Collects Y: The Last Man #11-17
When a plague of unknown origin instantly kills every mammal with a Y chromosome, unemployed and unmotivated slacker Yorick Brown suddenly discovers that he is the only male left in a world inhabited solely by women. Accompanied by his mischievous monkey... read more
Yorick Brown is the last man on Earth…but is he the last man in the solar system? That question is raised when a mysterious visitor lands on top of Yorick’s speeding train. Plus, the identity of the shadowy informant is finally revealed.
Take three astronauts, one surface-to-air missile launcher, and a pair of Mossad-issue handcuffs…and you’d only have half the ingredients of the last man on earth’s most dangerous escape act.
In part 1 of the 2-part “Comedy & Tragedy,” find out what art and entertainment might be like in a world without men. The female performers of the Fish & Bicycle Traveling Theater Company are doing what they can to carry on, but what...
It’s opening night of the all-female Fish & Bicycle Theater Company’s controversial new play. But if a mysterious visitor from Japan gets her way, the show may have the shortest run in the history of modern drama. When the curtain finally...
“Agent 355: "Fuck Communism"? What are you, a Cossack? Yorick: Oh, the engraving? It's from this thing I read back in high school, a, uh...a "graphic novel." You know, like a comic book? Agent 355: They can say "fuck" in comic books? Yorick: I guess. Agent 355: Jeez, they never said stuff like that in Superman.”Agent 355 & Yorick Brown
“Are you taunting me with a maniacal deathtrap? What are you, a Batman villain?”Yorick Brown
“"Sorry, ladies, I guess that's our cue. We like to storm into town, inflict maximum damage, and then disappear...like a KISS concert."”Yorick Brown
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