Oct 13, 11
Read in October, 2011
Now this is more like it Mr Willingham. In this volume there is a lot of progress made, action taking place, questions answered, and other such non mundy magic. Other than the part in the middle of this volume which switches artist and art style completely and tells what's going on with all the wolf cubs, turning the story into a kiddy book once again, this volume is good. What I am wondering is where along the line Willingham and the others decided to make this book family friendly. If I remember correctly the first volume or two was a bit graphic with its sex and violence. Not that the world needs any more sex and violence in it, but the whole series did take an obvious directional change. Regardless, I have two more volumes of this series and I'm done and will be sort of relieved.