RICH REVIEWS: Wild’s End # 1

Title: Wild’s End # 1
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Created by: Dan Abnett & I.N.J. Culbard
Written by: Dan Abnett
Illustrated & Lettered by: I.N.J. Culbard
Additional Material by: Nik Abnett
Main Cover by: I.N.J. Culbard
Variant Covers by: Francesco Francavilla, I.N.J. Culbard, Ariel Olivetti, Inhyuk Lee, Junggeun Yoon
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: Anamorphic animals are used here. The art and story both start out serious looking and reading as we see Flo heading out to fish. In this fishing town, there are lots of variety of anamorphic beings and they are all just going about their daily lives. It is a quaint town with nice friendly people in it.
Well, not all the people are friendly as Eddy a known troublemaker is given a chance on the fishing boat. Roddy a crew mate is not impressed. The Skipper his Grandad says he is coming. Flo and the Twins are hard workers. Eddie tries he is just not good at anything. The Skipper has altimeters which is disconcerting.
Shooting stars have been falling and things do seem off. When they get back to the dock they are still off.
The characters are all drawn in a beautiful style that lets you know they are just ordinary people going about their lives. They work and fraternize. We see workmates who are also friends. In this small town now something has changed and these ordinary people now find themselves in a situation that is a total mystery and they have no idea what to do next.
The characters you do learn about each one so you will start to care about them its just that they all seem so laid back. They do seem like family though.

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