Wayward, Vol. 5: Tethered Souls Read Online Free - IMAGE'S SUPERNATURAL SENSATION CONTINUES!
Japan and Ireland are torn apart by conflict. The new power that defines the modern world rages out of control.
JIM ZUB (Avengers, SKULLKICKERS) and STEVEN CUMMINGS (Dead Shot, Legends of the Dark Knight) continue their supernatural spectacle that combines the camaraderie and emotion of shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer with foreign cultures and fascinating mythological monsters.
This volume includes design artwork by artist Steven Cummings and profiles on mythical creatures by monster scholars Zack Davisson and Ann O'Regan not found in the single issues.
Collects WAYWARD #21-25.
|Title||:||Wayward, Vol. 5: Tethered Souls|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
March 04, 2018
Wow! Best volume so far!
What’s it about?
Holy s***, that would take a long time to explain... I’m gonna skip that bit!
Why it gets 5 stars:
The story is still really interesting and lots is happening!
The art is still amazing! So many beautiful panels in this volume!
The characters are still very inte...
January 15, 2018
I don't even know ...it's like the Irish/Japanese version of American Gods only there's been no real thought put into it at all. Also it's been a few months since I've read the last volume and I've forgotten what literally almost all of these characters do, and I feel like the storyline is trying...
January 31, 2018
This volume (up to issue 24, I believe) presents the answers to some of the questions that have been building as well as offering a hopeful hint to the future.
March 05, 2018
NEVER BUY A WHOLE SERIES JUST BECAUSE YOU THOUGHT THE FIRST BOOK SHOW POTENTIAL, or THE PROBLEM OF ONLINE SHOPPING ON A WHIM.
The art is still nice
February 05, 2018
Still loving it
March 07, 2018
A fine inclusion in the Wayward series. The characters, previously scattered, slowly reunite. They fight some crazy villains, including a giant doll and the entire Irish magical community. Although, I really wanted to learn more about Ireland's old powers before the battle. Maybe have a pow-wow,...
February 13, 2018
I think Wayward’s target audience is female, probably say, in their 20’s. I’ll be honest though, I really like it. I’m a sucker for old folklore and religion. This book is filled with supernatural creature from all cultures colliding with each other and it makes for a lot of fun entertainment. Al...