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.
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.
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…
Ayane’s strange feline origin is revealed in the most unlikely of places. Cover A is part three of a five-part panorama by STEVEN CUMMINGS & TAMRA BONVILLAIN. Buy all five issues of this story arc to fit them together into a massive WAYWARD illustration. Cover B is a variant by acclaimed illustrator KEN NIIMURA (I KILL GIANTS).
In Wayward #7, Ohara Emi joins Ayane – who is still missing Rori – to fight demons. It’s hard for her to keep pretending nothing’s happened…
A new story arc begins in Wayward. Rori and her friends are presumed dead, so the focus shifts on Ohara Emi, a perfectly normal Japanese girl. Or so she seems…
“Wayward” concludes its first story-arc in a story where many things are revealed – especially the role of Rori’s mother.
Rori’s bunch of young “heroes” starts to become a real superhero team, and revelations start coming thick in this fourth issue of Wayward.
In this third issue of Wayward, Rori introduces her two new friends to each other. In the meanwhile, we find out what they are up against.
Rori Lane finds out more about her powers and about how life is (and will be for her) in Tokyo.