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Boys #35 mothers milk sketch

Boys #35 mothers milk sketch

$19.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Writer: GARTH ENNIS
Penciller/Inker: CARLOS EZQUERRA
Stormfront: the super-nazi, the Aryan demigod, the worst of the Third Reich's racial dreams come true... versus what's left of The Boys. Can our ragged little band defeat this dreadful ubermensch? Will the Female ever awaken from her coma? Will the cavalry arrive in time, or ever? All this and more, in the bone-snapping, gut-rupturing conclusion to The Self Preservation Society
Date Available: 10/14/2009
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

I reach out, at times, for different books, to see what keeps them on the shelves. So I tried The Boys and their characters, characters I had only seen (and hated) in a Comic Book Defense Fund comic. But give them a chance, I thought. Now, 10 issues later, I’m hooked, and this one, featuring the origin of the character Mother’s Milk, and how he got the name, explains why. Garth’s scripts a universe of pure selfishness, where people strive to live up to their ideals but inevitably fall victim to the spiteful and mean pursuits of the flesh instead. It’s a cruel, honest world, and he gives it an unfarnished, For-Mature-Readers-Only outlook, keeping it fresh and liberating. So here’s one to test the waters…or should I say, test the milk?
I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Writer: GARTH ENNIS
Penciller/Inker: CARLOS EZQUERRA
Stormfront: the super-nazi, the Aryan demigod, the worst of the Third Reich's racial dreams come true... versus what's left of The Boys. Can our ragged little band defeat this dreadful ubermensch? Will the Female ever awaken from her coma? Will the cavalry arrive in time, or ever? All this and more, in the bone-snapping, gut-rupturing conclusion to The Self Preservation Society
Date Available: 10/14/2009
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

I reach out, at times, for different books, to see what keeps them on the shelves. So I tried The Boys and their characters, characters I had only seen (and hated) in a Comic Book Defense Fund comic. But give them a chance, I thought. Now, 10 issues later, I’m hooked, and this one, featuring the origin of the character Mother’s Milk, and how he got the name, explains why. Garth’s scripts a universe of pure selfishness, where people strive to live up to their ideals but inevitably fall victim to the spiteful and mean pursuits of the flesh instead. It’s a cruel, honest world, and he gives it an unfarnished, For-Mature-Readers-Only outlook, keeping it fresh and liberating. So here’s one to test the waters…or should I say, test the milk?
I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams
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