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It's the dramatic conclusion you've been waiting for as Yorick is trapped in a small room stuck in a straight jacket. He explains to his clone things that had happened since his adventures ended in the last issue. In this very special 48-page issue.

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A proper finish. somewhat 0

 I really wanted to like this issue more. I mean I did like it, do not get me wrong on this one. It is just that what the issue is is a bit of a mess. There is a decent story there, but sometimes it is hidden by Brian K Vaughns insistance on trying to be clever. Instead of clever though, these moments seem pretensious.However, it does answer the all important question, "What happens next,"  It does it well also. That is this issues saving grace. If you have not picked up this series, by all mean...

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Bravo 0

Y: The Last Man is my all-time favorite series from any company. It's a premise in which you have certain expectations of what is going to happen to the main character, and as you read, you quickly learn none of that is going to happen. An amazing end to an amazing book, start to finish. How many times have you read a final issue of a book and someone important dies, rides off into the sunset, or tells the story of their life to their children? Too many times. Y:TLM #60 takes a different road fo...

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