At last, the long-awaited origin of Agent 355, loyal protector of the Last Man on Earth! In this special stand-alone issue, the secrets of the mysterious Culper Ring and its most famous female agent are finally revealed.
Y is rarely capital "G" Great; it is, however, completely reliable. That wouldn't be enough if it wasn't also consistently clever, compelling and, on occasion, moving. This was in every respect a perfectly average issue, prompting me to (continue to) look forward to the next one. Read Full Review
Stand-alone issues have been used to great effect in Y: The Last Man and other Vertigo series like Lucifer to provide background stories and to catch up with supporting characters. Here, though, 355's origin feels like a bit of a lull, contributing little to the ongoing adventure and not compelling enough to warrant a break in the action. It's a good read, but fails to leave a strong impression, one of the few issues in the entire series to miss that mark. The main impact of this issue is that it leaves the reader impatient, rather than eager, for the next installment. Read Full Review
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