Y: The Last Man #28

Y: The Last Man #28

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Pia Guerra Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: November 3, 2004 Cover Price: $2.95 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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"Ring of Truth" Part 2 of 5. As Yorick fights for his life, Dr. Mann and
Agent 355 attempt to figure out why he survived the plague and whether the mystical Amulet of Helene played any role. This issue features an 8-page preview for the new monthly series TRIGGER, offered in next month's Previews!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 12, 2004

    Pia Guerra is about as perfect an artist as one could hope to find on a monthly title, as the art is a perfect match for the overall tone of the title, the issues ship on time, and best of all the art clearly understands how to deliver the big impact moments, such as the final page confrontation. Pia Guerra also gets the opportunity to step a bit outside the box, as the opening sequence of this issue is a sci-fi adventure strip, and the art has some fun playing with the visual clichs of this genre, as I love the fact that the alien ship looked like a cheap television set. The cover also manages to nicely capture the cheesy quality of Yorick's space adventure. The art also manages to convey the little details quite nicely like the scene where Hero's vision is briefly shared with the readers, which manages to effectively sell how far around the bend she is. There's also a cute little moment where Ampersand tries to perch on Agent 355's shoulder. Read Full Review

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