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Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN: 9781401225780 Y: THE LAST MAN is the gripping saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed and unmotivated slacker who discovers that he is the only male left in the world after a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y chromosome. Accompanied by his mischievous monkey and the mysterious Agent 355, York embarks on a transconti Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN: 9781401225780 Y: THE LAST MAN is the gripping saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed and unmotivated slacker who discovers that he is the only male left in the world after a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y chromosome. Accompanied by his mischievous monkey and the mysterious Agent 355, York embarks on a transcontinental journey to find his girlfriend and discover why he is the last man on Earth. Now, the entire critically acclaimed Y: THE LAST MAN saga written by Brian K. Vaughan, one of the writers of LOST, is collected into a series of oversized, hardcover editions. In this third volume, Yorick's unbalanced sister Hero tracks him to San Francisco, only to find him seemingly succumbing to the male-killing plague after losing his still-unused engagement ring to agents of the Setauket Ring. Plus, Yorick, Agent 355 and Dr. Mann ship out across the Pacific to Japan in pursuit of Yorick's stolen monkey Ampersand, whose innards may hold the key to mankind's future. Collects Y: The Last Man #24-36.


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Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN: 9781401225780 Y: THE LAST MAN is the gripping saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed and unmotivated slacker who discovers that he is the only male left in the world after a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y chromosome. Accompanied by his mischievous monkey and the mysterious Agent 355, York embarks on a transconti Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN: 9781401225780 Y: THE LAST MAN is the gripping saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed and unmotivated slacker who discovers that he is the only male left in the world after a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y chromosome. Accompanied by his mischievous monkey and the mysterious Agent 355, York embarks on a transcontinental journey to find his girlfriend and discover why he is the last man on Earth. Now, the entire critically acclaimed Y: THE LAST MAN saga written by Brian K. Vaughan, one of the writers of LOST, is collected into a series of oversized, hardcover editions. In this third volume, Yorick's unbalanced sister Hero tracks him to San Francisco, only to find him seemingly succumbing to the male-killing plague after losing his still-unused engagement ring to agents of the Setauket Ring. Plus, Yorick, Agent 355 and Dr. Mann ship out across the Pacific to Japan in pursuit of Yorick's stolen monkey Ampersand, whose innards may hold the key to mankind's future. Collects Y: The Last Man #24-36.

30 review for Y: The Last Man - The Deluxe Edition Book Three

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jayson

    (A-) 83% | Very Good Notes: It’s about self-reproach, misbelief, and how emotional compulsion breaks wills and vows once the nomads habituate.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    This was my favorite of the whole series I think. A lot of the questions I've been waiting to have answered finally received some explanation. We see a little bit of what's going on with Beth in the outback which was fun (and sort of bizarre). Yorick's good natured, light hearted facade crumbles a bit which is to be expected and honestly gave his character a little more believability. 355's true feelings start to show a little bit, and she seems much more vulnerable in this book than she has in p This was my favorite of the whole series I think. A lot of the questions I've been waiting to have answered finally received some explanation. We see a little bit of what's going on with Beth in the outback which was fun (and sort of bizarre). Yorick's good natured, light hearted facade crumbles a bit which is to be expected and honestly gave his character a little more believability. 355's true feelings start to show a little bit, and she seems much more vulnerable in this book than she has in past books. The artwork as always was impeccable. The setting of this book was different from past books because some it takes place in San Francisco, so there some more cityscapes instead of the North American wilderness seen in book two. I've already got the next two on hold at the library so I'm excited to pick them up and finish this series out!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    No matter how annoying Yorick gets, by showing his unwavering dedication to scouring the Earth for his true love, and by showing his general positive attitude toward what might end up being the end of the world, Brian K. Vaughan makes it almost impossible not to love the guy and root for him. Add the rest of the rich cast of supporting characters, and this series is turning out to be one that I'll really miss when I finish. No matter how annoying Yorick gets, by showing his unwavering dedication to scouring the Earth for his true love, and by showing his general positive attitude toward what might end up being the end of the world, Brian K. Vaughan makes it almost impossible not to love the guy and root for him. Add the rest of the rich cast of supporting characters, and this series is turning out to be one that I'll really miss when I finish.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eilonwy

    I'm plugging along with this series, and have shifted from the collected volumes to the deluxe editions. General rambling thoughts follow: The intrigue continues and deepens, as the story has shifted from travelling across the post-apocalyptic US to now travelling across the globe. I'm giving Brian Vaughan big credit for his Big Picture plan for this series, and how the plot is taking the story setting to so many different locations and possibilities. I'm also tickled to find out (view spoiler)[ I'm plugging along with this series, and have shifted from the collected volumes to the deluxe editions. General rambling thoughts follow: The intrigue continues and deepens, as the story has shifted from travelling across the post-apocalyptic US to now travelling across the globe. I'm giving Brian Vaughan big credit for his Big Picture plan for this series, and how the plot is taking the story setting to so many different locations and possibilities. I'm also tickled to find out (view spoiler)[ that it might not be Yorick who's special at all, but Ampersand (hide spoiler)] . I'm also giving the story credit for ironic self-awareness. Here you have a comic where, for once, nearly 100% of the characters are women -- but it's told through the eyes of a man, and the main female characters' purposes all revolve around this one man. Which is slightly annoying. But at least the characters actually point this out once in a while, which makes it slightly less annoying. My one beef with the arcs in this volume was the way the women on Captain Kilina's boat were drawn. Wow, they exist for the gaze of male comic book readers, with their exaggerated female forms and skimpy clothing. I've never sailed or worked on a ship, so I may be mistaken, but it seems to me that these women were dressed much less practically than I would expect. By this point, I'm having trouble keeping track of all the plot threads. The Amulet of Helene, from waaayy back in the early issues, got mentioned again, and I could barely remember why anyone might care about it. And I don't dare Wiki it for fear of spoilers about later developments. Also, there is still a fair amount of violence that I could personally live without. ("I managed to go 32 years without anyone pointing a gun in my face," says Dr. Mann, "and now it's an everyday occurrence." Yep.) I was reading this before bed for a while, but kept finding myself so wired up that I couldn't sleep, and I suspect it's from all the blood. (Plus it is just hard to stop reading this; there's a cliffhanger every other page, it feels like.) Overall, this is still a really interesting story, and I'm glad it was popular enough that it got to get to an ending, whatever that ending turns out to be. (Seriously, how DO you end this?) So, on to Deluxe Edition #4!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Donovan

    Frig it. This deserves five stars. By Book Three Vaughan has got me deeply invested in this series. "Are you there, God? It's me, Margaret." "Why should I keep working on some piece of crap, navel-gazing first novel, when I could be out there doing something that actually helps people?" Frig it. This deserves five stars. By Book Three Vaughan has got me deeply invested in this series. "Are you there, God? It's me, Margaret." "Why should I keep working on some piece of crap, navel-gazing first novel, when I could be out there doing something that actually helps people?"

  6. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    YEAH so I really loved this one. The story was awesome and that ending! I don't have much to say about this series that I haven't already. I feel like it gets better with each book so we shall see if it keeps getting better. I want to continue this but also my bf and I are saving to go overseas so he won't be buying another one for a while :( YEAH so I really loved this one. The story was awesome and that ending! I don't have much to say about this series that I haven't already. I feel like it gets better with each book so we shall see if it keeps getting better. I want to continue this but also my bf and I are saving to go overseas so he won't be buying another one for a while :(

  7. 4 out of 5

    Scott Rhee

    Yorrick finds shelter in a church in California and gets it on with a blonde named Beth, who is not his fiancee, Beth, who is still stuck in the Outback in Australia. His sister, Hero, has found redemption (kind of), and is now on a quest to find her brother and ask for forgiveness for trying to kill him. In San Francisco, rogue agents of the Culper Ring have taken Yorrick’s ring, the Amulet of Helene, and shortly thereafter, Yorrick starts spitting up blood, which lends credence to his theory t Yorrick finds shelter in a church in California and gets it on with a blonde named Beth, who is not his fiancee, Beth, who is still stuck in the Outback in Australia. His sister, Hero, has found redemption (kind of), and is now on a quest to find her brother and ask for forgiveness for trying to kill him. In San Francisco, rogue agents of the Culper Ring have taken Yorrick’s ring, the Amulet of Helene, and shortly thereafter, Yorrick starts spitting up blood, which lends credence to his theory that the ring has supernatural properties that protected him from the plague that wiped out every other male in the world. So, 355 is on a mission to find the ring. A ninja wants Yorrick’s monkey, Ampersand, really badly. Our heroes sneak on board a freighter crossing the Pacific, only to find that it’s carrying a shit-ton of heroin, and the Australian Navy has sent a sub to destroy it. Oh, and 355 and Dr. Mann get it on, and Yorrick walks in on them. Awkward! I don’t know why, but every time I write the plot synopsis of Brian K. Vaughan/Pia Guerra’s latest compilation of “Y: the Last Man” (this is Book Three), it ends up sounding ridiculous. But it’s so not. It’s great. I can’t get enough of this series. Seriously. It’s like a drug...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jenbebookish

    The story continues...!! I'm still enjoying the ride, and finally at the very end of this one, we've made a little progress in Yorrick's storyline. There are only two other books left that are out in bookstores, and I'm still very excited and very much looking forward to getting to them, but dreading reaching the end and having to continue issue by issue. The story continues...!! I'm still enjoying the ride, and finally at the very end of this one, we've made a little progress in Yorrick's storyline. There are only two other books left that are out in bookstores, and I'm still very excited and very much looking forward to getting to them, but dreading reaching the end and having to continue issue by issue.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marc

    The volume just seemed to be firing on all cylinders as the story, art, and playful twists had me putting it in front of everything else I was reading. Disillusion sets in making for more narrative depth. Vaughan has a real gift for creating these fictional worlds you want to return to and explore (I'm not generally a huge fan of series and I'm definitely not the type of reader or viewer who enjoys reboots and sequel after sequel. There's a natural story arc and character development here withou The volume just seemed to be firing on all cylinders as the story, art, and playful twists had me putting it in front of everything else I was reading. Disillusion sets in making for more narrative depth. Vaughan has a real gift for creating these fictional worlds you want to return to and explore (I'm not generally a huge fan of series and I'm definitely not the type of reader or viewer who enjoys reboots and sequel after sequel. There's a natural story arc and character development here without anything feeling forced or serving as mere setup.)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Not my favorite out of the 3 so far. That being said, I still enjoyed most of this. The pirate subplot was interesting to a point. I've found Yourick's romantic partners thus far where the story drags a bit for me. His quest started out being about Beth and developed from there and now that we're finally seeing what happened to her, I'm finding it hard to care. I've been waiting for 355/Dr. Mann to happen, it finally did and it looks like it's ending just as quickly :( Or devolving into a love t Not my favorite out of the 3 so far. That being said, I still enjoyed most of this. The pirate subplot was interesting to a point. I've found Yourick's romantic partners thus far where the story drags a bit for me. His quest started out being about Beth and developed from there and now that we're finally seeing what happened to her, I'm finding it hard to care. I've been waiting for 355/Dr. Mann to happen, it finally did and it looks like it's ending just as quickly :( Or devolving into a love triangle possibly and that makes me sad. I hope they pull that back together in the next one. Overall, I think the last 2 books were better but this series continues to be stronger than a lot of other series out there.

  11. 5 out of 5

    RG

    Such a cool story and great character development. They always finish on great cliffhangers.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    Much better than volume 2. This one really shoots along and has a lot going on in it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Tongues of Flame (#24-25). California! And though this is another short story that only features Yorick, Vaughan manages to make it feel entirely important and tense. Plus, there's some great character study for Yorick, growing out of the previous story, and a nice, harrowing flashback [7+/10]. Hero's Journey (#26). It's great putting together the pieces of Hero's story, and perhaps giving us a little empathy for the insane monster that we saw in the first two years of this book. The dead-person- Tongues of Flame (#24-25). California! And though this is another short story that only features Yorick, Vaughan manages to make it feel entirely important and tense. Plus, there's some great character study for Yorick, growing out of the previous story, and a nice, harrowing flashback [7+/10]. Hero's Journey (#26). It's great putting together the pieces of Hero's story, and perhaps giving us a little empathy for the insane monster that we saw in the first two years of this book. The dead-person-in-her-head trope feels really overdone now, but was probably fresher fifteen years ago. [6/10]. Ring of Truth (#27-31). It's middle story of Y: The Last Man, and Vaughan makes full use of it. He delivers us to San Francisco, at last, but more importantly he directly addresses the questions of what caused the plague and how Yorick survived. We get two of the artifacts from issue #1 center stage, and we actually get some questions answered. There's also some great action and a surprising change of focus. Overall, a very fulfilling story (7+/10). Girl on Girl (#32-35). We've reached the west coast, but the road trip continues right on into the Pacific! This is a good story. It gives us a look at the larger world and how it might have changed due to the loss of men and it gives us a glimpse of all-female militaries, which turn out to be just as scary as when men were around. Like the whole Y series, it's also got strong new characters and heart-breaking results. [7/10]. Boy Loses Girl (#36). I'd expected to hate a dreamtime story, but instead we get a great history of Beth and Yorick that gives her depth beyond just being a MacGuffin, and a pretty moving ending [9/10].

  14. 5 out of 5

    Brahm

    Next! These remain fun and since I have the whole stack there's no reason not to keep going! Next! These remain fun and since I have the whole stack there's no reason not to keep going!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cookie

    It was okay. The more we go, the more repetitive and outlandish this seems to be. Still very entertaining though. The one major negative that irked me : there seems to be a subtle, unconscious homophobia from the characters that may be coming from the author. The reaction of the MC to 2 of the trio partaking in sapphic pleasures was just grating...

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Richter

    Continue the tale of Yorick, whose resolve to stay true begins to fall apart. Plus his monkey is stolen. What is the Last Man on Earth to do? Go to Sea. Loads of snappy dialogue and fun art.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mike Ehlers

    This volume got the series back on track for me. I really appreciated the back story issues in this collection. And I liked the new characters introduced much better than ones we met in the last volume. Although I don't think I liked the reintroduction of Alter. Bringing back old villains often seems gimmicky to me. The other thing that troubles me a little bit is the passage of time. I like that years are passing, but that seems to work better when you are reading the series in monthly installm This volume got the series back on track for me. I really appreciated the back story issues in this collection. And I liked the new characters introduced much better than ones we met in the last volume. Although I don't think I liked the reintroduction of Alter. Bringing back old villains often seems gimmicky to me. The other thing that troubles me a little bit is the passage of time. I like that years are passing, but that seems to work better when you are reading the series in monthly installments. The jumps forward seem to come a little more sudden when reading each issue in quick succession. It is more jarring, but still a better choice than having the whole story take place in a shorter time span.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    Book 3 and still smitten as a kitten. These women are not weaklings, and their strengths, which may have been hidden or overshadowed previously, are emerging rapidly. I'm still on the fence about who I can and cannot trust. I'd be a completely gullible fool in these times and probably would have been offed long ago for my jacket or a can of mandarin oranges. May I also put in a(nother) plug for the amazing illustrations? I want my life to be illustrated like this. If it was, I'd just be putting Book 3 and still smitten as a kitten. These women are not weaklings, and their strengths, which may have been hidden or overshadowed previously, are emerging rapidly. I'm still on the fence about who I can and cannot trust. I'd be a completely gullible fool in these times and probably would have been offed long ago for my jacket or a can of mandarin oranges. May I also put in a(nother) plug for the amazing illustrations? I want my life to be illustrated like this. If it was, I'd just be putting away dishes and would look both hot and smart doing it. 5 STARS

  19. 4 out of 5

    Terry Mcginnis

    I'm glad I stuck around as this series just gets better and better. I was unsure of continuing after the first book (1 of 5), but glad I did. Book three is the best so far, and I can't wait to dive in to book four! The highlight of this volume: finding out why Yorick and his monkey friend, Ampersand survived the man-plague! Highly recommended! I'm glad I stuck around as this series just gets better and better. I was unsure of continuing after the first book (1 of 5), but glad I did. Book three is the best so far, and I can't wait to dive in to book four! The highlight of this volume: finding out why Yorick and his monkey friend, Ampersand survived the man-plague! Highly recommended!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Forsyth

    Some of my least favorite stuff from the series in here - the Australian navy stuff just strikes me as too implausible, and the magic ring going missing/botulism plotline is just silly. That being said, some great stuff here with Hero!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Owen

    Yorick Brown is still on his trip with Dr. Mann & Agent 355 to search for the cause & cure for whatever killed off every male on Earth except for him and his helper monkey, Ampersand. Although Yorick is still a smartass and given to moments of immaturity, I find him far less annoying than I did in the first book. It looks like the lessons learned in Book Two are sticking, and I am all for that. I have never been particularly fond of post-apocalyptic stories. Nor have I ever held the belief that Yorick Brown is still on his trip with Dr. Mann & Agent 355 to search for the cause & cure for whatever killed off every male on Earth except for him and his helper monkey, Ampersand. Although Yorick is still a smartass and given to moments of immaturity, I find him far less annoying than I did in the first book. It looks like the lessons learned in Book Two are sticking, and I am all for that. I have never been particularly fond of post-apocalyptic stories. Nor have I ever held the belief that being the last man on Earth in a world of women would be particularly pleasant. So this title had two strikes against it in my eyes from the beginning. That is why I did not read it when it came out fifteen years ago. But it has two things going for it which over-ride my qualms. First is Brian K Vaughan. I have read some of his other work. I enjoyed Pride of Baghdad. I am currently reading Saga. And I adore his work on Paper Girls. BKV has shown that he can write compelling characters of any gender and that his plot developments and action sequences are well thought out. Second is Pia Guerra. Her art in these books is superlative. Too many artists draw all women with the same faces. But Pia's characters are all different. All expressive. And they can convey as much with a wry smile as with a left hook. Yorick is actually my least favorite part of these stories, and I am pretty sure that is by design. He has a good heart, and I like him more than I expected. But more than once I find myself thinking, "Yorick! Sit down. Shut up. And let the women handle this." And that is the point, isn't it? I love how realistically the political situation arose. I love how women are complete characters with varying motivations & conflicts of interest (which sadly does not happen in much of pop culture.) I love that the destruction of men did not erase prejudices. I love that the story is so much bigger than one man saving the world. Is he even necessary? Can humanity be saved without him? I'm not going to answer that. This was only Book Three. There are two more books to go. But as we move past the midpoint, we see how far we have come, and how much farther we have to go. And I am definitely along for the ride.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

    This review goes for the whole series. The comic is seemingly smart enough and self aware enough to be critical of its own misogyny. Or, it ought to be: it's full of bright, funny criticism of our society's misogyny and the entrenched, toxic objectification of women's bodies. Why, then, is there so much gratuitous objectification of nearly every female character? Why does every woman have a body of impossible proportions? Why is there so much senseless nudity? Either the comic isn't smart enough This review goes for the whole series. The comic is seemingly smart enough and self aware enough to be critical of its own misogyny. Or, it ought to be: it's full of bright, funny criticism of our society's misogyny and the entrenched, toxic objectification of women's bodies. Why, then, is there so much gratuitous objectification of nearly every female character? Why does every woman have a body of impossible proportions? Why is there so much senseless nudity? Either the comic isn't smart enough or woke enough to see its own TOO PAT BY FAR (given the subject manner) flaws, or it seems them and doesn't care. That leaves me to ask: why should I? Some more pros and cons: A world almost without men and the story focuses on a male protagonist who is endowed magically with the potent reproductive material to repopulate the earth--despite all the sardonic undercutting of the main theme, it's still the main theme. Lol? So much casual misogyny in the dialogue! I find it so obnoxious and gross that there are so many moments of women slurring other women and that being "ok" because... Ugh! It's porny! There is an issue titled "girl on girl." It's really, really, really moving, emotionally realistic, fun, pretty, and tonally brilliant. The ending, also, is pretty amazing. The only reason this thing is getting 3 stars is because it's a glorious feat of comic art with some fucking crippling flaws.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Henry Blackwood

    Yeah i definitely like this series - I can say that with confidence now. It has its flaws like I mentioned in my prior two reviews but it still has a loveable quality about it. I mean sure, I’m still annoyed how it seems every woman character is a side character to the only man left in the world and that in a sea of woman the one man constantly is made out to be the hero - especially when the comic keeps bringing attention to that detail. But it’s still a very interesting premise with some inter Yeah i definitely like this series - I can say that with confidence now. It has its flaws like I mentioned in my prior two reviews but it still has a loveable quality about it. I mean sure, I’m still annoyed how it seems every woman character is a side character to the only man left in the world and that in a sea of woman the one man constantly is made out to be the hero - especially when the comic keeps bringing attention to that detail. But it’s still a very interesting premise with some interesting going ons in every issue. My favourite thing so far about this has been the development between the main cast. Dr. Mann, 355 and Yorick have a really interesting triangle going on right now so I’m keen to continue and see where all this ends up.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jack Connolly

    Spaghetti Western shootout in a church? Submarine fights? Cowboys? Ninjas? A reference to Kurt Vonnegut’s excellent Sirens of Titans? This book has it all! ... that being said, this book definitely felt a little more repetitive/spinning its wheels than the first two. Still very strong, 4.5/5, worthy of getting the bump up to 5!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Satish Inamdar

    The Best Cover so Far, a Cow boy styled. As usual the storyline and the artwork is brilliant ... can't get enough!! The Best Cover so Far, a Cow boy styled. As usual the storyline and the artwork is brilliant ... can't get enough!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nick

    “The best graphic novel I’ve ever read.” – Stephen King I wouldn’t go that far but it is good.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Robert Lee

    Yorick is still not a very bright protagonist and that just makes him all the more likable. We get pirates an ninjas in this one.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Natalee

    Why is literally every character so goddamn annoying, jesus christ

  29. 5 out of 5

    leynes

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I actually enjoyed it the same as the previous Deluxe Editions which I rated 5 stars... But giving this 5 stars kinda doesn't feel right... Maybe because it's not as captivating as before? I mean I care for Yorick (just now realized that he's not called Yodrick, oops) but I feel like even though a lot of shit is happening the main story (why are all the men wiped off planet earth? How can we save "man"kind? ;)) is not really progressing... What I loved about this trade: - Hero's redemption and how I actually enjoyed it the same as the previous Deluxe Editions which I rated 5 stars... But giving this 5 stars kinda doesn't feel right... Maybe because it's not as captivating as before? I mean I care for Yorick (just now realized that he's not called Yodrick, oops) but I feel like even though a lot of shit is happening the main story (why are all the men wiped off planet earth? How can we save "man"kind? ;)) is not really progressing... What I loved about this trade: - Hero's redemption and how she burned that bitch Victoria - Panels of Beth in the outback, especially Beth hallucinating about her past and saving Yorick from King Kong =D - Kilani is one hot pirate (was hoping for more interaction with Yorick if ya know what I mean ;)) - 355 and Dr. Mann <3 - Yorick hallucinating about 711 What I didn't like: - Random panels of the Israelis... Still don't know what role they're playing and they're mentioned all over again... Alter is back I guess? Poor Sadie... - Australian submarine and drug smuggling (even though that panel of the addicts in the Opera House was brilliant!)... I mean how many more sub-plots do we need? Dr. Mann's secret past/ family, the Amulet of Helene, the Amazons, the Culper Ring, Ampersand being kidnapped, the astronaut's son, Natalya and the twins... It's hard to follow and remember everything especially because I have to wait two months for the next Paperback Deluxe Edition. The art style improved and was as good as in the first Volume. Pia got her shit together, Yay. Brian is still the king of witty dialogues and having a nice balance between action, steamy, flashback scenes etc.!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    This serie continues to be very interesting and entertaining, i need to get a hold on the next volume now. Great stuff!

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