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Wolfsmund, Vol. 6

May 7, 2015 2 comments

Time for another midweek manga review! This week I’ll be taking a look at Mitsuhisa Kuji’s Wolfsmund, Vol. 6 from Vertical Comics, but first some news…

And now, onto the featured review of Wolfsmund, Vol. 6!

Wolfsmund, Vol. 6Wolfsmund, Vol. 6
by Mitsuhisa Kuji
Vertical Comics, 176 pp
Rating: 16 +

Set in the 1300s, Mitsuhisa Kuji’s Wolfsmund is the retelling of the William Tell legend and the Swiss people’s battle for independence from Hapsburg rule. Specifically it focuses in on the castle guarding a mountain pass known as the Wolfsmund, ruled by the cruel and sadistic Wolfram. For six volumes he’s stood in the way of all those who would pass through his gates and has taken life after life, until now. Walter, the son of the Swiss folk hero William Tell, faces off against Wolfram in the dungeons beneath Wolfsmund as the united Swiss forces lay siege to the castle..
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