In this issue of Wayward, the defeated Yurei regather in order to start building up their counterattack.
Pathfinder Origins concludes its uneven run with a disappointing final issue.
In this issue of Wayward we see a monk practicing self-mummification; then we join our heroes in a huge battle against a temple defended by winged demons.
Teen psychopath Evil Ernie is dead, resigned to Hell where he belongs. But when reality is threatened by a force that even the Devil can’t handle, Lucifer calls on the only weapon that can prevent total megadeath: Evil Ernie himself! Will the antihero-to-end-all-antiheroes take his place as the world’s most unlikely savior… and how will he handle the revelation that his former lover, Mistress Hel, has replaced him with not one, but multiple new paramours? It’s all-out mayhem in the classic Chaos Comics manner!
This issue of Wayward opens with a flashback in which a village gets attacked by demons looking for a specific girl. In the present, the dirt spiders join our heroes.
Pathfinder Origins #5 has a great main character and an enchanting central idea, but ultimately fails to deliver on its promise.
Path of Exile: Origins is an enjoyable attempt at a tie-in comic which is ultimately undermined by plot contrivances and its alienation of non-players.
Rori Lane, the main character in the first arc of Wayward, is back; she meets an elderly lady who can communicate with cats and calls herself Ayane…
“Shine your astro spurs and don your Robot Fists! Justice rides a rocket steed across the crimson plains of the fourth planet…” As soon as I read that introduction page I was hooked on Sparks Nevada!
Pathfinder Origins #4 fails to escape the limitations of tie-in comics, and despite some intriguing set-ups is ultimately disappointing.