Girls #17

Writer: Joshua Luna Artist: Jonathan Luna Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Robert Murray Sep 22, 2006

    Speaking of Wes, one of the final scenes in issue #17 has a confrontation between him and the group of rogue men following the bear attack. The men accuse Wes of being controlled by the women from day one, which causes Wes to assert his authority over the group. As he points a gun at the men, urging them to follow him back to the house where the women are stationed, Ted approaches Wes with steeled eyes and punches him in the face. A fight ensues between the two, but eventually Ted bests Wes, beating him repeatedly and savagely until Wes is nearly unconscious. Obviously, Ted has not learned how to reign in his temper, but more importantly is the realization that he is resorting to the same brutality the girls employ. As a visual cue to the reader, as Ted is beating Wes senseless, the girls look on with emotionless faces, as if this is nothing new to their way of life. The group of Teds men leave the scene, now in harmony with savage nature rather than the female-led civilization. Read Full Review

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