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Adapted for the first time from the novel by Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn is a tale for any age about the wonders of magic, the power of love, and the tragedy of loss. The unicorn, alone in her enchanted wood, discovers that she may be the last of her kind. Reluctant at first, she sets out on a journey to find her fellow unicorns, even if it means facing the terrifyin Adapted for the first time from the novel by Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn is a tale for any age about the wonders of magic, the power of love, and the tragedy of loss. The unicorn, alone in her enchanted wood, discovers that she may be the last of her kind. Reluctant at first, she sets out on a journey to find her fellow unicorns, even if it means facing the terrifying anger of the Red Bull and malignant evil of the king who wields his power. Adapted by Peter B. Gillis and illustrated by Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon.


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Adapted for the first time from the novel by Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn is a tale for any age about the wonders of magic, the power of love, and the tragedy of loss. The unicorn, alone in her enchanted wood, discovers that she may be the last of her kind. Reluctant at first, she sets out on a journey to find her fellow unicorns, even if it means facing the terrifyin Adapted for the first time from the novel by Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn is a tale for any age about the wonders of magic, the power of love, and the tragedy of loss. The unicorn, alone in her enchanted wood, discovers that she may be the last of her kind. Reluctant at first, she sets out on a journey to find her fellow unicorns, even if it means facing the terrifying anger of the Red Bull and malignant evil of the king who wields his power. Adapted by Peter B. Gillis and illustrated by Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon.

30 review for The Last Unicorn

  1. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    If you've been following me on social media for any amount of time, you probably know that the Last Unicorn is my favorite book. You also probably know that I'm a bit of a curmudgeon. So I went into reading this graphic novel with an unfair amount of skepticism. I wasn't just expecting to be irritated by a less-than-true adaptation of my favorite book. I was planning on it. I was pre-irritated. Much to my surprise, I liked it. The art and the paneling were both complex and lovely. It's very true If you've been following me on social media for any amount of time, you probably know that the Last Unicorn is my favorite book. You also probably know that I'm a bit of a curmudgeon. So I went into reading this graphic novel with an unfair amount of skepticism. I wasn't just expecting to be irritated by a less-than-true adaptation of my favorite book. I was planning on it. I was pre-irritated. Much to my surprise, I liked it. The art and the paneling were both complex and lovely. It's very true to the story. The depiction of the characters was just about perfect. The pacing and the story were intact. Was it perfect? No. But I think it's about as close as you could ever hope to get. In fact, I'd go so far as to say it's the best book-to-comic adaptation I've ever read. I'd be delighted if an adaptation of my book turned out this well.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    I'm in love! Ever since I was a child I was a fan of the story of the last unicorn and regularly watched the movie. A few years later, I read the book (though in the German translation). I've decided to do a re-read (of the English original this time) with my group this month and when looking for a nice paperback edition, I found this graphic novel. The story is that of the book / movie (it's a mix of both versions - yes they vary slightly): a unicorn lives in a lilac forest and finds out that the I'm in love! Ever since I was a child I was a fan of the story of the last unicorn and regularly watched the movie. A few years later, I read the book (though in the German translation). I've decided to do a re-read (of the English original this time) with my group this month and when looking for a nice paperback edition, I found this graphic novel. The story is that of the book / movie (it's a mix of both versions - yes they vary slightly): a unicorn lives in a lilac forest and finds out that there are no others like it anymore. It goes looking for them, thus encountering a number of people while wandering the country (usually they are of the bad type, full of greed, malice and intrigue). However, finally, it also meets a failed but kind wizard, a compassionate woman, an evil king and his idealistic son, as well as a true demon- and discovers what happened to the other unicorns. Although I'm sure most people know this classic fantasy story, I will not say any more, just in case. Instead, let me tell you how utterly gorgeous this graphic novel version is! Just to showcase: The colours are alive on the pages, every setting has its unique colour palette, the art itself is as fantastic as the story and very recognizable/distinct. As much as I love the story itself, I'm glad I found this version that is actually even prettier than the art of the movie.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kalin

    Breathtaking. No words to waste. Just gaze and gaze and gaze ... until the magic wells up inside you too, and springs forth .... P.S. Oh ... and more beautiful than the movie. I loved the movie (to the point of deciding to translate the book into Bulgarian, and later having a host of wonders happen to my life), but this soars to another level. Breathtaking. No words to waste. Just gaze and gaze and gaze ... until the magic wells up inside you too, and springs forth .... P.S. Oh ... and more beautiful than the movie. I loved the movie (to the point of deciding to translate the book into Bulgarian, and later having a host of wonders happen to my life), but this soars to another level.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    The Last Unicorn (The Last Unicorn #1-6) by Peter B. Gillis (Adaptor), Peter S. Beagle, Renae De Liz (illustrator), Ray Dillon (illustrator) is a wonderful graphic adaptation of the novel. Gorgeous illustrations, easy to read fonts, followed story well, touching story, thought provoking, and I just loved it! A nice change from a normal novel. I got this book from the library.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    "The Last Unicorn" was one of my favorite movies from my childhood, and a few years ago I got around to reading The Last Unicorn. When I saw that a graphic novel version had been published, I of course had to read it. The story does not differ from the book or movie, but the illustrations alone are worth it. The style is similar to that of the movie, but care was taken to make each image beautifully rendered, and the way several scenes could be placed on a page while not chopping it up into littl "The Last Unicorn" was one of my favorite movies from my childhood, and a few years ago I got around to reading The Last Unicorn. When I saw that a graphic novel version had been published, I of course had to read it. The story does not differ from the book or movie, but the illustrations alone are worth it. The style is similar to that of the movie, but care was taken to make each image beautifully rendered, and the way several scenes could be placed on a page while not chopping it up into little comic book blocks was artful. The entire book was so ethereal. Fans of the book/movie will enjoy rereading the story with the gorgeous art, and newcomers will have a wonderful introduction to a wonderful story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Algernon (Darth Anyan)

    Did I really need to check the graphic novel after reading the book and watching the movie? YES! I'm really glad I did, because this adaptation has gorgeous graphics and follows the storyline very well. The author was directly involved in the transcription, and one of the bonuses of the graphic novel is an extensive interview with Peter S Beagle about his start in the literary world and the genesis of the story, the difficult re-writes and the unexpected jump in popularity, the enduring succes of Did I really need to check the graphic novel after reading the book and watching the movie? YES! I'm really glad I did, because this adaptation has gorgeous graphics and follows the storyline very well. The author was directly involved in the transcription, and one of the bonuses of the graphic novel is an extensive interview with Peter S Beagle about his start in the literary world and the genesis of the story, the difficult re-writes and the unexpected jump in popularity, the enduring succes of succesive reprints and the numerous adaptations. I will not repeat the plot or analyze the characters, most readers are probably familiar with the story - it works well for both youngsters and old-timers like me. If you are not, I would suggest getting acquainted with it soon.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Skip

    I decided to read this graphic novel version of Peter Beagle's book after the strong endorsement from Patrick (is he ever going to finish The Doors of Stone?) Rothfuss, who says its the best novel to graphic novel adaptation he has read. True to the story, even to the extent of using the author's own words, The Last Unicorn goes off to find others of her species, with the help of friends and the setbacks of evil foes, eventually discovering what happened to her brethren. Illustrators Renae De Li I decided to read this graphic novel version of Peter Beagle's book after the strong endorsement from Patrick (is he ever going to finish The Doors of Stone?) Rothfuss, who says its the best novel to graphic novel adaptation he has read. True to the story, even to the extent of using the author's own words, The Last Unicorn goes off to find others of her species, with the help of friends and the setbacks of evil foes, eventually discovering what happened to her brethren. Illustrators Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon, with adaptation help from Peter Gillis did an amazing job. Beautiful illustrations, great use of color, and easy to read text. In the end though, I did not like the story very much: perhaps some of the richness of the story was lost in this format so I may read the original.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ruby

    I wanted to read this graphic novel because I really liked the movie when I was a child.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sissy Lu {Book Savvy Reviews}

    Classic tale! This is probably one of my favorite childhood stories that isn’t quite a happily ever after in the typical Disney way. I would have to say it’s a close tie between The Princess Bride and The Last Unicorn as to what my favorite childhood film was. The Last Unicorn is has a bittersweet ending that is for sure and it’s composed of various characters. Quirky ones, comedic relief, pure evil, neutral, supporting roles and heroes. What more do you need? Oh, I know… UNICORNS. Amalthea is suc Classic tale! This is probably one of my favorite childhood stories that isn’t quite a happily ever after in the typical Disney way. I would have to say it’s a close tie between The Princess Bride and The Last Unicorn as to what my favorite childhood film was. The Last Unicorn is has a bittersweet ending that is for sure and it’s composed of various characters. Quirky ones, comedic relief, pure evil, neutral, supporting roles and heroes. What more do you need? Oh, I know… UNICORNS. Amalthea is such a strong character to me, she’s gentle, pure and kind, but when her kind is in danger she takes matters into her own hooves and sets off to find them if they are even still alive. Along the way, she gets into hairy situations and meets friends as well as enemies. Schmendrick is amongst the quirky individuals and he is one of the supporting roles, he’s a clumsy wizard who has magic that scarcely works or at least in the way he wants it to. When the wicked Mama Fortuna captures the unicorn and places her in a cage, it is Schmendrick who saves the day! I really really could talk about all of the characters involved in this story, there is so much growth, development, and feelings that are part of this beautiful classic tale. I love love love this story, it just never gets old and now as an adult I can really appreciate it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Conflicted feelings here. Peter B. Gillis' graphic novel adaptation of Peter S. Beagle's classic fantasy novel turns out to be, in my opinion, a very abstracted and broken narrative that is hard to follow, especially if you know nothing of the novel. I have indeed read the novel, and very much liked it, so I feel a bit let down that I didn't enjoy this as well. Characterization was flimsy, and don't even get me started on the Red Bull. What is the Red Bull? Why is the Red Bull? I wasn't looking Conflicted feelings here. Peter B. Gillis' graphic novel adaptation of Peter S. Beagle's classic fantasy novel turns out to be, in my opinion, a very abstracted and broken narrative that is hard to follow, especially if you know nothing of the novel. I have indeed read the novel, and very much liked it, so I feel a bit let down that I didn't enjoy this as well. Characterization was flimsy, and don't even get me started on the Red Bull. What is the Red Bull? Why is the Red Bull? I wasn't looking for an explicit answer to what the Red Bull stood for, as in Beagle's book it is indeed open for interpretation, but here it seems to be quite hastily thrown into the narrative and may be confusing for one with no prior reading of Beagle's book. However, the artwork by Renae De Liz is outstanding, and really carried my interest in turning pages. Overall, I'd say to be sure to read Beagle's book first and simply skip this, unless you are an avid fan or just want to look at the very pretty pages.

  11. 5 out of 5

    eva

    it pains me to give this a "meh" review because i've loved the book & cartoon since i was a kid, and i'm sure the adaptor & artist put a lot of heart into this. the art is very pretty, but not really to my taste - maybe a bit *too* pretty (certainly molly should have looked older, and schmendrick less cute). the bigger problem for me was that the layout & pacing just didn't jive. it read like a storyboard for a cartoon, not a comic book. i don't think the dialogue or plot would have made sense t it pains me to give this a "meh" review because i've loved the book & cartoon since i was a kid, and i'm sure the adaptor & artist put a lot of heart into this. the art is very pretty, but not really to my taste - maybe a bit *too* pretty (certainly molly should have looked older, and schmendrick less cute). the bigger problem for me was that the layout & pacing just didn't jive. it read like a storyboard for a cartoon, not a comic book. i don't think the dialogue or plot would have made sense to me if i didn't already know them by heart. but ya know, it's cool - i probably came to it with too many expectations. based on all the good reviews, i'm glad it's introducing new people to a wonderful story.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sadie Hartmann

    Such an amazing addition to all my treasured memories of the movie. The animated film, The Last Unicorn was the first movie I saw in the theater. I remember falling head over heels in love with the unicorn and then bawling my eyes out over the intense face off with the ominous Red Bull. This graphic novel captured everything I love about the story. I loved it. Too bad I checked it out from the library because I need to own it and will most likely buy it soon so I can leaf through it at random. S Such an amazing addition to all my treasured memories of the movie. The animated film, The Last Unicorn was the first movie I saw in the theater. I remember falling head over heels in love with the unicorn and then bawling my eyes out over the intense face off with the ominous Red Bull. This graphic novel captured everything I love about the story. I loved it. Too bad I checked it out from the library because I need to own it and will most likely buy it soon so I can leaf through it at random. Stunning artistry and full of nostalgia.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kitkat

    I loved the art in this book and it made me smile. I liked the characters and I liked the plot. I'm happy I read it. I loved the art in this book and it made me smile. I liked the characters and I liked the plot. I'm happy I read it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    I had to buy this graphic novel version of The Last Unicorn for my daughter for her birthday. She is a big fan of the illustrators. This story adaptation meticulously follows the original plot and even retains some of its poetic feel. It is, however, truncated to the point that I felt it missed a lot of the subtle philosophical nuances that I love about the original. The artwork is, of course, exceptional!

  15. 4 out of 5

    BookishStitcher

    Loved this graphic novel! It reminded me of the movie that I watched as a kid.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Chi

    "No, no, listen, don't listen to me, listen. You can find your people if you are brave. They passed down all the roads long ago, and the Red Bull ran close behind them and covered their footprints. Let nothing you dismay, but don't be half-safe." What do you get when you get the last unicorn remaining in the world, one wizard with the possible makings of a wizard but was not yet a true wizard, and one woman whose youth has long passed her by? Possibly a riddle that even Ruhk himself would've "No, no, listen, don't listen to me, listen. You can find your people if you are brave. They passed down all the roads long ago, and the Red Bull ran close behind them and covered their footprints. Let nothing you dismay, but don't be half-safe." What do you get when you get the last unicorn remaining in the world, one wizard with the possible makings of a wizard but was not yet a true wizard, and one woman whose youth has long passed her by? Possibly a riddle that even Ruhk himself would've pondered had he not read the book nor watched the movie. I will say that first off, I fell in love with the movie when I was but a young girl. And to be honest, it has remained my favourite, that not even this book (the original, no less) could surpass it. Every couple of lines and moments, and all I could do was to picture it in my mind, clear as anything. So, it has coloured my view of the original story. The story is amazing. Don't get me wrong. Peter Beagle had an amazing feel for fables, mythology, fairy tales, and I loved those moments whenever he broke through the fourth wall, and the characters realised that they were just part of the wider story. Those were fantastic. I also thoroughly loved how human they all were. They weren't just perfect people; they had their pride, their arrogance, their need for something greater than themselves. The story too was perfect - I don't know how he conceived it all in the first place, but it was amazing. But what ultimately lost me were sadly, bits of his poetry. I couldn't appreciate them as much as I could've or should've. And the songs - alas, if I had but heard them instead of read them, they may have affected me more. Finally, don't get me started on the anachronisms. I only got a couple of them, but a lot of them went over my head. As it stands, I loved the movie all the more. The book was sufficient to remind me of key moments and key scenes, and mayhap filled in gaps, but that's it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    AndrewP

    This book is on several Top 100 SF-Fantasy lists, which is quite surprising as it seem impossible to find. It's been on my 'want' list for many years and until this graphic novel version showed up I had been unable to find it in any of my local libraries or books shops. After reading this I find myself putting it into the same boat as 'A Wrinkle in Time'. I would probably have been great if I had read this as a young adult, but now, not so much. It's a decent enough story and you can read some hi This book is on several Top 100 SF-Fantasy lists, which is quite surprising as it seem impossible to find. It's been on my 'want' list for many years and until this graphic novel version showed up I had been unable to find it in any of my local libraries or books shops. After reading this I find myself putting it into the same boat as 'A Wrinkle in Time'. I would probably have been great if I had read this as a young adult, but now, not so much. It's a decent enough story and you can read some hidden meanings and themes into it. Art in this graphic novel version was adequate, but I think they ruined it by printing a long interview with the author in 5 point font. Surely a couple of extra pages would have been better than squeezing it in as an afterthought with the smallest type possible. Not really for me. If I come across a copy of the original book I might give that a try.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Christina (A Reader of Fictions)

    As a child, I greatly adored horses and, even more, their mythological counterparts, pegasi and unicorns. It should come as no surprise then that one of my favorite movies as a child was The Last Unicorn. It is very much one of those kid's movies that you either watched as a child and will thus adore forever, but, if watched for the first time in adulthood, definitely comes off as incredibly creepy. I can totally see why others don't like it, but it will forever hold a dear place in my heart. For As a child, I greatly adored horses and, even more, their mythological counterparts, pegasi and unicorns. It should come as no surprise then that one of my favorite movies as a child was The Last Unicorn. It is very much one of those kid's movies that you either watched as a child and will thus adore forever, but, if watched for the first time in adulthood, definitely comes off as incredibly creepy. I can totally see why others don't like it, but it will forever hold a dear place in my heart. For the most part, this graphic novel version of the story covers the same ground as the film. The look of the characters very clearly was inspired by the film version as well. The small additions to the plot in some places, and the subtractions (like the tree that freaked people out the most in the movie), made me even more curious to read the original novel. That is definitely a thing I need to do someday. The graphic novel is definitely pretty and oh so colorful. However, its brevity means that a few things have to be cut. Much of the trimming took place in the latter half of the tale, making it rather confusing and, did I not know the story, I likely would have been confused by much of the time spent in King Haggard's castle.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Juho Pohjalainen

    In some ways it's a more complete adaptation than the Rankin-Bass movie was, but to my disappointment it falls a little flat two-thirds in, starting to rush its way through and skipping or downplaying a few good scenes. The art was serviceable but never great - the movie had some better design. So it falls into the rather disappointing middleground between the original and the movie. It gives us more than the movie does but never as much as the book, and it also shows better visuals than the book In some ways it's a more complete adaptation than the Rankin-Bass movie was, but to my disappointment it falls a little flat two-thirds in, starting to rush its way through and skipping or downplaying a few good scenes. The art was serviceable but never great - the movie had some better design. So it falls into the rather disappointing middleground between the original and the movie. It gives us more than the movie does but never as much as the book, and it also shows better visuals than the book does (obviously) but nowhere near as much as the movie. If you for some reason are unable to read the book or watch the movie, then this would serve... but I'd rather just pick those other two.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Fadi Antwan

    Even though pages and pages of gorgeous text were taken out from the original book in creating this graphic novel, this story remains a melancholic masterpiece and one of my favorites of all time. This reread was made even sweeter by my finding out that Peter S. Beagle finally won his lengthy lawsuit against his abusive former manager only yesterday. I couldn’t be happier for him; that man deserves so much better.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    I rated this five stars for two reasons. First, the graphic adaptation of the novel I love so much was excellently done - beautiful, breathtaking art (most especially the ones of the unicorn herself) and just enough of the important parts of the novel to satisfy me, seeing as you can only put so much into an adaptation. I both recommend and warn against reading the novel close to reading the graphic novel, as I did. Beagle's narrative is "filled with wonderful turns of phrase and sparkles of wit I rated this five stars for two reasons. First, the graphic adaptation of the novel I love so much was excellently done - beautiful, breathtaking art (most especially the ones of the unicorn herself) and just enough of the important parts of the novel to satisfy me, seeing as you can only put so much into an adaptation. I both recommend and warn against reading the novel close to reading the graphic novel, as I did. Beagle's narrative is "filled with wonderful turns of phrase and sparkles of wit" (Gillis, Peter B. "The Good Parts") to be sure, and that does not translate to images, most especially descriptions of sounds and scents and tones of voice. I felt a loss of these things as I read the graphic novel, but I understood there wasn't much chance of being able to include them. However, having read the book mere days prior, I remembered them, and it enhanced those moments for me. It's a bitter-sweet sort of combination. The second reason I rated this five stars is that there are some extras I didn't know about when I purchased it: the art gallery, for one - which contains pieces from artists other than Ranae De Liz and Ray Dillon, as well as the sketches and black-and-white inked stages of some of the passages included in the main story; and a short story by Peter S. Beagle himself, for two - a historical fiction, if you will, about a Dutch man who wrote fantastic stories of far away places to which he had never been, one Dr. Olfert Dapper. I greatly enjoyed the story, and while the only real "fantasy" element of it is the description of the unicorn itself, the rest is still ripe with imagery and charm and wit as only Beagle can write. And before you accuse me of being biased, I'll tell you plainly: I am biased. The man's work inspires me to write, and to write better than I do now.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christina (GoodGirlKills)

    Such a beautiful graphic novel. Amazing artwork and a great story. One of my favorites!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Leeza

    Such a beautifully written story and the illustrations are very well done.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Marie the Librarian

    Omg!!! This was stunning!!!! I loved it!!! The art

  25. 5 out of 5

    Aja: The Narcoleptic Ninja

    I realized that I never actually got around to reviewing this... I really enjoyed this. The visuals were gorgeous, the story was beautiful, and I read the whole thing in one sitting because I just couldn't put it down. That being said, the reason I knocked it for 1 star was because I feel like I missed some of the narrative that I would have gotten from a novel. Still a great story overall though. I realized that I never actually got around to reviewing this... I really enjoyed this. The visuals were gorgeous, the story was beautiful, and I read the whole thing in one sitting because I just couldn't put it down. That being said, the reason I knocked it for 1 star was because I feel like I missed some of the narrative that I would have gotten from a novel. Still a great story overall though.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tiana Warner

    The Last Unicorn is one of the most beautiful stories ever written. A tale about a unicorn ends up being about what it means to be human — love, loss, and everything in between. The graphic novel is my favourite version, even more than the novel and movie. The artwork is breathtaking.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Jacobson

    Actual rating 4.5 Oh my goodness. This graphic novel was gorgeous. The art is so lovely, the story was so heartbreaking and lovely! I need to read the full length novel soon but I must say I really enjoyed this lovely graphic novel.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hâf

    This graphic novel is filled with the most beautiful illustrations, such amazing story telling through the characters expressions. I enjoyed this graphic novel, however it might be more interesting and understandable for those who have already read the novel.

  29. 5 out of 5

    James

    One of my favourite stories.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Megan (ReadingRover)

    This graphic novel was everything I had hoped it would be. The story is the same beautiful story that we all know and love by Peter S. Beagle. I used to watch the movie obsessively as a child loving every moment of it. I would lose myself in the fantasy of it all. For years when asked what my favorite animal was I'd reply that it was a unicorn and when they would tell me that unicorns weren't real I'd adamantly disagree. Reading this graphic novel brought me right back to that time. The artwork This graphic novel was everything I had hoped it would be. The story is the same beautiful story that we all know and love by Peter S. Beagle. I used to watch the movie obsessively as a child loving every moment of it. I would lose myself in the fantasy of it all. For years when asked what my favorite animal was I'd reply that it was a unicorn and when they would tell me that unicorns weren't real I'd adamantly disagree. Reading this graphic novel brought me right back to that time. The artwork was unbelievably gorgeous. I hummed along with the butterfly's song. The unicorn was just as sleek and elegant as she was in the movie. I could imagine her melodic voice when reading the hazy pink text boxes that were for her words alone. Her quiet grace made her beauty all the more striking. The illustrations enhanced this by almost making her glow upon the page. Mommy Fortuna and the harpy were as creepy as ever. I could almost hear the Harpy's cries. Schmendrick was constantly babbling trying to talk his way out of trouble. He stumbled through his magic tricks with a false air of confidence and a sense of humor. You could feel the cold loneliness of King Haggard's dark looming castle. Then there was the Red Bull. He radiated heat and anger. He was glowing orange and red and his body crackled with flames. I don't think this book could have been done any better. It was a beautiful work of art. I would recommend this graphic novel to anyone who loves the book or movie The Last Unicorn.

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