The Hunger and the Dusk #6

IDW Publishing

Written by G. Willow Wilson

Art by Chris Wildgoose

Colors by Msassyk

Letters by Simon Bowland

The Rundown: Tara attempts to return to her people and makes a dangerous discovery on the way.

After a failed attempt to ally with a band of humans, Tara decides to travel home on her own and return to her people. Along the journey, she thinks back on her life and her relationship with Troth including the tragedy of their betrothal and its unceremonious end.

As she continues her journey and encounters dangers both animal and human, she finds a small band of Vangol and discovers the dangerous secret they are keeping.

The Story: Wilson continues to craft a deeply compelling and engaging story and this issue does a fantastic job of fleshing out the character of Tara as well as showcasing the world she comes from and the complicated circumstances that brought her on her journey. I love that the issue sticks with her throughout the story and allows the reader to connect with her.

The Art: Wildgoose delivers some of the most beautiful fantasy art I’ve seen in a long time. The visuals have a wonderful sense of movement that almost makes the panels feel animated.

The Hunger and the Dusk #6



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