Written by Doug Wagner
Art by Daniel Hillyard
Colors by Rico Renzi
Letters by Ed Dukeshire
The Rundown: Devin makes a decision and the sheriff goes hunting.
After surrendering to the sheriff, Devin is locked in with the the corpses of the dead officers killed during his escape. After being betrayed by the sheriff again, he fights to escape so he can warn Edie and the others. At the same time, the sheriff and his hunting buddies make their way to the house and proceed to hunt Devin’s new friends.
When one of the deputies reaches a distraught Edie, she doesn’t put up a fight. When an explosion rocks the house, the sheriff discovers that these furries are more resourceful than they expected and that Devin might be tougher than they thought.
The Story: Wagner ramps up the tension and intensifies the action in this issue. The story jumps right into the thrills and I love the evolution of Devin as a character. There are some great moments throughout the story and some awesome surprises that make me excited to see what happens next.
The Art: Hillyard delivers some beautiful art throughout the issue. Not only are the visuals filled with great gore and character, but there are some great shots that surprised and thrilled me.