Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned

Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned

"Y" is none other than unemployed escape artist Yorick Brown (his father was a Shakespeare buff), and he's seemingly the only male human left alive after a mysterious plague kills all Y-chromosome carriers on earth. But why are he and his faithful companion, the often testy male monkey Ampersand, still alive? He sets out to find the answer (and his girlfriend), while runni "Y" is none other than unemployed escape artist Yorick Brown (his father was a Shakespeare buff), and he's seemingly the ...

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Title:Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned
Author:Brian K. Vaughan
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:130 pages pages

Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned Reviews

  • J.G. Keely
    May 27, 2007

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

  • Rincey
    Nov 16, 2014

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

  • Jamie
    May 02, 2008

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

    Prvo sto bilo koga privuce ovom stripu jeste sama postavka; sta ako sve musko umre na ovom svettu, odnosno skoro sve. Pored interesantne ideje ovde imamo i interesantne likove, fine dijaloge sa dovoljno sarkazma i humora kao i naravno odlicne crteze. Sada samo da se nadam da ce o...

    Maybe more like 3.5 stars, but this was pretty good. Yorick is a bit daft, but I have a feeling there's room for growth here. It's the end of the world and somehow all the males are dead (except for Yorick and his male "assistant" shoulder monkey), and instead of a zombie apocalyps...

    A world with no Y chromosome... more like the perfect world!... AM I RIGHT???!!? ;) READ THIS REVIEW AND OTHERS OVER ON OUR BLOG: Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read ...

    Now that I've finished the series (well, the first 9 books -- the 10th is unavailable to me), I'll write a bit about how I feel about the series as a whole. I really wanted to hate this series. It is incredibly sexist in so many ways, and I started taking notes on some of the more r...

  • Felicia
    Feb 07, 2009

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

  • Nancy
    Sep 21, 2010

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

  • Bruce
    Sep 13, 2008

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

  • Brad
    Dec 22, 2011

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

  • Michael
    Nov 28, 2010

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    Jan 30, 2015

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

  • Maxwell
    May 11, 2015

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

  • Erin
    Dec 27, 2008

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

  • Brandon
    Sep 19, 2011

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

    Prvo sto bilo koga privuce ovom stripu jeste sama postavka; sta ako sve musko umre na ovom svettu, odnosno skoro sve. Pored interesantne ideje ovde imamo i interesantne likove, fine dijaloge sa dovoljno sarkazma i humora kao i naravno odlicne crteze. Sada samo da se nadam da ce o...

    Maybe more like 3.5 stars, but this was pretty good. Yorick is a bit daft, but I have a feeling there's room for growth here. It's the end of the world and somehow all the males are dead (except for Yorick and his male "assistant" shoulder monkey), and instead of a zombie apocalyps...

    A world with no Y chromosome... more like the perfect world!... AM I RIGHT???!!? ;) READ THIS REVIEW AND OTHERS OVER ON OUR BLOG: Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read ...

    Now that I've finished the series (well, the first 9 books -- the 10th is unavailable to me), I'll write a bit about how I feel about the series as a whole. I really wanted to hate this series. It is incredibly sexist in so many ways, and I started taking notes on some of the more r...

    All the men are dead. Yorick Brown remains after a mysterious virus eliminates every last thing with a Y chromosome. While he?s expected to do his part in figuring out why he survived, he?s mainly concerned with finding his would-be fiancé in the outback of Australia. This w...

  • Bradley
    Jun 02, 2018

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

  • Melki
    Jan 17, 2013

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

  • Ezgi Tülü
    May 28, 2016

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

  • StoryTellerShannon
    Jan 08, 2012

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

  • David - proud Gleeman in Branwen's adventuring party
    Oct 20, 2012

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

  • Irena
    Aug 03, 2012

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

  • Whitney Atkinson
    Aug 01, 2017

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

  • Neja
    May 12, 2014

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

  • Matthew
    Feb 18, 2017

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

  • João Carlos
    Nov 05, 2017

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

    Prvo sto bilo koga privuce ovom stripu jeste sama postavka; sta ako sve musko umre na ovom svettu, odnosno skoro sve. Pored interesantne ideje ovde imamo i interesantne likove, fine dijaloge sa dovoljno sarkazma i humora kao i naravno odlicne crteze. Sada samo da se nadam da ce o...

    Maybe more like 3.5 stars, but this was pretty good. Yorick is a bit daft, but I have a feeling there's room for growth here. It's the end of the world and somehow all the males are dead (except for Yorick and his male "assistant" shoulder monkey), and instead of a zombie apocalyps...

    A world with no Y chromosome... more like the perfect world!... AM I RIGHT???!!? ;) READ THIS REVIEW AND OTHERS OVER ON OUR BLOG: Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read ...

    Now that I've finished the series (well, the first 9 books -- the 10th is unavailable to me), I'll write a bit about how I feel about the series as a whole. I really wanted to hate this series. It is incredibly sexist in so many ways, and I started taking notes on some of the more r...

    All the men are dead. Yorick Brown remains after a mysterious virus eliminates every last thing with a Y chromosome. While he?s expected to do his part in figuring out why he survived, he?s mainly concerned with finding his would-be fiancé in the outback of Australia. This w...

    Y for the male chromosome (XX is for female). One day, suddenly all men die and after that the world goes on without them. One major problem is that men are needed for reproduction, so the world seemd to come to a certain (dead) end. Our hero is a guy - who - unlike all the other me...

    ?Y: O Último Homem, Vol. 1: Um Mundo Sem Homens? é o primeiro volume de uma série de dez escrito por Brian K. Vaughan (n. 1976) ? autor e produtor da série televisiva Perdidos/Lost, reputado e premiado escritor de inúmeras novelas gráficas, onde se inclui a série ?Saga...

  • Estelle
    Jul 21, 2013

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

  • Anna
    Oct 29, 2014

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

    Prvo sto bilo koga privuce ovom stripu jeste sama postavka; sta ako sve musko umre na ovom svettu, odnosno skoro sve. Pored interesantne ideje ovde imamo i interesantne likove, fine dijaloge sa dovoljno sarkazma i humora kao i naravno odlicne crteze. Sada samo da se nadam da ce o...

    Maybe more like 3.5 stars, but this was pretty good. Yorick is a bit daft, but I have a feeling there's room for growth here. It's the end of the world and somehow all the males are dead (except for Yorick and his male "assistant" shoulder monkey), and instead of a zombie apocalyps...

    A world with no Y chromosome... more like the perfect world!... AM I RIGHT???!!? ;) READ THIS REVIEW AND OTHERS OVER ON OUR BLOG: Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read ...

    Now that I've finished the series (well, the first 9 books -- the 10th is unavailable to me), I'll write a bit about how I feel about the series as a whole. I really wanted to hate this series. It is incredibly sexist in so many ways, and I started taking notes on some of the more r...

    All the men are dead. Yorick Brown remains after a mysterious virus eliminates every last thing with a Y chromosome. While he?s expected to do his part in figuring out why he survived, he?s mainly concerned with finding his would-be fiancé in the outback of Australia. This w...

    Y for the male chromosome (XX is for female). One day, suddenly all men die and after that the world goes on without them. One major problem is that men are needed for reproduction, so the world seemd to come to a certain (dead) end. Our hero is a guy - who - unlike all the other me...

  • Brian Yahn
    Oct 26, 2016

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

  • Lᴀʏᴀ  Rᴀɴɪ
    Sep 16, 2016

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

  • Angela
    Aug 03, 2015

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

    Prvo sto bilo koga privuce ovom stripu jeste sama postavka; sta ako sve musko umre na ovom svettu, odnosno skoro sve. Pored interesantne ideje ovde imamo i interesantne likove, fine dijaloge sa dovoljno sarkazma i humora kao i naravno odlicne crteze. Sada samo da se nadam da ce o...

    Maybe more like 3.5 stars, but this was pretty good. Yorick is a bit daft, but I have a feeling there's room for growth here. It's the end of the world and somehow all the males are dead (except for Yorick and his male "assistant" shoulder monkey), and instead of a zombie apocalyps...

    A world with no Y chromosome... more like the perfect world!... AM I RIGHT???!!? ;) READ THIS REVIEW AND OTHERS OVER ON OUR BLOG: Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read Southern Bred Southern Read ...

  • Daniel
    Jan 19, 2018

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

    Prvo sto bilo koga privuce ovom stripu jeste sama postavka; sta ako sve musko umre na ovom svettu, odnosno skoro sve. Pored interesantne ideje ovde imamo i interesantne likove, fine dijaloge sa dovoljno sarkazma i humora kao i naravno odlicne crteze. Sada samo da se nadam da ce o...

  • ||Swaroop||
    Jul 21, 2018

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

  • Sh3lly (grumpybookgrrrl)
    Mar 17, 2015

    In typical comic book male-centric fashion, this series wonders what life would be like if all men died spontaneously...except for one. I suppose if we're trying to put ourselves in the head of an early-nineties comic book reading teen, this might feel innovative. Unfortunately, I ...

    Yorick Brown is that guy who can't hold down a job. Plays with magic..and he is the last man on earth. Something has killed off everything male on the planet. He and his pet monkey are all that's left. Now gangs of women called the Amazons, a bunch of Republicans and his brain...

    So there's this thing that happens in post-apocalypse stories that I need to talk to you about. You know how in a zombiepocalypse story we occassionally receive hints that it might be better for the women to stay safe so they can make babies? Usually it's only hints, and the male c...

    Ok so maybe it's just me but I found this series to be incredibly chauvinist. I know I'm gonna get flamed for it, so many ppl rave about it. I APPRECIATED IT but the premise and execution and what the women were doing, boy oh boy. I'm gonna shut up and not review this. Check box'd....

    I discovered this series randomly while looking through graphic novels on Hoopla. I had never heard of it before but recognized the author. The premise sounded interesting (view spoiler)[something kills all but one man on the planet (hide spoiler)] so I decided to give it a go. I ...

    Well, I get why everyone LOOOVES this book but some of it just rubbed me the wrong way. Like I don't understand why the entire world just stops functioning completely. Are there no female engineers or scientists or electricians in the entirety of the world? ...

    This book is such a neat concept, but there's 4 things I'm stuck on. 1. it's a book about a world run by women after all the men die, yet it's still told from the POV of a man because conveniently !!!! one survives. I think I would have loved this more if we were given a story of a ...

    I haven?t read a comic book since I was a child, saving my measly allowance for Archie and his friends. Once I discovered my mother?s Harold Robbins novels, I never went back to comics?until now. A number of my Goodreads friends enjoy graphic novels (as they are called now), s...

    The story started out so well: fast-paced, intriguing..I can see it's a dude comic, the main character ends up being the last man left on a planet full of allll kinds of women! No matter what kind of an ugly twat you might wanna be, some woman will want you. Yessss! I see half-naked b...

    Y: The Last Man has a great premise -- all males (of every species) suddenly die -- except one. The story focuses on the lone male survivor and is an unraveling of why / how he survived the mysterious scourge. It helps that the last man standing is humorous and likable like so many ...

    What if all the men, except one young man and his male monkey pet, were wiped out all over the world and nobody knew why exactly? That's the setup for volume one of this series that takes a look at gender issues and progressive science versus a natural order of things. I like that the ...

    "In the summer of 2002, a plague of unknown origin destroyed every last sperm, fetus, and fully developed mammal with a Y chromosome..." an interesting premise and a solid start... looking forward to the rest of the series... Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned is about the only ma...

    Wow! I knew this was going to be good, but I'm actually blown away. I need Volume 2!! ...

    If you are a woman, You might have to sleep with me Since I'm the Last Man on Earth And there ain't nothing wrong with me Loudon Wainwright III Meet Yorick, an unemployed English major with moderate-to-poor computer skills. He lives on ramen noodles. And, oh yeah, his hobby is...

    I've read so much here and elsewhere about how brilliant this series is, and from the two books I've read, I'm afraid I can't agree. The concept (plague instantaneously kills all Y-chromosome mammals -- except a guy named Yorick and his pet capuchin monkey -- around the globe without w...

    This is the first graphic novel I've read, so far. Because after this one..I'm hooked! Yorick is a young guy, wondering where is his place on this planet. He can't find a job, he loves magic and his girlfriend, Beth. She travelled to Australia, to be all smart and to gain some experien...

    Ask a comic-book geek what the greatest graphic novel of all time was, and at least 9 out of 10 will tell you it's "Watchmen". And there's no denying Watchmen deserves the accolades it gets, as it quite effectively reinvented the graphic novel genre. However, if you asked THIS comic-bo...

    so - while i realize that the premise of this book is supposed to be stunning in overturning the stereotypical assumption that women without men will create a feminist/lesbian utopia, a la Herland, by proposing that left to their own devices, women would act like a bunch of goomba guys...

    A sort of reversal of the film 'Children of Men', Y the Last Man is sometimes difficult to take seriously. The storytelling itself is not bad, though it sometimes falls into the faults of Lost, with endless, predictable hardship. It is an interesting concept, and Vaughan at least conne...

    Solid start to a series. Last man, one male monkey, and a whole world of women. Fortunately, he's not much of a dick. Good with cracking locks and cracking jokes. I think he's going to leave the cracking of heads to his friends. :) What is UP with those Amazons? Such a shame that...

    Bask? biraz daha iyi olsayd? da, çizgiroman parçalara ayr?lmasayd? Hem ortadan ikiye ayr?ld?, hem de kapa?? (cildi) ile sayfalar? birbirinden ayr?ld? ayr?lacak Ne kadar zor olabilir düzgün yap??t?rmak ??? Onun d???nda çizgiroman?n kendisi epey iyi, konu ilg...

    This comic book series has received rave reviews for its rather satirical premise concerning the idea of the extinction of all mammals with the Y chromosome, and how the female population supposedly tries to deal with this global crisis. I've been intrigued by this series for four year...

    Ok, so overall I thought this was very intriguing, and I definitely care enough about the story to want to read the next volume. However, I did have a few weird issues with some of the content and depiction of certain characters. Also, because this came out in 2002, there are some aspe...

    Prvo sto bilo koga privuce ovom stripu jeste sama postavka; sta ako sve musko umre na ovom svettu, odnosno skoro sve. Pored interesantne ideje ovde imamo i interesantne likove, fine dijaloge sa dovoljno sarkazma i humora kao i naravno odlicne crteze. Sada samo da se nadam da ce o...

    Maybe more like 3.5 stars, but this was pretty good. Yorick is a bit daft, but I have a feeling there's room for growth here. It's the end of the world and somehow all the males are dead (except for Yorick and his male "assistant" shoulder monkey), and instead of a zombie apocalyps...