It’s official, Alabaster: Wolves is every bit as good as we hoped it would be. Caitlin R. Kiernan had no problem bringing her Albino teen huntress to the comic world, and we imagine it’s only going to get better. Kiernan’s writing style is fluid, real, and it drags you right into her strange world where nothing is as it seems upon first glance. In the second issue, Dancy may have escaped from her fist assailant, but something horrific and hairy awaits her. Werewolves have not been cool for a while, and Kiernan is doing one hell of a job to bring them back. “Alabaster: Wolves” is dark fantasy at it’s finest. Don’t miss this book, it’s the talk of the motherflippin’ town. Check the preview for issue #2 below from Dark Horse.
WRITTEN BY: Caitlin R. Kiernan
ART BY: Steve Lieber and Rachell Rosenberg
PUBLISHER: Dark Horse Comics
RELEASE: May 9
With her would-be assassin dead, Dancy retreats to lick her wounds—only to discover that her would-be refuge has been corrupted by the town’s twisted secret.
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