Y: The Last Man: Ring of Truth Vol 5

Y: The Last Man: Ring of Truth Vol 5

Book rating: 04 Paperback Last Man

By (artist) José Marzán, By (artist) Pia Guerra, By (author) Barbara Vaughan, By (author) Brian K. Vaughn

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  • Publisher: DC Comics
  • Format: Paperback | 144 pages
  • Dimensions: 166mm x 258mm x 14mm | 299g
  • Publication date: 1 August 2005
  • ISBN 10: 1401204872
  • ISBN 13: 9781401204877
  • Edition statement: Revised ed.
  • Sales rank: 11,234

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Written by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Pia Guerra & Jose Marzan, Jr. Cover by Massimo Carnevale Collecting issues #24-31 of the runaway hit series! Yorick's unbalanced sister Hero tracks him to San Francisco, only to find him seemingly succumbing to the male-killing plague after losing his still-unused engagement ring to agents of the Setauket Ring. On sale January 2

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By 365 Graphic Novels 06 May 2012 4

After sex must come religion. The first of the three stories is about religion, more specifically the male dominated catholic faith. This is part list of facts and part rant but it is well told through someone Yorick meets on his travels and his desire to confess his sin from the previous volume. It is a good story which asks excellent questions, has warm human emotions and puts Yorick in a difficult position. Everything a story should do.

The next tales are concerned with moving the plot along. We get some new information on the plague, get reunited with someone and have the whole world put in jeopardy. This is pretty much all action and it is in danger of selling out to become a Hollywood blockbuster. Hopefully things will swing back the other way and we will regain some of the emotion and philosophising that Y does so well.

The art is still up to par but doesn't outshine the story. There are some nice instances of showing not telling and the word to art ratio is strongly in favour of the art. Although there are three stories and this is a thick volume it still whizzes by at a thrilling pace. Thumbs Up!