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The Boys Vol. 2: Get Some (Garth Ennis' The Boys) Kindle & comiXology
|Length: 192 pages|
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The art is as good as ever with strong characterisation, some good visual storytelling and sight gags. Some nice panels here and there but the art is more serviceable than ground-breaking. There are an awful lot of talking heads so maybe in future there will be more time to shine. Thumbs Up.
I found the characters, new and old to be just as good as in the first one and I loved both story lines in this one too. The one complaint I did have was that I didn't enjoy the art work by the additional artist they brought in for the last two comics of the series. I'm not sure why they had to do this and the art work is in no way terrible however I did find it a bit of a distraction so I will be deducting a star for this.
I also felt that they could have done more with Little Nina's character (the bad guy) in the second storyline too but it didn't take away from the storyline. I just would have liked to have seen her in action.
Overall a thoroughly enjoyable read for fans of The Boys. If you haven't read The Boys yet I suggest you start at the beginning though.
After reading this i thought what a waste of money i hope its not all down hill. I can say having read up to vol 6 that so far this is by far the worse one. But, stick with it because Vol 3 goes back to the quality you got for vol one.
I have leant this to a few friends and they all agree its the weakest one.
The trademark Ennis dialogue is still sharp, and the characters well defined but the ultraviolence feels a bit cheesy after a couple of decades.
I like the artwork by Robinson and Snejbjerg - Robinson's Killer the bulldog is especially vivid.
Garth has done and can do better than this.
The boys is fun, violent and the characters are flawless and one the most humorous series I have read. I really hope this becomes a TV show.
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Boyfriend got hooked on after reading the first one. Really good concept
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