Steve Cummings Archives

Steve Cummings Shares A Page Of Pencils From Wayward #13
The issue has received quite a lot of praise, and artist Steve Cummings thanked fans on Twitter with a page of pencils… Thanks to everyone for their warm reactions to Wayward 13 Here is a page of pencils from the issue — ステスケ (@Stekichikun) January 22, 2016 It's equally as terrifying without color[...]
A Pivotal Issue: Wayward #13 Brings Us The Battle At Tokyo Tower
The battle at Tokyo Tower is raging in Wayward #13, from Image Comics, written by Jim Zub, with art by Steve Cummings All of the characters that we've seen developing the powers and growing are ready to attack whatever comes at them with all they've got To start, I want to talk about the panels[...]
Bloody And Brilliant Action In Wayward #12
From Image Comics, written by Jim Zub, with art by Steve Cummings, Wayward #12 brings us a ton of action, both bloody and heart-pounding. No more hiding The new gods of Japan are on the attack and Tokyo is caught in the middle. Besides getting to check in on the injured Rori, and the traumatized In this issue, we get a new[...]
The Legendary Comic Continues: A Review Of Wayward #11
(Volume 1: String Theory and Volume 2: Ties That Bind) This brilliant comic from Image Comics, written by Jim Zub, with art by Steve Cummings, quickly sky rocketed to the top of my favorite comics list So, what's the best part of binge reading trade paperbacks? Being caught up to read the single issues as[...]
Honest, Heartfelt, And Powerful…Binge Read Catch Up: Wayward Vol. 1
1, from Image Comics, written by Jim Zub, with art by Steve Cummings. [SPOILERS FOR WAYWARD VOL 1 BELOW!] If you've ever heard Jim Zub talk about the story he describes it as: "Buffy in Japan with monsters." You can't get much cooler than that Beyond that, I have to stress how much the story surprised me, because it's[...]
If Wayward Isn't The Next Saga, It Will Be A Damn Criminal Shame
By Christopher Helton I want to get the hyperbole out of the way at the beginning of this: If Wayward, the new Image comic from Jim Zub and Steve Cummings isn't the next Saga, it will be a damn criminal shame This is one of the most engaging comics that I have read in a while,[...]
Image Watch: Talking Wayward With Jim Zub And Steve Cummings
By David Dissanayake  The more I read about the new ongoing Wayward by Image Comics, the more intrigued I became. Co-created by Jim Zub and Steve Cummings, Wayward is a story about teenage heroine Rori, a half-Irish, half-Japanese girl from Ireland who has moved to Tokyo with her mother for the first time[...]