(Author: Ales Kot) + (Year: 2015) + (Goodreads)
Not the worst comic book I have read, but definitely going somewhere down there at the bottom.
Wolf is this annoying guy that we all know, who is always trying to tell a story, but is either too drunk or too high, so he can’t really remember what happened, so he just keeps blurting stuff out without any sense or correlation.
Let me explain it to you: “Oh man, there was this burning guy looking at L.A, and then there were these dead dudes, and the creepy little girl, and the dude was talking to the police, and there was the creepy lady, and also a mind-controlling guy in the bus, and this guy got kidnapped, and there was also that other guy who had… whaddaya call ’em… tentacles on his face, oh and there were also some vampires, and the dude is actually immortal, ya know the one who was burning, but he hadn’t always been immortal, because he was in the war in Afghanistan or somethin’, and there was a chick, but forget about the chick ’cause I never met ‘her. And the little girl was the Antichrist, and her grandma was a ghost, and her dad was that evil dude, but not her dad who raised her, her other dad, but there were also these other evil dudes, and the burnin’ guy stopped burnin’ and killed some people… Ah, shit man, I have no idea what happened.”
If what I just did annoyed you, don’t bother with Wolf.
The illustrations themselves were pretty, but I wasn’t a fan of the coloring methods they chose. Almost every page was in a limited palette of colors, specifically chosen for the page, for example only yellows and browns. Which, I think, took away from the story, because it all looks really toned down and the people are more similar than they should be.
Overall, I didn’t hate it, but I have no intention to go on with it. I would be interested to get some closure, but seeing how the first volume offered only questions and not a single answer, I don’t want to go through another volume that does the same.