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Y The Last Man Deluxe Edition Book Two Hardcover – May 12 2009

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  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Vertigo; De Luxe edition edition (May 12 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401222358
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401222352
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 2.4 x 28.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 939 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,386 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Innovative and unique, Y is a comic unlike anything going from either big-production houses today."

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brent L TOP 500 REVIEWER on Jan. 16 2014
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Take a chance. Buy this series. You will really, really, like it.

When this series was on the stands, I sort of look a look and never really got into it. Sure, the art was good, it was sort of an original idea, but honestly it didn't grab me.

Cut to years later and either my tastes changed or my curiosity got the better of me; either way I am glad.

Having had the series suggested and recommended to me by numerous people, I saw Deluxe Edition Book One on sale on Amazon and decided "What the Hey" and ordered it.

I was not even a quarter of the way through it when I ordered the other four books.

It has been a VERY long time since I have found a series where my main disappointment at the end of a book is that it is over. I devoured these, and then at the end of Book Five had to sit there and go "Awww, man...".

The story reaches an end, and it is a good one, but I found myself still wanting time with those characters. I wanted to know what happened to so many of them, and how they turned out. The snippets and hints were not enough.

The writing will draw you in. The art will keep you there page after page.

Trust me: If you are going to get one of these compilations, just do yourself a big favor and get all five at once.
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By Josh on Aug. 14 2014
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After the first book I was divided on whether or not I would continue the series, there were moments I liked and others I didn't (a straight 50/50). I decided to try the second and make my decision on if I would care to finish this much lauded series. I wasn't disappointed. I enjoyed most every page. The dialogue, art, storyline and this time around: the humor was all what I was expecting when first arriving on the frontier of a post-male world. My only gripe, and the reason this isn't five stars, is the artistic style of Goran Parlov's on 'Widows Peak'. It partially spoiled what is otherwise a great piece of work. Each and every character suddenly displayed a set of massive teeth, and at certain points literally look as though they're mentally handicapped; it was lost on me why the talents of Pia Guerra or Paul Chadwick weren't called upon again to continue their authentic illustration of this increasingly entertaining story. Despite this, I'll likely devour the final few deluxe editions.

But still....

Why Goran..? Whyy?

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By Wade A TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 23 2013
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This series so far as I pick it up has been a breath of fresh air! I love the apocalyptic setting they've given this series. It's a very nice change of pace from the zombie end of the world scenario that has hit it big lately. Nice to come back to a creatiive and well balanced idea. It offers a steady amount of comedic relief while keeping you on edge and learning much about it's characters. I highly suggest reading this series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Derek J. Leclair on June 15 2009
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Excellent Novel. the only downfall is that it takes so long for the next book to come out. Overall for the book 10 out of 10
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
The superior edition of one of the hottest graphic novel series! Oct. 9 2009
By Chip Hunter - Published on
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*Y: The Last Man, Deluxe edition, Vol 2*

This high-quality, full-sized, hardcover collects the third and fourth volumes of the 10-volume series. For collectors, these 'deluxe' editions are certainly worth waiting for, and at about the same price as buying both TBPs, there is very little to discourage you here. Removable dust covers, larger format, high-quality pages, and a little extra artwork are nice, but throw in the little bonus that each of these editions has at the end (the written script for one of the episodes in this one) and you've got a real treat for "Y" enthusiasts. Personally, I'm glad I waited on this series for the release of these deluxe editions.

Deluxe edition volume 2 starts out with One Small Step, where Yorick, Dr. Mann, and Agent 355 learn about possible male survivors on the International Space Station that are about to crash land in the Mid-West. This story arc introduces a couple of new characters, including a sharp-shooting Russian that promises to play a role in future volumes, and strengthens the role of Alter, the Israeli special ops commander that has some seriously big plans for Yorick. "One Small Step" maintains the same 'on-the-run' feel that the series started with, and lives up to readers' expectations. [5-stars]

The second story arc in this volume is "Comedy and Tragedy", where we follow a troupe of actors trying to make their mark on the new world by putting on a play about (You guessed it!) the last man on the planet. This story didn't do too much for me personally, but had its moments. It did introduce a shadowy new ninja-like character that I'm sure we'll learn more about in future volumes, but remains a complete mystery at the end of this one. [3-stars]

This volume finishes with perhaps the most popular story arc in the "Y" library, Safeword. Here the story takes a serious turn toward the dark side with some frankly unsettling scenes of mental and physical torture, disturbing hallucinations and flashbacks, and plenty of bloodshed. The story relates Yorick's stay with 355's old friend 711, as well as the gang's travels across Arizona, where they meet another F'd-up militia group that needs dealing with. Very exciting and much more serious-seeming than previous story arcs, "Safeword" grabs you and never lets go the whole way through. Some of the best writing and illustrating I've ever seen. [5-stars]

Overall, this is a more than pleasing edition in the "Y" series, and shouldn't be missed by any fan of graphic novels. Watch and be mesmerized as Vaughan reveals Yorick's adventures through a world full of almost exclusively hot girls. Highly Recommended.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Amazing Feb. 14 2012
By Eddard Stark - Published on
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After reading a lot of the Invincible series, this series was recommended to me. I was instantly drawn in. The reason I reviewed the second was to make the point that the first may have been amazing, but the level of production doesn't drop at ALL. I finished the first three in a weekend, and am waiting on the fourth to get to my door.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Second part of a great graphic novel Sept. 16 2011
By Amitraghatta - Published on
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Once you start with the "Y:The last man" graphic novel, you can't stop. Therefore this second book is a more than needed step in this thrilling epic adventure. I had bought the first book in one of my trips and, after 1h, I knew I had to go to Amazon to buy (urgently) the rest of the novel. Highly recommended.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By BlagoSucks - Published on
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I try to read just about every graphic novel out there... but this series sets the bar above so much higher than the rest! First off, the story is incredible... a world dominated by females simply because there are no males left alive, except one. To put this simply, the world is falling apart at the seems, and factions of women are fighting each other for power and control. There are parts of this book that will literally leave the reader (at least it did for me) with their jaw down... it has images that feels like a machine pressed stamped it in your head). All of the human elements of humor, romance, mystery, violence, death, destruction, power, greed, and compassion are brought forth brilliantly.

Put simply, I loved this book and had no real intention of classifying it as one of the best until after I read it!!! I simply couldn't get enough of this series, so I purchased the next one immediately and continued my journey in the lonely existance of thinking, what would it be like to be the last guy left in a world that has gone completely nuts!!! GREAT BOOK and a MUST HAVE in any graphic novel collection!

I seriously hope this gets made into a film someday because its story of humanity should resonate through every living person.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Enjoying It Oct. 16 2013
By Monica - Published on
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I have always picked deluxe editions, absolutes, and omnibuses just for pure money reason. And this was another comic book I found when look for a long running series to follow. I always seem to read through Y:The Last Man books in one sitting. The story, the concept and the characters I enjoy all of it so far.