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    Y: The Last Man: One Small Step Vol 3 (Last Man) (Paperback) By (artist) Pia Guerra, By (artist) Paul Chadwick, By (author) Brian K. Vaughan

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    DescriptionWritten by Brian K. Vaughan; Art by Pia Guerra, Jose Marza, Jr., and Paul Chadwick; Painted Cover by J.G. Jones The adventures of Yorick Brown continue in Y: THE LAST MAN: ONE SMALL STEP, collecting issues #11-17 of the critically acclaimed series. A Russian Soyuz capsule is coming down from the International Space Station carrying three passengers: one woman and two men. Could this be the end of Yorick's tenure as last living male?


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  • Still a Thumbs Up!4

    365 Graphic Novels This volume contains two stories. The first deals with the orbiting astronauts and is an OK piece of drama with a bit of action and some funny lines. The second story ditches all our main characters and focuses on a group of travelling players who decide what is needed is a contemporary play about the world after the plague. They decide to call it The Last Man after the little known Mary Shelly novel.

    Whilst I wasn't sure at first this is a radical step in storytelling and should be applauded. The play within a play feels very Shakespearian which is perfect as this is a tale about actors. It allows the author to express some ideas that wouldn't fit well foisted on his established characters. There is a brief but intelligent discussion on the role of art and women on the stage.

    The art is pretty standard apart from one night scene lit by a lantern that really stands out and shows the artist is capable of so much more than the deadlines will allow. Not the greatest volume but still a Thumbs Up! by 365 Graphic Novels

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