve Cummings
Art By: John Rauch
Cover By: Steve Cummings
Cover By: Ross A. Campbell
Variant Cover By: Riley Rossmo… 68 more words


Wayward #1

Wayward is the story of Rori Lane, a half Irish, half Japanese teenager traveling to Japan for the first time, to live with her mother. While out exploring on the city on her own she gets attacked by some gangsters that turn out to be something far more dangerous. 319 more words


Wayward #1 - Review

By: Jim Zub (Writer), Steve Cummings (Artist), John Rauch and Jim Zub (Color Artists), Marshall Dillon (Letterer), Zack Davisson (Back Matter)

The Story: Rori Lane gets Spirited Away… 945 more words

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Wayward #1 (Image Comics, 2014)

Wayward #1 (Image Comics, 2014)

Writers: Jim Zub

Art: Steve Cummings (line art), John Rauch and Jim Zub (colours), Marshal Dillon, Zack Davisson (back matter) 347 more words


Wayward #1 (Image)

Rating: 4/5 – Monster Slaying Fun in the Heart of Japan.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Adam Alamo.

When I heard Wayward promoted as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer for a new generation” I knew I’d give it a shot. 612 more words


Comic Review: Wayward

Wayward is the newest book from Image Comics. The creator-owned series by Jim Zub and Steve Cummings has been marketed as ‘Buffy meets Japanese mythology’. That sounds pretty great to me, but I hadn’t heard anything about this book until I walked into my local comic shop. 486 more words