Y: The Last Man, Vol. 9: Motherland

Y: The Last Man, Vol. 9: Motherland

WINNER OF THREE EISNER AWARDS Featured in THE NEW YORK TIMES and on NPR, Y: THE LAST MAN is the gripping saga of Yorick Brown, an unemployed and unmotivated slacker who discovers he is the only male left in the world after a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y chromosome. Accompanied by his mischievous monkey, Ampersand, and the mysterious Agent 355, Yorick embarks on a transcontinental journey to find his long-lost girlfriend and discover why he is the last man on earth.

This volume of the critically acclaimed series features Yorick and Agent 355 preparing for their ultimate quest to reunite the last man with his lost love, while the person, people or thing behind the disaster that wiped out half of humanity is revealed! Collects issues #49-54 of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's award-winning Vertigo series.

Title:Y: The Last Man, Vol. 9: Motherland
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401213510
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    Y: The Last Man, Vol. 9: Motherland Reviews

  • Jayson

    Notes: Grade and review pending re-read. Collected review for volumes 9-10 can be found here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show.......

  • Bradley

    Any story needs to be held up to the yardstick of its wrap-up, and this is no slouch. I'm not used to seeing comics throw all their focus and love on a single idea after so much time has been spent on...

  • Matthew

    Same decent art. Same intriguing story. This series continues to bring it!I have been slowly working my way through this series but loving every minute of it. It is unique and odd and maybe not everyo...

  • Lindsay

    This is a tricky one to review, because while there's a lot I loved about it --- it's very satisfying in a narrative sense, with a lot of long-running threads resolved and tied together, and it gives ...

  • Brandon

    So without giving anything away here, we're given the long awaited answer to the plague. Well, it looks that way at this point. Anything can happen with this series (I don't mean that in a bad way). W...

  • Darth

    After reading nine volumes of this story, I've come to the conclusion that all the female characters are actually written very similarly. I think what annoys me most about these comics is that I know ...

  • Monsour

    The Y chromosome has been rationally self-destructing for hundreds of millions of years. It used to contain thousands of working genes, but was whittled down to just a few dozen even before the plague...

  • Lobeck

    In this volume we learn of a theory to explain why almost all people with the Y chromosome died. This story adds lots of historical details that we were never told before and allows the author create ...

  • M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews

    I can't say anything that hasn't already been said, so all I can say is that this was a enjoyable volume, and a good continuation of the Y series. ...

  • Nashid

    An absolutely crazy theory behind the 'event', more answers, more flashbacks, more journeys for the characters, the same dumb, insufferable asshole..........