Much like the previous chapters, The Wolf Among Us: Episode 4 - In Sheep's Clothing
is rife with unrest and discomfort. Nobody is ever happy to see Bigby, and they're usually right for that. But the embattled Fabletown Sheriff is charged with maintaining order in a community full of dishonest individuals who only care about themselves. One very memorable antique store encounter with the Jersey Devil might go down as one of the most brutal scenes of the year, and a quiet, deliberate trek through a meat locker had me on the edge of my seat. It's all great stuff.
There's some social commentary at work in In Sheep's Clothing, and it has to do with the idea of sacrificing our morality in service to our own selfish goals. Some hard questions get asked, the most memorable of which involves unglamoured Fables and their involuntary relocation to The Farm, a kind of internment camp for Fables. Much like the main mystery driving this series, I suspect these issues will come to a head in Episode 5 - Cry Wolf, and I'm excited to see where it all ends up.