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The Boys, Vol. 4 by Garth Ennis

The Boys, Vol. 4 (edition 2009)

by Garth Ennis (Author), Darick Robertson (Artist)

Series: The Boys (4)

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Title:The Boys, Vol. 4
Authors:Garth Ennis (Author)
Other authors:Darick Robertson (Artist)
Info:Dynamite Entertainment (2009), 184 pages
Collections:Your library, Read but unowned

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The Boys Volume 4: We Gotta Go Now by Garth Ennis



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Wee Hughie gets to go undercover with the "junior" G-Men and finds some very nasty secrets in the darkness of the G-Mansion. Although the idea with this volume is good - to see how the G-Men start and are trained - most of it becomes some odd and nasty spin on Animal House. To me, there is too little The Boys and way too many different superheros and superhero groups to keep track of - I have a hard time caring when the storyline is so frazzled. It's a shame as this series has been very interesting so far. Not sure yet if I'll continue reading. ( )
  -Eva- | Sep 30, 2017 |
vol. 4
  hapaxes | Dec 31, 2013 |
D-It's really jarring when John Higgons steps in for Darick Robertson, particularly on issue 6. His take on Hughie and The Female is really different, and I just didn't care for it. ( )
  bramon | Feb 20, 2010 |
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"They're outcasts. Renegades. Rogues. Outsiders. They're the world's most profitable superheroes. They're the G-Men. But all is not well with mysterious millionaire John Godolkin's band of misfits. Silver Kincaid, one of the original G-Men, has just committed suicide in the most public and grotesque way imaginable. That's not good news for Vought-American's number one franchise, with G-Force, G-Coast, G-Style, G-Wiz, the G-Brits and the G-Nomads all depending on their slice of the G-pie. There's far too much at stake for anyone to go poking around the G-Mansion now. Who knows what dirty secrets might be waiting down there in the dark? So it's just too bad that Butcher, Hughie, Mother's Milk, the Frenchman and the Female have decided to do precisely that. Even if they risk finally biting off much, much more than they can chew" -- from publsiher's web site.

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