The Boys #63

The Boys #63

Writer: Garth Ennis Artist: Russ Braun Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: February 1, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Everything comes to a head at once as Frenchie and the Female take on Team Titanic, Maeve and Annie have a heart to heart and Hughie comes face to face with the reason he joined the Boys in the first place. Vought-American are suddenly ready to parley, but with the White House in new hands and the Homelander's plans finally kicking in, is Butcher in any mood to listen?"Now this is what I've needed. Finally, Butcher and Hughie are back together. This is what makes this book great. The interaction between these two is priceless." - A Comic Book Blog"The Boys is worth the pick up almost every month especially if your looking to spice up your steady diet of superhero with something a little bit more superhero/indy." - Tres Komikeros"The payoff is right around the corner!" - Biff! Bam! Crash!

  • 9.0
    A Comic Book Blog - Victor Kutsenok Feb 3, 2012

    Finally, after over five years, Hughie has nutted up and become a man. Finally, he has taken a life solely for vengeance and with pure anger. Our little boy is all grown up. Finally, after over five years, Butcher is taking out the Seven. Finally, after over five years, we learn Vought Executive's name. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Ryan K. Lindsay Feb 1, 2012

    "The Boys" is a book scary in its ability to amaze you on such varied levels. The violence is school yard fun while the conniving and plotting behind it all are extremely adult. The gags can be juvenile while the emotional character arcs tend to be more mature and heartbreaking. It seems that the more serious matters get in this book, the better the stories become. Right here, as we face down the end of it all, things are deadly serious and that bodes well for the content and quality to come in the coming months. Everything "The Boys" does well is showcased right here in one issue. Read Full Review

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