englentine's Y: The Last Man #1 - Unmanned review

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Just Like A Movie

This book reads like the first fifteen minutes of a movie watches. It's mostly set up, one or two pages are spent on each female character we are going to meet somewhere down the road, all interstwined with a conversation between Yorrick ( the soon to be "Last Man" and his girl friend Beth, who at the point of this story is in the Australian out back. Ultimately this is a book that belongs to it's writer. Given the short time he spends with each character, he manages to bring to life intiguing and vivid characters. granted he goes a bit far with the pop culture references, almost turning Yorrick into a caricature. Still he is Juno when Juno wasn't even thought of yet. One thing of note, is how quickly the book read. It really is a breeze. I like that. Most of the best comics read like that.

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