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Everyone's favorite pint-sized Scotsman gets his own origin story, with art by Herogasm artist John McCrea. Mind reeling from recent events in The Boys, Wee Hughie heads home to Auchterladle, the semi-idyllic Scottish seaside town where he grew up. All Hughie wants is some time to himself, to return to the bosom of family and friends, to get his head together after two years of unimaginable, unremitting, and egregious chaos. But our hero's luck has always been more cloud than silver lining, and the familiar surroundings he craves are not all they might be. You can go home again -- but with old pals warped beyond recognition and strangers in town up to no good, whether or not you should is another matter entirely...

Note: Mother's Milk appearance is cover only.

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Ach, the Wee Laddie! 0

I don't think I need to introduce The Boys to anyone at this point, in fact I think it's the highest-selling ongoing I read...last month it was #99 overall, yes I read American Vampire (#85) but that comic hasn't had time to establish itself, it's still new and fresh and the sales have definitely dropped on it. So yeah...this is The Boys...well more specifically it's a spin-off miniseries. Second of three planned.  Unfortunately, I think even though thousands of people read The Boys, this series...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Family Matters 0

Highland Laddie is a great issue that gives readers a new perspective on the beloved Wee Hughie. Hughie has returned home to Scotland to get his bearings straight in the wake of what were trying times for him in the last few issues of The Boys. Unfortunately, Hughie deals with the very real problem of how homesickness makes us forget the flaws of the people around us. Meanwhile, as the summary states, some strangers in town look like they will pose a threat sooner than later. The biggest appeal ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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