thought some here might enjoy this Story excerpt: Last Wednesday the final issue of the comic book Y: The Last Man came out. Issue 60 capped five years of the adventures of Yorrick Brown, last man on Earth after a mysterious plague kills everything else with a Y chromosome. Yorrick and his companions, scientist Allison Mann, secret agent 355, and Ampersand the monkey, traveled all over the world looking for Yorrick’s missing fiancée and for the secret to the plague. You can buy back issues collected on Amazon or at comic stores; I won’t sell you mine; I like ‘em too much. The writer, Brian K. Vaughan—along with artist Pia Guerra and a bunch of other artists and inkers—created a moving, coherent world from this pulpy framework. Y had sex, violence, action, comedy, and sadness, but it also stands as a careful, thoughtful examination of feminism, sexism, loyalty, maturity, and love. What can I say? This is some smart, tasty fiction, and I’m sorry I won’t have new issues to read every month.