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The third bad day: as Hughie reels from the events of last issue, the trail leads him to the home of an old adversary thought long dead. Butcher gets in touch with a few details no one's yet considered, and Frenchie gives our hero a brutally honest rundown on his chances- before a lethal attack at the heart of the Boys' operation shatters the status quo forever. Hughie finally discovers exactly what he's doing, in part four of The Bloody Doors Off.

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This issue makes you want to cry. You know what is coming, it is what makes this story so compelling and really drives everything home for the conclusion. If you have made it this far in the series you know what to expect even if you don't want to admit it. This is as good as it gets in comics, not only has Garth Ennis written a great satire on the super hero world but he has made that world his own, giving us all characters we feel attachments to, ones we can identify with. And just like it rea...

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