The Hunger and the Dusk #4

IDW Publishing

Written by G. Willow Wilson

Art by Chris Wildgoose

Colors by Msassyk

Letters by Simon Bowland

The Rundown: While the humans track the Vangol threat, rival Orc factions question the treaty.

After fighting off a Vangol raid, the human forces send one of their own to track a prisoner they allowed to escape. A mission that will bring the human spy closer to a bigger threat that is looming over all of them, Vangol included.

At the same time, Troth and the other Orc overlords meet to discuss the Vangol threat but talk quickly turns to the treaty with the humans with many overlords wanting to use the Vangol threat as a means of seizing land. A proposal that will be met with resistance from Troth and his new bride.

The Story: A consistently complex and incredibly engaging story from Wilson. I continue to be immersed in this world and with these characters and every moment of the story elicits emotion from me as a reader. I love the complicated relationships between many of the characters and marvel at the world being created in this series. As the story grows and evolves, I find myself more engaged in every aspect of it.

The Art: Wildgoose offers some beautifully detailed and visually impressive art throughout the issue. I love not only the character and creature designs, but also the beautiful landscapes and backgrounds.

The Hunger and the Dusk #4



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