This issue of Wayward brings us back in time, to when Dermot proposed to Sanae – they will become Rori’s parents. But Dermot seems to be hiding something.
In a flashback, Conrad/Redmond and Fausto rescue from prison Sally, another thief who, like them, is looking for the “Gold Rush” computer program. They decide to cooperate.
Lottie deals with the backlash of the Charlene incident at Normgirl’s engagement party. She also can’t shake the night she met Coolgirl out of her head.
The captain of the Hadrian’s Wall is trying to get Simon to close the case; meanwhile, the detective starts feeling the effects of withdrawal from his pills.
After being reborn, much younger, in a new world where her long-deceased father is alive, Bonnie is told that she is destined to save everyone.
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.
In Violent Love #1 we learn the tragic and interesting backstory of Daisy Jane, one half of an infamous lover criminal duo.
Following a confrontation with James Miller and extremist terrorist Thornton in Eden, James’ friends are left figuring out what they’re supposed to do now.
After we conclude the flashback on Rori’s parents, that started on the previous issue of Wayward, we go back to Tokyo where the battle still rages on.