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Wayward Volume 3: Out From the Shadows Paperback – May 31, 2016
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A terrible thing happens with one character's family and after an initial bad reaction, it's essentially forgotten. A bad guy applies a little pressure and gains power over immense forces, which is unrealistic. Imagine if I went to the UN and said I'd punch a guy if he didn't give me control of the whole world, and then he did, and then everyone in the world cooperated.
It seems the quality of the artwork is a bit inconsistent. The coloring remains stellar.
Our super-powered teens, dubbed the “new gods” of Japan are on a mission to wipe out the Yokai once and for all. The leader of the Yokai finds another teen with special powers named Segawa Touru and recruits him to his cause. Meanwhile Rori and her cohorts are joined by a Ronin katsune named Inaba. Inaba and Ayane make quite the Yokai destroying team.
Unfortunately our new gods don’t know that Rori is being controlled by a creepy spider creature…. Then to complicate matters Rori’s dad, Demot Lane, shows up to find his daughter.
This graphic novel is full of wonderful illustration and absolutely stunning and vivid color. The cast of characters is interesting but not all that well fleshed out. I also feel like the writing itself could flow a bit better; sometimes it seems a little choppy. The story is getting a lot more interesting and intense through so I am excited to see where it goes.
My favorite parts of these books are actually the additions at the end; they are so interesting. This book includes a short history of the Yokai in Japan, a history of ronin, and descriptions of the Kage Onna, Nopperabo, and Taka Onna yokai. I absolutely love all the Japanese mythology in here.
Overall a great continuation of this series. I really enjoy the beautiful coloring and the Japanese mythology throughout. Sometimes the dialogue is a little choppy and I think the characters could be a bit better fleshed out...hopefully that will come in time. I enjoyed the new characters that were added in this installment and am curious to see where the story goes.