The Boys, Volume 4: We Gotta Go Now

The Boys, Volume 4: We Gotta Go Now

The fourth Dynamite collection of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's The Boys is here Also includes a complete cover gallery...

Title:The Boys, Volume 4: We Gotta Go Now
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781606900352
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    The Boys, Volume 4: We Gotta Go Now Reviews

  • Anne

    The Boys plan to flush out more nefarious doings in the superhero world, and this time it's knock-off Charles Xavier who's on the hot seat. Hughie goes undercover as a member of...well, basically a Gr...

  • David Schaafsma

    In his series The Boys, Garth Ennis and illustrator Darick Robertson take down, deconstruct, rip apart and flush down the toilet (but something less refined than that, truthfully) superhero culture. T...

  • mark monday

    Ennis shows his sensitive side in his depiction of teen superhero group G-Wiz. if you've been following this series, you already know that The Boys is Ennis' full frontal attack on superhero templates...

  • Stephen

    2.0 stars. I hated most of this story arc of the Boys and it was headed for one star the entire time until the end (which was excellent) save it and pushed it up to at least okay. I am a huge fan of G...

  • Sam Quixote

    "We Gotta Go Now" is Ennis and Robertsons' take on the X-Men and that whole brand of heroes with younger X-Men like X-Factor, etc. "Orphans" get taken in and trained by a creepy benefactor who uses th...

  • Jesse A

    Things started moving again. A good volume....

  • Stewart Tame

    Five stars may be a bit much, but four didn't seem enough. I finally went with five, figuring that gorgeous cover--an homage to the classic Animal House movie poster--was worth an extra star all by it...

  • Devi

    I didn't care for the first volume of The Boys, but the next two volumes were starting me into the groove. Ennis' black comedy/superhero deconstruction certainly had its faults there, but it was also ...

  • Dimitris Papastergiou

    This was nice!I liked it a lot better than the previous one, I hated the short old creepy guy, mainly because of the whole nonsense, too much info, talking nonstop and everything he was explaining to ...

  • Michael Hitchcock

    It's easy to miss all the sublime complexity and order in this book behind the mountains of shit, piss, vomit, hatefucking, murder, and other generally disgusting things, but it's right there- some su...