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The Boys and The Seven rush towards what seems like the bloody conclusion to their long-standing conflict, while Hughie does his best to stick up for himself without giving too many secrets away. It might have been the greatest near-miss of all time… but then someone does something very, very stupid. “The first bad day,” says Frenchie of what follows. “Just the first.

Writer: Garth Ennis
Artist: Russ Braun
Colorist: Tony Avina
Covers: Darick Robertson

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%
Avg Rating: 3.9
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  1. Getting close to the end now, and after the cliffhanger last issue it looks like shit is about to get real. This book has crazy alternating highs and lows, but this current arc has been pretty strong so far. Too bad this book has faded from the spotlight, it’s a great story that has gone to some surprising places.

    • how many issues are left? this used to be my favorite book on the stands, but i started to lose interest. i just realized that i missed the last one…

  2. This one hurt. I love this book.

  3. Very sad issue.

  4. I got a death of 355 vibe from the cover and it still stung. I am going to miss this book.

  5. What a fucking prick Jack is. Things are definatly going to get worse before they get better from here on in.

  6. holy FRACK … wow … did NOT see that coming …

  7. Wow, did I call this last month or what…still hurts though.

  8. This was pretty damn good. Sad, and I can totally understand Butcher’s reaction.

    What did you all think of the “It ain’t me, son/ I’m somewhere else watchin’ it happen” line? And the repeated line. Pretty chilling. I could see Vinnie Jones as Butcher based on this.

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