Full Comic Story and Review/Recap for the critically acclaimed comic, Y: The Last Man – Volume 7: Paper Dolls initially released in trade paperback in 2006.
Paper Dolls (Issue 37-39) – The last man and his companions finally reach Australia. As Yorick searches Sydney for his long-lost girlfriend, Yorick encounters a dangerous new adversary who threatens to jeopardize more than just this reunion.
The Hour Of Our Death (Issue 40) – It’s been months since Yorick Brown left the United States, but in this special stand-alone issue, we revisit the many women the last man has left behind ? As well as a stunning development that will no doubt send shock waves through the unmanned world!
Buttons (Issue 41) – 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.
1,000 Typewriters (Issue 42) – This special stand-alone issue explores the past, present and future of Ampersand, the long-lost pet of the last man on earth. How did this male monkey end up with Yorick Brown, and where has the animal been since he was kidnapped by a mysterious Japanese assassin? Questions, answers and of course, monkeys abound!
Writer: Brian K. Vaughan
Artist: Pia Guerra, Goran Sudzuka
Inker: José Marzán Jr.
Letterer: Clem Robins
Covers: Massimo Carnevale
Publisher: Vertigo (DC Comics)
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1:01 Issue 37 – Paper Dolls (1 of 3)
7:50 Issue 38 – Paper Dolls (2 of 3)
16:20 Issue 39 – Paper Dolls (3 of 3)
27:02 Issue 40 – The Hour Of Our Death
34:51 Issue 41 – Buttons
44:16 Issue 42 – 1,000 Typewriters
50:16 Final Thoughts
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Intro & Outro Music by Illinois Brass Band “Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
Background music from Epidemic Sound.
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