The Boys, Volume 8: Highland Laddie

The Boys, Volume 8: Highland Laddie

Out of Dynamite Entertainment's critically acclaimed title, The Boys, comes a special story featuring everyone's favorite pint-sized Scotsman, Hughie, with The Boys: Highland Laddie, written by Garth Ennis, with covers by Darick Robertson and art by...

Title:The Boys, Volume 8: Highland Laddie
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781606902073
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    The Boys, Volume 8: Highland Laddie Reviews

  • Anne

    Hughie goes home to Scotland to see family and friends.Turns out he's just a whiny cunt.Ok, best thing about this one is finding out Annie's backstory. But I have to admit, the entire time she's tryin...

  • mark monday

    Wee Hughie finds out his girlfriend has a past of her own and his friends all knew about it and he's the last one to know as usual, so he goes home to Scotland to have a good ole pout. Ennis perfect...

  • Daniel Clausen

    Not only a great continuation of "The Boys" saga, but also a surprisingly poignant look at the concepts of home, morality, childhood, guilt, and forgiveness. Indeed, there are many things we can learn...

  • Sam Quixote

    I don't know how he's done it but Garth Ennis has turned one of the most promising series of recent years into an uninspired, meandering, dull mess. When the series started I knew Wee Hughie was going...

  • Gavin

    To quote Wee Hughie: "I Ken sez tis shite".This is a diversion from the Boys into a Hughie backstory/sidestory.It could have been interesting; instead it was a meandering, boring, impossible to unders...

  • Stewart Tame

    The pace slows down a bit with this volume, but that's fine as Hughie (and I) needed a break after volume 7. He returns to Scotland to see his family and friends and generally get his head together. W...

  • 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,...

  • Jesse A

    A fairly dull diversion with Hughie....

  • Oron

    A kinda-boring sidestory. The interesting parts could be concentrated in a single issue, diffinitely not a 6-part story. Oh well, let's get on with it....

  • Dimitris Papastergiou

    It was nice! I liked it.It definitely continues the story ( of Hughie ) and it adds up on the situation. Nice artwork, interesting plot....