Review by: Rob Caprilozzi
Written by: Cullen Bunn
Art by: Jeremy Haun
Cover by: Ryan Kelly
Published by: Vertigo Comics
Score: 9 out of 10
Synopsis: How do you hunt a werewolf if a different person becomes the monster with every cycle of the moon? The Wolf continues to elude Dillon, and now the trail is going cold. Hoping to uncover some clues, Dillon turns to a reclusive expert on werewolf legends, and what he learns crushes any hope of ever destroying the creature.
Our thoughts: Wolf Moon #2 arrived with its teeth out! Dillon Chase continues his search for the werewolf that has been wreaking havoc with many lives. Cullen Bunn expands upon the first issue by thickening the plot, keeping the reader sucked into the series. If that isn’t enough, the second issue ends with a twist that is sure to bring you back for issue three.
Jeremy Haun follows up on the debut issue of the series with extraordinary artwork. Much to the artist’s credit, the werewolf practically jumps off the page at you with fierce detail. Haun does an excellent job of keeping up with Bunn’s storytelling. This combination is part of what makes Wolf Moon such a standout comic.
Only, two issues into the series and Wolf Moon is on the track to becoming one of the better horror comic mini-series in recent past. This horror comic fan is definitely looking forward to issue three.