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The world’s most popular massively multiplayer online videogame continues its exodus into comics with this new graphic novel The best selling WORLD OF WARCRAFT comic series returns in time for a worldwide cataclysm A series of grisly animalistic murders have rocked the walled town of Gilneas A famous detective sets out to discover the perpetrators and finds far than he bargained for To find the truth he must delve through years of twisted history – both the history of his family and Gilneas itself

10 thoughts on “Curse of the Worgen

  1. says:

    I read this little five part comic series a while ago and while I know the story at its core now I still find it very entertaining Now I will not give it 5 stars since it still has some flaws but it definitely has its very strong points and what it does right it truly does rightThe story itself is not brand new but very well deliveredThat the main character is dealing with certain things so well is no trait of a Marty Stu but fits his background and age so do these of other people The story has a good pacing good action and doesn't shy away from showing the results of bad decisions and good intentions We learn about the Worgen about Gilneas and about some other previously known figuresThe color is very good and fitting and so is Ludo Lullabi's artist style although sometimes the worgen look a bit over the top with their poses and proportionsFor lore freaks like me it is interesting to see how the story so to say reflects the evolution of the folkloric werewolf into the fictional oneHowever I must say there were a few flaws and some things that a new reader who doesn't know World of Warcraft might not understand However none of them are affecting the main plot significantly but are rather connected to secondary plots and therefore can be easily accepted They are rather belonging to the categories of But couldn't they have done that then and Why did that happen but like I said these are minor details and not that important to the characters

  2. says:

    This is a good comic book however it is strictly for WOW lore lovers Otherwise I just simply cannot believe how one could understand what is happening in this story Truth be told I also had some problems remembering all of the characters their motivations and everything that was happening Perhaps that Is because I am also not very familiar with the story of the Worgen but I've always found them an interesting race to play with in the game and that is why I decided to give this a read hoping that I can learn about them I definitely did although there was so much happening in this graphic novel It is clear to me that Micky Neilson and James Waugh have a great understanding of their source material and I am pretty sure the biggest fans would not be disappointed Ludo Lullabi and Tony Washington also deserve big credit for their work on this comic book The art is fantastic perfectly fitting for these specific characters and setting The colours were also tremendous giving a lot of nuance to the different races and characters Overall even though It has some narrative problems and can be very confusing at times if you are not incredibly familiar with the lore of the game this is not a bad comic book and I would recommend it if you like the game and if you like good artists 35 stars

  3. says:

    To be honest I enjoyed this comic far than I expected going in The Worgen are probably one of my least favorite races on WoW So going into this I didn't expect muchI was pleasantly surprisedThe art style was great dark and grimy with a Sherlock Holmes esc feel to it The characters were great and I was never sad when the story would shift to a different group As I was honestly enjoying each storylineWe got a look not only into the history of Gilneas but into the druids as well dating back to the earlier days of Malfurion and Tyrande and their war with the Satyr We also get to see a little bit of what it is like to be a shape shifted druid and why they don't always stay in beast formsI also finally understand why a lot of people I know like Genn Greymane him and Ramsey were the two stars of the book for me Genn a leader that feels like he has wronged his own people through lies and deceit but still wanting to do what is right for them and Ramsey a man who trusts his wit and logic over his heart finally finding his humanity by losing it firstA must read for any WoW fan And now I need to go level a Worgen

  4. says:

    ComicWorm SpeaksWorld of WarcraftCurse of the Worgenby Neilson Waligh Lullabi WashingtonWarning This review may contain spoilersThe Story The world’s most popular massively multiplayer online videogame continues its exodus into comics with this new graphic novel The best selling WORLD OF WARCRAFT comic series returns in time for a worldwide cataclysm A series of grisly animalistic murders have rocked the walled town of Gilneas A famous detective sets out to discover the perpetrators and finds far than he bargained for To find the truth he must delve through years of twisted history – both the history of his family and Gilneas itselfThe Review World of Warcraft did not really enter ComicWorm’s consciousness until the announcement of World of Warcraft Cataclysm After watching the trailers and reading the lore ComicWorm became hooked Even though he lacks the time and funds to play it Almost at the same time he fell in love with the Worgen They are his favorite playable race So as one can imagine when he saw this graphic novel at his local comic shop Light yes he bought it right awayWas it a good buy?Lets find out Some would argue that what makes or breaks a comic book is the work of its artist or artists If its hard to look at its harder to read Thankfully this book is neither World of Warcraft is known from a graphical standpoint for its cartoony stylized nature and this book reflects that style in a way that is both distinctive and fitting The artwork is diverse and colorful despite the brooding nature of Gilneas and borrows a bit from anime but not in a way that distracts from making its own mark Every character is uniue and perhaps a testament to greater skill is how they make the Worgen characters each different All too often characters like Orcs tend to all be cut from the same cloth The story is excellent It could have been all too easy to make the whole thing into an action comic but we are treated to a story that is a wonderful combination of mystery mythology action family and things coming full circle That is a particular favorite of The Worm elements set into play in the past come to rest in the future It worked in the Harry Potter series and it works pretty well here There are three main POV characters in this book The investigator Halford Ramsey King Genn Greymane and the Night Elf Belysra Halford Ramsey is the initial main character the readers meet he is a detective no doubt inspired by a famous resident of Baker Street investigating a series of murders that may have a connection to the Worgen curse He is a very compelling character as he represents a newcomer to the franchise He is experiencing all of this for the first time and his personal transformation is very interesting The Logician is a character that is not encountered often in fantasy It is a refreshing look at the genre What is not refreshing is one of the things that it particularly irksome about this graphic novel is something that’s endemic to almost all of the Warcraft Lore in general Too much Night Elf To the uninformed the Night Elves are one of the original player races of World of Warcraft and they along with Orcs and Humans are practically the poster children of the entire franchise That is a problem in the Worm’s book We have seen plenty of Night Elves Yes their females might be hot but even that is becoming creatively stale There are one variety of hotnessWhy couldn’t the Worgen curse originate from the dwarves or the Tauren? Show a previously hidden chapter of their history? Expand on the brief passages of the lore? But no Once again the culprit is some ancient night elf who was desperately trying to find a way to stave off the corruption of the Night Elves there are familiar threads here This leads into another of the book’s flaws The reader meets a common tactic utilized by the modern comic book medium The flashback palooza Two main stories are told here the rise of the worgen during the invasion of Gilneas and the origin of the Worgen curse long ago during the war between Night Elves and Satyrs Jumping back and forth can get real confusing The sheer amount of lore be explained can make the panels feel crowded This is a comic book not a novel Exposition is important but the artists and writers need to make sure that there is rarely an occasion of too many words and not enough action This doesn’t break the book the story is actually uite interesting and there’s Worgen That should speak for itself If the writers over at Blizzard are not careful however they risk creative bankruptcy and will just be repeating the same stuff over and over again What is so appealing about World of Warcraft is the vast diverse lore It would be nice to see the novels and comics reflect that Thankfully this time it actually does just that The nation of Gilneas has history that goes back to the original Warcraft games where King Greymane sealed off his nation from the outside world rather than aid Stormwind against the orcs Little was seen of Gilneas since then but now we get a glimpse into this shadowy nation and its history Final Verdict The Curse of the Worgen was indeed a very good buy It tells a uniue story in spite of familiar threads in an unexplored region of AzerothIt’s about time the Alliance got some teethFour out Five Starstheculturewormblogspotcom

  5. says:

    Good ReadFor any person who plays World of Warcraft or who just enjoys a well written and well drawn comic this is a must Fans and players of the game will recognize the events following the starting zone story while getting a perspective from other characters and a wonderful look at what's going on in conjunction to the game play I have always thought Genn was a sympathetic character now even so It was nice as well to have the historical background told from different perspectives Again a rich read and a must for any WoW fan especially if you play a worgen

  6. says:

    Truthfully I'm not a huge Worgen fan mostly because the in game model doesn't look good in anything but I do like the story of Gilneas and I like that this expands on that story just a bit It makes so much sense to me now why the Night Elves help the Worgen so willingly My only complaint about this book is the artwork isn't amazing but if you like giant lipped and giant boobed females then you'll love it

  7. says:

    This comic book tells the origin story of the Worgen race within the World of Warcraft Predominantly set in Gilneas we follow the story of Halford Ramsey during the Invasion of GilneasThe comic itself is well done with beautifully dark illustration and a clear storyline

  8. says:

    It could be betterI like how dark is Gilneas origins but I think how they show different timelines confuse me a little I get this is not for casual readers but I have to go to WoW Wikipedia every 5 pages give me a break Besides that Mistery is well narrated

  9. says:

    A well written and drawn story of the origin of the Worgen curse

  10. says:

    The story is good but I cannot stand Lullabi's art style and the way he does scenes It's so visually hard to follow So like 4 stars for story 2 for art