Wild’s End isn’t revolutionary, but that’s one of its strengths.
When a rural English community of the 1930s is the victim of an alien invasion, the residents’ lives are upended by the harsh realities of life-and-death violence. Led by the town’s outsider and retired war veteran, they will have to rally together to uncover the secret of their invaders and ultimately fight back.
Dan Abnett, possibly the most prolific writer in the UK at the moment, has teamed up again with I.N.J. Culbard, his partner on The New Deadwardians. Much like that series, Wild’s End #1 doesn’t break the mold, but it does prove to be a very enjoyable read.
The story itself will be very familiar to you have if read anything by an English author fro...Read More