Drunk on moonshine, Lou Pirlo wakes up surrounded by the corpses of most of his NYC associates. Mrs. Holt orders him at gunpoint to leave through the woods.
While Klem and Ralph are looking for Ralph’s sister who is a terrorist, Klem’s son – the deputy mayor of Midway, the only city on the Fuse – is shot by a sniper.
After the werewolf attack, Lou Pirlo awakens from a moonshine-fueled nightmare to find himself in a hut, having been nursed by a beautiful, dangerous woman.
Mr. Lou Pirlo is sleeping in his car, drunk on moonshine. Meanwhile, a man is found dead by some children, his body ripped to pieces.
Ralph finally tells his story to Klem, explaining that he’s on the Fuse because he thinks his estranged sister is the leader of a local terrorist group.
Ralph Dietrich has been arrested due to his links with the Fuse Liberation Front. But Klem suspects that her colleague is hiding something different.
Spurrier and Burnett’s excellent horror/crime series come to an end in Weavers #6, which proves a gripping finale despite some minor issues.
A group of feds during the Prohibition Era are on the hunt for a man brewing illegal moonshine in a wood. But what they find is not what they are looking for.
Despite a couple of gripes, Weavers #5 continues in the excellent vein established by previous issues. This comic is a highlight of 2016.
Leo, the Deputy Mayor of Midway (the only city on the Fuse) and Klem’s son, has been arrested – but Klem insists that he must be innocent.