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The Lonesome Hunters: The Wolf Child #3 (of 4)

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Based on 2 critic ratings.

From Russ Manning award-winning and Eisner-nominated Harrow County co- creator Tyler Crook comes this supernatural fantasy about loss, power, and destiny. As Howard’s past comes back to haunt and hunt him down; he and Lupe try their best to help the wolf beast in the woods from the vicious militia hot on her tracks.

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25 pages
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  • 80

    The Lonesome Hunters: The Wolf Child #3 flies by. Outside of a quick flashback scene and a brief conversation amongst the church members/ assassins, the entire book centers around Howard and Lupe trying to help the injured wolf mother of the titular child. The scene initially ends in tragedy, but it’s immediately followed by a visual so insane you’d think it was straight out of a Norse myth. I wouldn’t dare spoil the surprise since putting it in words won’t do it justice.

  • 75


    And that speaks to a larger strength of this issue: complete immersion. For instance, there’s an opening bit that explores Howard’s origins before dropping us right into the story proper. But it’s not ever wasteful or indulgent; if anything, it only ever makes this world feel bigger and more complicated. And when that happens, as emotions and themes swirl, this book cuts through it all to reveal a deeply human story that does as much to guide us as merely to engage and comfort.

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