Series: Y: The Last Man

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Y: The Last Man Vol. 1: Unmanned by Brian K. Vaughan1-5
Y: The Last Man Vol. 2: Cycles by Brian K. Vaughan6-10
Y: The Last Man Vol. 3: One Small Step by Brian K. Vaughan11-17
Y: The Last Man Vol. 4: Safeword by Brian K. Vaughan18-23
Y: The Last Man Vol. 5: Ring of Truth by Brian K. Vaughan24-31
Y: The Last Man Vol. 6: Girl on Girl by Brian K. Vaughan32-36
Y: The Last Man Vol. 7: Paper Dolls by Brian K. Vaughan37-42
Y: The Last Man Vol. 8: Kimono Dragons by Brian K. Vaughan43-48
Y: The Last Man Vol. 9: Motherland by Brian K. Vaughan49-54
Y: The Last Man Vol. 10: Whys and Wherefores by Brian Vaughan55-60
Y: The Last Man: The Deluxe Edition, Book 1 by Brian K. VaughanOmnibus 1-10
Y: The Last Man: The Deluxe Edition, Book 2 by Brian K. VaughanOmnibus 11-23
Y: The Last Man: The Deluxe Edition, Book 3 by Brian K. VaughanOmnibus 24-36
Y: The Last Man: The Deluxe Edition, Book 4 by Brian K. VaughanOmnibus 37-48
Y: The Last Man: The Deluxe Edition, Book 5 by Brian K. VaughanOmnibus 49-60

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  1. Fables, Vol. 2: Animal Farm by Bill Willingham (2003)
  2. Preacher Vol. 2: Until the End of the World by Garth Ennis (1997)
  3. Ex Machina: The First Hundred Days by Brian K. Vaughan (2005)
  4. 100 Bullets, Vol. 1: First Shot, Last Call by Brian Azzarello (2000)
  5. DMZ, Volume 01: On the Ground by Brian Wood (2006)
  6. Pride of Baghdad by Brian K. Vaughan (2006)
  7. We3 by Grant Morrison (2005)
  8. The Walking Dead, Volume 2: Miles Behind Us by Robert Kirkman (1900)
  9. Sweet Tooth Vol. 2: In Captivity by Jeff Lemire (2010)
  10. Transmetropolitan Vol. 05: Lonely City by Warren Ellis (2001)
  11. Saga of the Swamp Thing, Book 2 by Alan Moore (2009)
  12. V for Vendetta by Alan Moore (1989)
  13. Destiny: A Chronicle of Deaths Foretold by Alisa Kwitney (1997)
  14. Watchmen by Alan Moore (1987)
  15. The Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman (1991)

Series description

When a deadly plague kills every living thing with a Y chromosome, except Yorick and his pet monkey, things look pretty bad. Together they try to come to terms with being the only male members of any species alive, while attempting to find out what caused the plague in the first place.

Smart, sassy and filled with pop-culture references, Y: The Last Man is an award winning comic book series by Brian K Vaughan.

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