EXCLUSIVE: Tan, Warren & More Cover Zub's "Wayward"

Mon, August 4th, 2014 at 2:28pm PDT

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Steve Sunu, Staff Writer/Reviews Editor
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Jim Zub and Steve Cummings' new Image Comics series "Wayward" is set to debut August 27, and in anticipation of the series' first issue, the publisher has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at alternate covers for "Wayward" #1 by Alina Urusov, Jeff "Chamba" Cruz and Adam Warren and John Rauch; and the FanExpo variant cover by Kalman Andrasofszky. Plus, a look down the road at the covers for "Wayward" #4 by Philip Tan and "Wayward" #5 by Marguerite Sauvage.

"'Wayward' is a project I've been working with Steve on for a little while now. We wanted to do a story -- an action/supernatural story -- set in Tokyo," Zub told CBR in May. "We're both big fans of Japan and Japanese mythology and we wanted to deliver that with a "Buffy"-style “teenagers fighting monsters” vibe, and put it all together in a really cool and appealing package. If I were to sum the series up, 'Wayward' is a bombastic supernatural story about myths and magic, and finding friends who will stand by you, against all odds."

Check out the full run of covers below.

(L to R) TOP: "Wayward" #1 FanExpo variant by Kalman Andrasofszky, covers by Alina Urusov, Jeff "Chamba" Cruz; BOTTOM: "Wayward" #1 cover by Adam Warren & John Rauch, "Wayward" #4 cover by Philip Tan, "Wayward" #5 cover by Marguerite Sauvage.

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TAGS:  image comics, wayward, jim zubkavich, steve cummings, alina urusov, jeff cruz, adam warren, john rauch, kalman andrasofszky, philip tan, marguerite sauvage

 
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