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The Hunger and the Dusk - Book Two #1 (of 6)

78
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 4 critic ratings.

After the falling out between Cal and Tara, love is lost and the fragile human-orc alliance has ripped at the seams. The Last Men Standing are sitting ducks without their healer… and their enemies have multiplied. As ruthless Vangol and rogue orc dynasties stoke the flames of war, Tara could be civilization’s last hope for peace—but she may become a distant memory when a fresh face joins the battlefield.

Hugo – and World Fantasy Award – winning writer G. Willow Wilson and red-hot artist Chris Wildgoose return for the second chapter of their high fantasy adventure in The Hunger and the Dusk – Book Two #1 of 6!

Publication Date
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
34 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0D59SS946

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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95

    Nerd Initiative

    Over the past year, this has hands down been one of my favorite comics. After a hiatus, I’m so glad they’re back and the story picked right up where it left us. Overall The Hunger and the Dusk is a love story during a time where love is not a priority. War seems to be everywhere while the lands are dying. Resources are limited, and The Vangol keep closing in. In the end can anything actually save both human and orckind: Love, diplomacy, armies, healers?

  • 92

    The Super Powered Fancast

    Wilson returns with a fantastic story of high adventure and fantasy that is gripping and engaging. The story adds some interesting complications for the characters as well as ramp up the drama both personal and external. I really enjoy the love story elements within and everything in the issue creates great moments for Cal as well as showcase the importance of the truce these desperate factions are trying to hold together. I also love how complicated things are going to get for everyone involved as the story evolves.

    Wildgoose delivers stellar art throughout the issue. The visuals are filled with gorgeous details and incredible environments that dazzle the eye.

  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    The Hunger and the Dusk: Book Two #1 has a difficult task by its name alone. This is the seventh issue of an ongoing fantasy series and it picks up immediately where the sixth left off. In name, however, it’s the first issue of something new, even with the “Book Two” of it all. G. Willow Wilson has to use this issue to not only continue an already great story, but also make use of this issue as a bit of a reset, launching into a second part of the saga that should feel at least a little different from the first.

  • 90

    AIPT

    After a brief hiatus, The Hunger and the Dusk: Book 2 #1 doesn’t skip a beat. With engaging visuals, thrilling action sequences, and emotional love story,The Hunger and the Dusk remains  an entertaining epic fantasy.

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