Boys #47 (2007)

Boys #47 (2007)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by GARTH ENNIS
Art by RUSS BRAUN
Cover by DARICK ROBERTSON

And it all comes tumbling down... Hughie's nightmare begins as he finds out the last and terrible truth about Annie, with Butcher watching carefully from the sidelines. The Homelander calls a secret gathering of the clans- and marks the occasion with a particularly gruesome blood sacrifice. MATURE THEMES
Date Available: 10/06/2010
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

After this issue, it looks undeniable that a big confrontation is waiting around the corner. Garth Ennis has crafted the whole series to get to this point, and it’s difficult to give a sufficient synopsis on it. I’ll just say that The Boys are group that is devoted to stopping the multitude of super humans flitting around, and a plan by one of those super humans to unite the fraternity starts in this issue. The comic is graphic, it’s raw, and Garth is violent against his protagonists—their super-society is twisted, but each proganist tries, despite the reality of life, to grab on to something nobler. This issue gives the reason for the Highland Laddies miniseries, and marks a turning point in the series. A great issue, and it’s why I continue to buy this comic.
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by GARTH ENNIS
Art by RUSS BRAUN
Cover by DARICK ROBERTSON

And it all comes tumbling down... Hughie's nightmare begins as he finds out the last and terrible truth about Annie, with Butcher watching carefully from the sidelines. The Homelander calls a secret gathering of the clans- and marks the occasion with a particularly gruesome blood sacrifice. MATURE THEMES
Date Available: 10/06/2010
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

After this issue, it looks undeniable that a big confrontation is waiting around the corner. Garth Ennis has crafted the whole series to get to this point, and it’s difficult to give a sufficient synopsis on it. I’ll just say that The Boys are group that is devoted to stopping the multitude of super humans flitting around, and a plan by one of those super humans to unite the fraternity starts in this issue. The comic is graphic, it’s raw, and Garth is violent against his protagonists—their super-society is twisted, but each proganist tries, despite the reality of life, to grab on to something nobler. This issue gives the reason for the Highland Laddies miniseries, and marks a turning point in the series. A great issue, and it’s why I continue to buy this comic.
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams
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