The Boys Definitive Edition Volume 2
ISBN: 152411345X
EAN13: 9781524113452
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 25, 2019
Pages: 376
Dimensions: 0.7086614" H x 10.15748" L x 6.692913" W
Weight: 1.741652 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Contains, The Boys Volume 3: Good for the Soul & The Boys Volume 4: We Wanna Go Now.

In The Boys, Vol. 3: Good for the Soul, everyone has something to get off their chest: Frenchie and the Female are up to something nasty with the Mafia, Mother's Milk goes to see his mom, Annie January wants a word with God himself, and Butcher enjoys yet another ghastly tryst with CIA Director Rayner. The Legend, meanwhile, offers to tell Hughie everything he wants to know about The Boys - all Hughie has to do is take a walk with the dead.

In the fourth Dynamite collection, 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?

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   over the top fun
In the second volume of the series, the over the top action and craziness of the supes continues to take off, as does the efforts of the boys to stop them. I also like the parody of the X-Men and the development of the characters. Overall, "X2" is a good gory story that skews the traditional superhero narrative.
   Amazing comic book, but readers expecting the TV show should be cautioned.
It's a great comic book with satirical elements that were before its time. If you enjoy the show, you will certainly enjoy this entire second season. It expands the universe past the constraints of the TV show, introducing a satirical take on the X-men and other series that the show hasn't exhibited yet. While I encourage any fans of the show to pick up the volumes of the comic series, do so with caution to your own sensibilities. Outside of that, it's fantastically written and drawn, and for me every single volume of this series was impossible to put down until I finished them. I highly recommend it for both comic book fans and fans of the Amazon series, but with the warning that it may be more than you think. 0 2622010 2622070 This is highly recommendable for both comic book fans and fans of the Amazon series, but with the warning that it may be more than you think.
   Great story, terrible packaging
It had 2 omnibuses, one with a corner bent and the other with a few pages. Even though I'm not a doctor, I can clearly tell how it came out.
   Interesting analogies
Loved the way the G-Men were an obvious allegory for the X-Men. The new kid on the block, "X-Men: The Last Stand." That was my goal, to get more of the terrorists killed. Get a tremendous kick of that dog, he said. Hughie, I think, needs to grow a pair. I would like to see more of Starlight come to market. Not surprisingly, The Seven has been a target for Hughie. I'll keep binging on it. That is, if the government won't let him get away with it.
   A good comic series
I had read them before, but decided to reread them and have a brother read them. A good and probably more realistic look at supers if they existed in mainstream media.
   Just keeps getting better and the final confrontation is handled brilliantly...and then topped by the colddhearted epilogue.
I would recommend this volume to any mature reader who revels in believing there is a hidden corporate malignancy behind the frustrations of everyday living, Michael Schweer writes.
   Great series... except ‘discreet’ is spelled wrong multiple times
I'm a huge fan of the show, and I love the writing. The guy who does the lettering needs to learn how to spell "discreet." He keeps writing 'discrete' and that's not the word he thinks he's using, it drives me crazy!! A total of 26 people were arrested for various drug offenses.