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A scene from The Boys #71. With only one more issue to go now before the series ends, Ennis encapsulates what's it's all about...

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I'll be honest. My interest in this title has been waning lately ever since the fallout between Hughie and Butcher. But based on this issue's involvement with Vought American, I think Garth Ennis is about to bring things to a head. Which, if you ask me, has been a long time in coming.

It's like a role-playing game. )
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I'm a pretty big fan of Garth Ennis, and over the course of reading most of his work, I've noticed that he's been pulling a Stephen King relatively recently. Despite the fact that many of his series are in different genres and published by different companies, they all seem to take place in their own odd and contiguous sub-continuity.

If I was Philip Jose Farmer, I could probably turn this into something huge and meaningful, since it means, among other things, that Ennis's Punisher is set in the Vertigo version of the DCU.

I plan to follow up on that with another post, but for now, this is as close as we'll probably ever get to a sequel to Preacher.

One page from Preacher #8; two pages from The Boys #27 )

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