Y: The Last Man #35

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Goran Sudzuka Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: July 6, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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The explosive conclusion of the 4-part "Girl on Girl." The good ship Whale makes its final stand against the crew's heavily armed pursuers, and countless women meet a watery grave. Will any of Yorick's companions survive? Plus, a woman from Yorick's past makes a startling reappearance.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 26, 2005

    Goran Sudzuka turns in another solid effort, but the destruction of the Whale wasn't all that impressive, as the ship looks perfectly fine when the art wasn't called upon to deliver one of the multiple explosions that are tearing the ship apart. I'm not asking for the place to look like a war zone, but the intensity of the issue would have been heightened if the environment around our cast members had been a little less inviting. The action movie fan in me was also a little curious as to why Agent 355 was going on about how impressive that shot was. I've been conditioned to accept that all one has to do to make one of those tanks explode is put a bullet in it, and the art seems to also be selling this idea, though perhaps if the art had gone all C.S.I. and followed the bullet inside the tank so we could see it hit the walnut-sized than I'd have been equally impressed. Still, the art does do a lovely job on the key emotional moments, from the scene where Yorick decides to play the h Read Full Review

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