Y: The Last Man Vol. 7 — Paper Dolls

June 19, 2006 | Trades


Y: The Last Man Vol. 7 —Paper Dolls
Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra, Goran Sudzuka
Vertigo/DC Comics
$19.99/$14.99 US (Paperback)
**** (out of five)

After three years of traveling across the U.S. and then the Pacific Ocean, the last man is finally where he wants to be — Australia.
Yorick Brown, the lone male human survivor of a horrific plague, finally has the chance to search for his long-lost love, Beth. But all he’s got is 24 hours before the boat he came in on sets sail for Japan and perhaps that last chance to save humanity.
Instead of finding his girl, Yorick, as is now tradition, finds trouble in the form of a gung-ho journalist determined to break the story of the last man and Y ends up getting caught with his pants down — literally.
This seventh collection also features the long-awaited origin of Yorick’s protector Agent 355, a shocking revelation about one of his past indiscretions and the curious and comical tale of how Yorick ended up with his pet monkey Ampersand, the creature key to saving the world.
Creators Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, winners of this year’s Joe Shuster Awards for outstanding international creator and outstanding artist, respectively, continue to deliver one of the most highly addictive and gripping comics around.

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