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Unnatural #5 Review - Leslie Blair, Murderer?

Updated: Aug 21


Mirka Andolfo (Writer-Artist)

• Gianluca Papi (Color Assistant) • Arancia Studio (Translation)

• Tanino Liberatore (Variant Cover) • Image (Publisher)

Unnatural #5 hits the ground running after the shocking ending to the previous story arc. Leslie's on the run for the murder of her friends. Our Wolf finally gets a name and origin. The setting is more fleshed out. There are more details given to the plot to capture Leslie. As well as more information regarding the prophecy that has lingered in the background since the beginning of the series.


The cliffhanger for this issue promises answers and more mysteries to solve. Unnatural continues to impress as the world keeps getting bigger and better. I'm not sure I've ever been more excited about an ongoing series and its direction.

The cliffhanger for this issue promises answers and more mysteries to solve. Unnatural continues to impress as the world keeps getting bigger and better. I'm not sure I've ever been more excited about an ongoing series and its direction.

At first glance, you'd guess that the series would be an excuse for adults to indulge in furry porn. The variant covers don't do much to change that impression. Once you get past the sexier aspects of the series you're in for a beautifully drawn and complex story.



Leslie Blair is a great, layered character who is a lot stronger than you'd expect by her appearance. This is becoming more apparent as she is being pressed further into a corner. It's not a shock at all that "Unnatural" continues to be one of the highlights of my monthly pull-list.

Rating 10/10

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