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NEW YORK TIMES -- This series is impossible to classify; genre elements mingle in mythical and

gleefully subversive ways. The story's protagonist, Maika Halfwolf, is descended from an ancient

immortal called the Queen of Wolves - quite literally an anthropomorphic wolf. Maika has only one

arm, though sometimes she wears a magical clockwork prosthetic; hidden in the stump is a

squiggly, many-eyed monstrosity that periodically pops out and eats people. Her companions

include a talking cat and a child with a fox tail. Yet the obvious parallels with our own world give

this wildly imaginative fantasy epic its greatest impact. The central conflict is between

“arcanic― people like Maika and humans who have developed a means of extracting magical

power from arcanic bodies - brutally, and fatally. This of course evokes the politicized bodies of our

own society, more so because so many of the story's characters are visibly people of color. The

war's proponents deploy propaganda with all the loathsome rhetoric of the white supremacist altright;

the war's atrocities are Mengelean in scope and grotesquerie. That the true monsters here

include the hatemongers, and not just the tentacled horrors running about, is never in question.

Yet between Liu's lyricism and the utter breathtaking beauty of Takeda's art, it's tempting not to

care about the story at all. It's a pleasant bonus, then, that Volume Two provides answers to some

of the crucial questions driving this in medias res story, and some welcome character development

for both Maika and her resident monster. New mysteries appear as well, so readers can look

forward to the continuation of this macabre, masterly series. Read more

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