This volume beautifully shows all the characters story arcs, tying off some, touching on others and moving others forward too. The artwork has some really beautiful moments t-shirts too including a 355 origin story that makes use of colouring to compliment the characters development.
Whilst we aren't on the home straight quite yet we are definitely getting a sense that the end is drawing near. We are moving toward the source of the plague, we have a lead on Beth (even if Yorick is too dumb to realise it), and the loose ends with Hero et al are being tied up.
We get to learn more about 355 and her back-story; Ampersand too, and about the mysterious Ninja. Although this is a short volume it certainly accomplishes much and there are some perils set up for the future too.
The art is still sturdy and reliable but nothing dramatic this volume. Thumbs Up!
This is anothere great entry in the Y:The Last Man series although it doesn't have an overarching plot like the other books in the series so far. Its more set up for future storylines and some tantalising background on various people. Don't start with this one. Start with Unmanned.
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