Y: The Last Man, Vol. 10: Whys and Wherefores
WINNER OF THREE EISNER AWARDSFeatured in THE NEW YORK TIMES and on NPR, Y: THE LAST MAN is the gripping saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed and unmotivated slacker who discovers he is the only male left in the world after a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y... show more
WINNER OF THREE EISNER AWARDSFeatured in THE NEW YORK TIMES and on NPR, Y: THE LAST MAN is the gripping saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed and unmotivated slacker who discovers 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, Ampersand, and the mysterious Agent 355, Yorick embarks on a transcontinental journey to find his long-lost girlfriend and discover why he is the last man on earth.Yorick Brown's long journey through an Earth populated only by women comes to a dramatic, unexpected conclusion in this final volume. Collects issues #55-60 of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's award-winning Vertigo series.
Publish date: June 18th 2008
Pages no: 168
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Y: The Last Man (#10)
It's a good story, but with a sad sad ending. The drawing and story-telling are both great. After you get familiar with the characters, it is just so sad the male character cannot be together with the woman he really loves.
I cried. I admit. I cry every dang time I read this volume and I'm not talking just the one time. There are two distinct points in this that make me tear up.In general, I'm not a fan of endings. Mostly I'm left unsatisfied or annoyed compared to how I felt about the series as a whole, (looking at yo...
Well, I read that in less than 45 minutes. Please excuse me while I go crawl into a box of tissues.
The whole collection is one helluva read. Even if you don't read graphic novels, you should check this one out. Starting with Volume 1. Brian K. Vaughn leaves you wondering in suspense at the end of each volume. if I could give the series more than 5 stars I would.
I enjoyed this book more than the last volume. No we never got any clear answers but I think it was a decent ending. My only issue was that Vladimir was the ruler of Russia. Granted we do not find out how or why this happened but it seemed weird that the only country that can have a male ruler does.