“Wolf Girl Eats”
10 pgs. Appeared first time [COLOR] in Flinch #1 (1999).
Story: Bruce Jones. Color: Grant Goleash. Art: Richad Corben. Lettering: Clem Robins.
Brazil [BR]: as “Mulher-lobo come” in Vertigo #6 (2002).
Finland [FIN]: as “Susityttö syö”, [B&W] in Kauhu #1 (2000).
Italy [ITA]: as “Wolf Girl Eats [ITA]”, in Il corvo presenta #44 (1999).
Spain [SPA]: as “Chica-Lobo comida”, [COLOR] in Flinch [SPA] #1, and as “Wolf Girl Eats [SPA]”, [COLOR] in Flinch [SPA] #1 [ECC] (2013), and as “Comidas de la chica lobo”, [COLOR] in Grande autores de Vertigo: Richard Corben (2015).
Style: Color with black line. Genre: Horror. Time Span: No particular moment of time. Nudity: Full frontal.
Keywords: Reverent. Successor. Middle of nowhere. Mute girl. Circus. Beasts.
Synopsis: Reverent finds himself with his own group to the real backward village. He starts to preach and success is evident (with the help of religious, but violent movies). But villagers have their own circus, the mute girl who was raised by wolf. Is the temptation only what man can give to God, the one who has everything? Priests lust over naked, wildered girl against male successor’s love on his God-like reverent.
Comment: Bruce Jones’ horrible story is brilliant. It’s filosofic and keeps attention till the shocking end. This kind of stories are ideal for Corben; he does his work as suberb as can do. Provocative poses of mute girl reminds the ones in “John Constantine, Hellblazer: Hard Time”.
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Created: July 15, 2002. Last updated: July 2, 2019 at 16:35 pm