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Wolf's Head Issue 6 now available in print!


While it has been slightly delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, I'm very pleased to announced that the latest print issue of WOLF'S HEAD is now available world-wide.

Lauren has left Detroit and relocated north...to Alaska! And in Alaska she meets new friends, faces new challenges, all the while keeping the young artificial intelligence she's befriended safe and sound. Lauren's situation is made all the harder when she discovers that Billy, a homeless man who lives in a 'tent city' outside Flat, has disappeared. Wanting to help but desperate to keep the artificial intelligence secret, Lauren attempts to find him by herself. Correctly guessing that he went inside Alaska's mysterious and abandoned Safeguard Missile Complex, Lauren begins searching deep inside the Complex for Billy, but stumbles across an abandoned goldmine... and is confronted by a nightmarish creature that can't possibly exist. With that in mind, here's a teaser from this issue! And Safeguard itself makes an appearance on the cover of the latest issue (see below).

Wolf's Head Issue 6 by Von Allan

The metadata for this issue is slowly but surely propagating; in other words, various stores and channels are receiving the metadata, but it's always hard to know when copies will become available in any particular venue. Here are some retailer links that I know of:

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