History ComicBook / YTheLastMan

23rd Oct '17 8:50:25 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* SuddenlyAlwaysKnewThat: Dr. Mann suddenly reveals that she's an excellent fencer, but then gets immediately defeated by a ninja. It might have helped if she were using a rapier rather than a ''jian''.

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* SuddenlyAlwaysKnewThat: Dr. Mann suddenly reveals that she's an excellent fencer, but then gets immediately defeated by a ninja. It might have helped if she were using a rapier rather than a ''jian''.
23rd Oct '17 8:45:13 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** Yorick does actually hold a skull in the catacombs of Paris while contemplating that one can not tell the difference between men and women with just bones.[[note]]Although in reality an anatomist can do just that.[[/note]]

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** Yorick does actually hold a skull in the catacombs of Paris while contemplating that one can not cannot tell the difference between men and women with just bones.[[note]]Although bones (although in reality an anatomist can do just that.[[/note]]that).
23rd Oct '17 8:41:11 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* ShoutOut: Yorick constantly makes reference to popular culture. One of the most notable is his possessing a lighter with "FUCK COMMUNISM" carved into it, a ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' reference. When another character asks him why he has it he says that [[SawItInAMovieOnce it was something he saw]] in a comic book. And oh boy does it make him popular with the guards on the train he rides together with the taxidermied comrade Lenin.

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* ShoutOut: Yorick constantly makes reference to popular culture. One of the most notable is his possessing a lighter with "FUCK COMMUNISM" carved into it, a ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' reference. When another character asks him why he has it he says that [[SawItInAMovieOnce it was something he saw]] in a comic book. And oh boy does it make him popular with the guards on the train he rides together with the taxidermied comrade Lenin.
21st Sep '17 3:12:09 PM LavonPapillon1
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* ImpossiblePickleJar: In a [[ShowWithinAShow play put on in-universe]], the first scene has a woman's grief over her husband's death (along with [[{{Gendercide}} the rest of the male gender]]) brought home to her when she has trouble opening a jar. It's {{lampshaded}} as a cliche, and having been something of a running joke between the two of them.
20th Aug '17 3:07:30 PM Eagal
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* BilingualBonus: Anyone proficient or fluent in a Slavic language will be able to at least partially understand Natalya.
13th Jun '17 10:24:57 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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Compare to ''Manga/WorldsEndHarem'', it borrows the basic premise found here: male populace died instantly, one specimen survived, women struggles to keep things functioning, he must find answers and father the new human race, all this but with a more fetishistic approach.

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Compare to ''Manga/WorldsEndHarem'', it borrows the basic premise found here: male populace died instantly, one specimen survived, women struggles struggle to keep things functioning, he must find answers and father the new human race, all this but with a more fetishistic approach.
20th May '17 7:13:39 PM nombretomado
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That is the premise of ''Y: The Last Man'', a {{Vertigo|Comics}} comic book. Written by Creator/BrianKVaughan (creator and original author for ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' and ''ComicBook/ExMachina''), it tells the story of Yorick, a New York City escape artist who, along with his pet monkey Ampersand (&), somehow stayed alive while all other male mammals, from rats to giraffes to New York City Hall employees, [[{{Gendercide}} suddenly died]].

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That is the premise of ''Y: The Last Man'', a {{Vertigo|Comics}} Creator/{{Vertigo|Comics}} comic book. Written by Creator/BrianKVaughan (creator and original author for ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' and ''ComicBook/ExMachina''), it tells the story of Yorick, a New York City escape artist who, along with his pet monkey Ampersand (&), somehow stayed alive while all other male mammals, from rats to giraffes to New York City Hall employees, [[{{Gendercide}} suddenly died]].
12th Mar '17 1:46:45 PM nombretomado
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* ShippingBedDeath: Invoked (with reference to ''{{Moonlighting}}'') and Defied by Yorick as the series came to a close.

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* ShippingBedDeath: Invoked (with reference to ''{{Moonlighting}}'') ''Series/{{Moonlighting}}'') and Defied by Yorick as the series came to a close.
13th Feb '17 3:25:53 AM appealus
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* ShippingBedDeath: Invoked with reference to ''{{Moonlighting}}'') and Defied by Yorick as the series came to a close.

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* ShippingBedDeath: Invoked with (with reference to ''{{Moonlighting}}'') and Defied by Yorick as the series came to a close.
13th Feb '17 1:53:10 AM appealus
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* KatanasAreJustBetter: Toyota and her katana easily defeat all other combatants, including 355 and her collapsible baton and Dr Man and her ''jian''.

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* KatanasAreJustBetter: Toyota and her katana easily defeat all other combatants, including 355 and her collapsible baton and Dr Man Dr. Mann and her ''jian''.



** Dr Mann is trying to clone a man through most of the story.

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** Dr Dr. Mann is trying to clone a man through most of the story.



* SpitTake: Referenced. After hearing something surprising from Rose and Dr Mann, Yorick wishes that they had waited for him to take a drink so he could do this.

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* SpitTake: Referenced. After hearing something surprising from Rose and Dr Dr. Mann, Yorick wishes that they had waited for him to take a drink so he could do this.



* TrueCompanions: Yorick, 355, Dr Mann, and later Rose. Plus the all-female group of Hero, Beth II, Natalya and Ciba.

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* TrueCompanions: Yorick, 355, Dr Dr. Mann, and later Rose. Plus the all-female group of Hero, Beth II, Natalya and Ciba.
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