The Boys, Volume 9: The Big Ride

The Boys, Volume 9: The Big Ride

All the pieces are falling into place, for the Boys as well as their most mortal enemies. The long-dreaded superhuman conflict is on its way. But first there are secrets still to be uncovered: like the story of the team's first encounter with supergroup The Seven, and the shockwaves from that disastrous meeting that still reverberate today. Hughie, meanwhile, discovers his comrades' hidden history, as their original leader Colonel Greg Mallory takes him through sixty years of the filthiest black operations imaginable. And finally, with good and bad guys teetering on the brink, a shadowy force sets events in motion that will push even Butcher over the edge. The Boys, Vol. 9: The Big Ride collects issues 48-59 of the New York Times Best-Selling series by Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson, Russ Braun and John McCrea, and features all of the covers by Robertson!

Title:The Boys, Volume 9: The Big Ride
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781606902202
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    The Boys, Volume 9: The Big Ride Reviews

  • Anne

    Finally, we/Hughie officially meets the mysterious Mallory. And he proceeds to fill in the details of how the whole superhero thing started. Alright, and I guess a lot of fans sort of hated this? But ...

  • Patrick

    Note: the one star rating doesn't reflect this particular book, but rather this one particular issue I'm discussing here, in this piece of my multi-part review.* * *There is a problem with this series...

  • Gavin

    Ugh. This is the worst of Garth Ennis. Overly violent and bloody, meandering, overlong and just full of gay/tranny "jokes" that make it super obvious Ennis is either a serious homophobe, 13 yrs old, o...

  • Sam Quixote

    I get the feeling Garth Ennis is a bit tired of this series and if he isn't, I think I am. If you're reading this then you'll have read what came before so I can tell you that what went before goes fo...

  • Daniel Clausen

    Yet another amazing installment of The Boys! Can't wait to see how this comic ends....

  • Jesse A

    An odd volume that ended with a stellar issue....

  • Britton

    Ennis got his start in the mid to late 90s, establishing a reputation as an extremist in the comics community alongside Warren Ellis, though Ennis would become the Grant Morrison to Ellis' Alan Moore,...

  • Michael

    Poor Terror.R.I.P. ­čśş...

  • Stewart Tame

    First off, the cover is absolutely brilliant! Love it! It perfectly sums up what this series is all about. Frank Miller probably laughed his ass off when he saw it. Major exposition this volume, as Ma...

  • Sam Quixote

    I get the feeling Garth Ennis is a bit tired of this series and if he isn't, I think I am. If you're reading this then you'll have read what came before so I can tell you that what went before goes fo...