agentorange's The Boys #1 - The Name of the Game, Part One review

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In the Name of love

I loved this idea although it's not a new one, heroes existing in a realistic world where power corrupts and absolute power corrupts apsolutely.  Like Marshal Law by Pat Mills 1987  and Alan Moore the watchman 1986 and so on but the boys is completely different to either and all others simply because Garth Ennis has his own individual cynical sarcastic style that deliberately delivers a demented demanding demystifying portrait of realistic post Human's  with a super power's playing silly buggers. It's a fun entertaining and at times beautiful bit of work that I hope continues to impress

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