This issue of Wayward opens with a flashback on Dermot purposefully destroying his family – but why? He’s serving a “greater good”, he says, but what?
This issue of Wayward, after a flashback on Rori’s infancy, brings us back to Japan, in the aftermath of the battle between our heroes and the military.
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.
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.
Wayward is back – and this time we find ourselves in Ireland with Rori, her father Dermot and her friend Ayane (the cat-girl).
Young Allison is sucked in a world of angels and demons, where something is inserted in her forehead. She doesn’t know what’s happening, but there is someone (or something) who does…
Another story arc for Wayward concludes here. The devious Nurarihyon has an idea: turning modern society against our heroes.
After a discussion between two of the main “baddies” of Wayward, a battle rages…
In this issue of Wayward, the defeated Yurei regather in order to start building up their counterattack.
This series very much caters to scholars, enthusiasts and those well-versed in classic mythology while slightly alienating anyone who isn’t. While the dialogue attempts to explore the nuances of this gender-swapping interpretation of classic texts, the visuals certainly continue to be what drives the reader to continue and convey that which the dialogue often can’t. A challenging read, here’s hoping Ody-C #7 reunites us with our eponymous hero and is a little easier to digest.