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This is it. Nearly a decade in the making, the Eisner Award-winning, critically acclaimed series comes to its inevitably blood-soaked end. What final fate do agent Graves and the rest of the cast face? Who will be left standing when the gun smoke clears? Find out in the epic, final issue of the series Playboy magazine called "a meditation on money, power and morality...for our money, the best current ongoing series."

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Their final stand... 0

I've been following this series for months. Not really for a decade, but the Minutemen and the whole cast of characters had been growing on me since the first issue. This is a great example of what a modern pulp epic should be. This book shall be remembered as one of the greatest (and longest) ongoing series of all-time. I knew that the ending would be something astounding, and the final twist of the plot was going to be something I wouldn't forget, at least not easily. I will really miss Cole, ...

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