YES! Today’s 28 Days of Comics just updated, and that means you’ll save 28% off all today’s “Y” titles.
You would think that there aren’t many titles that start with “Y,” and you’d be right, but that makes it much easier to find a great title, because the chaff has already been removed. If you’re like me (and hundreds of thousands of others), you’ll dig Y: The Last Man.
Set in the near future, Y: The Last Man follows a young man after a catastrophic event where nearly half of the Earth’s population dies in an instant, leaving young Yorick Brown and his pet monkey the last man/male monkey on the planet.
Is Yorick the last hope for our species, or is he the final warmonger/rapist that needs to be wiped off the face of the Earth? This amazing story leads us around the globe and never seems to hit a lull. Brian K. Vaughan is at the top of his game, and just a few pages in, you can tell that the film adaptation of this story will be a blockbuster.
Pia Guerra’s exceptional art consistently amazed me throughout the series. She’s the only person on Earth to show us how beautiful (and wicked) this place would be after half the world dies. Get in on this wonderful series, and you won’t be disappointed.
If you’re looking for a fun book that’s good for all ages, you might want to check out Yam. Yam and his friends live on a remote tropical island and are always getting mixed up in adventures.
Whether it’s encountering cupcakes that spring to life, befriending potted flowers, or exploring the mysterious ruins on the island, this small boy in his hooded, footy pajamas always ends up having a blast with his friends.
This story is literally too cute for words.
I’m telling you, there are some really great titles in today’s 28 Days of Comics. Get on over there and find out for yourself.
We’ll see you back here tomorrow for the “Z” titles, and you MUST get here on Saturday when we end our 28 Days of Comics. Seriously.
Are you planning to pick up some “Young” titles (Young Avengers, Young Liars, Young X-Men) today? Which of the 28 Days of Comics has been your favorite so far? Let us know below.