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Wayward, Vol. 1: String Theory Paperback – March 25, 2015
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Wayward is an excellent snapshot of Japan in the 21st century, as famed translator Zack Davisson opines in his opening remarks, and Bleeding Cool calls it potentially the next Saga. Unfortunately, I can only see it from the perspective of someone who lived in Japan, and while I enjoyed the detail, structure, and story, not to mention the artwork, coloring, and lettering, I wonder what type of universal appeal it will have. Everyone who's interested in Japan who reads comics should give this a look, and I hope it gets some crossover exposure. ****1/2
The story is pretty mediocre and typical. Outcast, teenage moves. Teenager discovers she has powers. Monsters. Meets fellow superpowered teens. Monsters. Traumatic event. Monsters. No new trails blazed here and I walked away nit caring to read anymore of the story. The art is what earns the two stars here. Nothing special about the art but it doesn't mess anything up either.
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The story is above par and the dialogue is decent.
But the art...I dig on this art.