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In the aftermath of VAC's first superhero combat trial, Greg Mallory finds himself cast adrift- until the opportunity for vengeance suddenly presents itself. A clandestine organization arises with the coming of the cold war, and Mallory finds himself playing spymaster... with no inkling of the moral compromise he'll eventually be forced to make. Sixty years of the Boys' secret history continues, in part three of Barbary Coast.

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A history lesson, but one you won't want to sleep through 0

These past couple issues of The Boys have both disgusted and intrigued me at the same time. Inside, we've been getting a closer look into the origins of The Boys beyond the current team; it's been a bit of a historical rollercoaster, but a good one, at that. The Good This issue was a great one because of the exposition we get into the insights of the original anti-super super, Mallory. As he explains the series of events that lead to the formation of The Boys, we really get more than a timeline:...

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