Y: The Last Man - The Deluxe Edition Book Three

Y The Last Man The Deluxe Edition Book Three An alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here 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 a

  • Title: Y: The Last Man - The Deluxe Edition Book Three
  • Author: Brian K. Vaughan Pia Guerra Goran Sudžuka José Marzán Jr. Clem Robins
  • ISBN: 9781401225780
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here.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 transcAn alternate cover for this ISBN can be found here.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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    1. Brian K. Vaughan Pia Guerra Goran Sudžuka José Marzán Jr. Clem Robins

      Born in Cleveland in 1976, Brian K Vaughan is the Eisner, Harvey, and Shuster Award winning writer and co creator of the critically acclaimed comics series Y The Last Man, Runaways, and Ex Machina picked as one of the ten best works of fiction of 2005 by Entertainment Weekly Recently named Writer of the Year by Wizard Magazine, and one of the top ten comic writers of all time by Comic Book Resources, Vaughan s work has been featured and or reviewed in countless mainstream media outlets, including The New York Times, MTV, National Public Radio, and feminist magazine Bust, which photographed him for their Men We Love issue don t ask.As an undergraduate film student at New York University, Vaughan got his big break as part of Marvel s Stanhattan Project, a workshop for aspiring comic book writers In the ten years since, he has written nearly all of the major DC and Marvel characters, everyone from Batman to the X Men.In September of 2006, Vertigo released Vaughan s first original graphic novel, Pride of Baghdad, lavishly illustrated by artist Niko Henrichon Inspired by an unbelievable true story of four lions who escaped the Baghdad Zoo during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Pride is equal parts anthropomorphic adventure and Animal Farm like parable about the ongoing conflict in Iraq, and was described as the best novel so far about the war by the UK s Telegraph.Along with his creator owned work, Vaughan is currently writing The Escapists, a Dark Horse miniseries inspired by Michael Chabon s Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier Clay, as well as a new Doctor Strange limited series for Marvel with artist Marcos Martin.This summer, the new WGA member CAA client transplanted his poor playwright wife to Los Angeles, where Vaughan is currently working on the screenplay adaptations of Y and Ex Machina for New Line Cinema, as well as other new creations in film and television.His home on the web is bkvcomics, and he s become the last aging hipster to get a MySpace page myspace briankvaughan


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

    2. 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.

    3. 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 :(

    4. 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?"

    5. 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.

    6. 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- [...]

    7. 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 [...]

    8. 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 [...]

    9. 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!

    10. 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 beli [...]

    11. 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 [...]

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

    13. The group including "last man" Yorick travel the planet, coming across many perils and discoveries. One of these is someone from Yorick's past, a close family member he became hostile toward decades before the world was plagued by a virus that killed nearly all men.What will they find and how will they survive?The last book was pretty great in spinning memorable story lines but for some reason this time it wasn't as strong to me. Sure there were highlights the biggest in my opinion being the cha [...]

    14. It's been 2 years since the plague killed off all the men but Yorick, and finally Dr. Mann discovers what she believes helped Yorick survive, and it involves his monkey Ampersand who has now been kidnapped. Yorick, Dr. Mann, and 355 are also getting closer to Australia - and we finally discover something of what happened to Beth, Yorick's girlfriend!I was very excited to see what was going on with Beth. I'm finding myself a little confused with all the various groups who want to kill Yorick/kidn [...]

    15. Well, this is the third one of these Y: The Last Man Deluxe editions for me so I'm going to keep it a little short. With out sounding like a total Brian K. Vaughn fanboy, this stuff is as usualAMAZING. The story, the art, everything works on pretty much ever level possible. I'm kind of thinking of holding off on Volume 4 simply because then I won't have one to read for awhile. This book is amazing and if you like reading at all, you should be reading it (or something else by Brian K. Vaughn) sim [...]

    16. Still hate reading the series, and I still can't figure out in how this series handle sexism and racism in a smart way (as the back blurb exclaims). And so far, I haven't seen any woman genuinely mourning her dad/husband/children except for maybe 711. Everyone else is just horny. I don't like any character in the whole series. I'm going to finish reading this, because I've wasted too much time and energy on it already, and I'm kind of interested to know who dies. (Both Mann & 355 is my guess [...]

    17. We start to learn what happened to Beth, Yorrick's maybe-fiance, in the outback, we see more of Hero's history of what happened to her after the plague, and we learn why Yorrick & his monkey survived the plague. Still plenty of under-dressed, tight-clothes-wearing women. *eye-roll* Also, Yorrick is bizarrely upset about lesbianism. There are *only women left* Yorrick, and you've made it clear you don't want to play stud to humanity.

    18. I've been putting off reading volume 3 until volume 5 comes out, because I bought these in the new paperback editions and wanted them all to match. This story is one of my favorites. Volume 5 isn't released until next month but I just couldn't wait any longer.

    19. Great follow up to the previous book. The moral implications for the characters thicken as they journey through a brave new world.

    20. such a good one ! I will have to wait for at least two weeks before reading the following one since I am going away and still haven't buy it. but man, was it good.

    21. I really enjoyed this one. I haven't always loved Y: The Last Man, but Vaughan really seems to have hit his stride. I look forward to seeing how it all gets worked out. :-)

    22. This is the volume where the plot and characters are fleshed out a bit and some answers are given but other less positive elements stick out. The plot, for me has become more obviously formulaic, with too many stand-offs, characters sacrificing themselves and Yorick doing the stupid, selfish thing, where I hoped that one of the more positive pivotal moments in the second volume had grown his character.I had flashes of hope early on when there were small glimpses of society continuing as normal, [...]

    23. I'm not sure if this was the best graphic novel I have ever read or top five and it doesn't really matter. Brilliant is brilliant and comparing this to Frank Miller or Allen Moore is a waste of everyone's time. While I thought this title had already hit its stride and was ready to settle in it hit new heights here. The art is still simple and evocative at the same time but the storytelling really ratcheted up past its genre into something more.

    24. Interesting concept and I continue to enjoy this series, but have serious concerns about the art. All of the women under age 45 are of the same.exactatistically.raredy.type. This seems (a) lazy and (b) a crying waste of a great opportunity to showcase diversity in women's bodies. I have enjoyed the other elements of this series and may continue reading, but I am so disappointed in this aspect of the art.

    25. Y The Last Man's third volume is brilliant. The back story sections really helped understand the relationship between Yorick and the other characters. We finally get to see Beth (Yorick's partner in Australia) and some interesting new characters with the promise of some new settings for the next volume. Yorick is certainly maturing as the story progresses and I'm eager to see how Brian K Vaughan ties this story up. Five stars from me ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

    26. The saga continues! You got that renegade other non Culper Ring. The return of Hero. Yorick's sudden illness. Pirate ships and the Australian Navy!I enjoyed to exploration of forgiveness, and the hard process of deprogramming yourself. I found myself more annoyed with Yorick then usual (view spoiler)[(wtf with the ship's captain?) (hide spoiler)], and spent a lot of time thinking #SheIsBetterThenHim about 355 (view spoiler)[(really wish the 355 + Dr Mann storyline could pan out) (hide spoiler)]. [...]

    27. Starting to feel that the steam is going in some senses but in others especially the wider elements of the world it is getting better.Yorrick is at times irritating but the range of characters are well fleshed out and have motivations that seem genuine

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