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As storm clouds gather, Vought-American enlist the mighty Team Titanic, but the Boys find themselves up against another super group entirely. Hughie finds Annie’s patience running thin, while MM struggles to resolve an embarrassing family crisis without alerting the rest of the team.

Meanwhile the Seven begin to fall apart, in part two of Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men.

Story by Garth Ennis
Art by Russ Braun
Cover by Darick Robertson

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  1. I read the preview on this and I seem to have been missing one hell of a comic book! I will going to the store today and not only picking up my subscription I will also nee to get this whole series picked up or the trades!! This sounds like a real awesome title!!’


    • I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. I’ve enjoyed the series since issue 1 and can’t wait to see how Ennis pulls it all together.

    • It is a very enjoyable series that will make your jaw drop more than once.

    • I picked up the first two trades last night and I will be reading them when I get home and the hype is killing me! I can’t believe I have not heard of this book sooner?? Anyway; I heard a rumor at the store that this title is going to end around issue #67??
      Does anyone know of this to be true? I am just getting started and now it will be over; Damn…figures.


    • I think this series ends at issue 70? Anyway, it’s a great book. The spin-off minis have been good, too.

    • 72 is the exact number I believe. Sometimes I read this and I am totally in awe of Ennis’ creativity and imagination. Rarely does an issue go by when I’m not laughing hysterically or blown away by the storytelling. That said, there were a few slowish issues after the mid-point and the shock factor is reduced a bit. Ennis starts delving into back stories and the complex interweaving of past and present gets a little hard to follow. The story telling is fine, but very different from the first several arcs. I also had a difficult time adjusting to the new artists after Robertson left. Robertson’s art has a gritty, dirty feel to it that I felt matched the story better. The newer art had been more cartoonish in my opinion.

      But all in all, I’ve really enjoyed reading this book. Now Ennis is winding up for the grand finale, so the anticipation is killing me.

      Butcher, Baker Candlestick Maker has been an emotionally-laden, well written story. Definitely worth picking that one up too.

  2. How fucking good was that issue, Jesus Christ. Just. So. Good.

  3. This series is just so fucking good, it’s gonna be so bittersweet to see it go when it does but I can’t wait to see how ennis wraps everything up. Also, the ending of this issue, I almost feel bad for the dumb fucks from paralactic, things aren’t going to end well for them, not by a long shot.

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