The Boys Vol. 7: The innocents

Front Cover
Dynamite, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 184 pages
81 Reviews
So where are the real superheroes? The warriors for truth and justice, the defenders of the American way, the heroes who fight to make things right and ask for nothing in return? Hughie finds out when he meets the teenage adventurers known as SUPERDUPER... but unknown to the little Scotsman, Butcher has finally learned his secret. A dire scheme is set in motion, and at the vast superhero evangelist festival of BELIEVE, Hughie's relationship with Annie January - aka Starlight of the Seven - reaches its terrible conclusion. And soon The Boys themselves risk being torn asunder. The Boys, Vol. 7: The Innocents reprints issues 39-47 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!
 

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
19
4 stars
31
3 stars
19
2 stars
6
1 star
6

Review: The Boys, Volume 2: Get Some (The Boys #2)

User Review  - Mouse - Goodreads

Not for the faint of heart! For Mature audiences only! No kids! Surprised I found this at my local library where it was. This book is kind of a guilty pleasure! There's plenty of stuff I'm not crazy ... Read full review

Review: The Boys, Volume 2: Get Some (The Boys #2)

User Review  - Michael Hitchcock - Goodreads

Get Some! If you've ever been itching for a fight, you know how good it feels to say to taunt your opponent(s). If you've ever prepared something delicious for everyone, you might have shouted it! You ... Read full review

Selected pages

Contents

BoysVol7 113
BoysVol7 114
BoysVol7 115
BoysVol7 116
BoysVol7 117
BoysVol7 118
BoysVol7 119
BoysVol7 120

BoysVol7 14
BoysVol7 15
BoysVol7 16
BoysVol7 17
BoysVol7 18
BoysVol7 19
BoysVol7 20
BoysVol7 21
BoysVol7 22
BoysVol7 23
BoysVol7 24
BoysVol7 25
BoysVol7 26
BoysVol7 27
BoysVol7 28
BoysVol7 29
BoysVol7 30
BoysVol7 31
BoysVol7 32
BoysVol7 33
BoysVol7 34
BoysVol7 35
BoysVol7 36
BoysVol7 37
BoysVol7 38
BoysVol7 39
BoysVol7 40
BoysVol7 41
BoysVol7 42
BoysVol7 43
BoysVol7 44
BoysVol7 45
BoysVol7 46
BoysVol7 47
BoysVol7 48
BoysVol7 49
BoysVol7 50
BoysVol7 51
BoysVol7 52
BoysVol7 53
BoysVol7 54
BoysVol7 55
BoysVol7 56
BoysVol7 57
BoysVol7 58
BoysVol7 59
BoysVol7 60
BoysVol7 61
BoysVol7 62
BoysVol7 63
BoysVol7 64
BoysVol7 65
BoysVol7 66
BoysVol7 67
BoysVol7 68
BoysVol7 69
BoysVol7 70
BoysVol7 71
BoysVol7 72
BoysVol7 73
BoysVol7 74
BoysVol7 75
BoysVol7 76
BoysVol7 77
BoysVol7 78
BoysVol7 79
BoysVol7 80
BoysVol7 81
BoysVol7 82
BoysVol7 83
BoysVol7 84
BoysVol7 85
BoysVol7 86
BoysVol7 87
BoysVol7 88
BoysVol7 89
BoysVol7 90
BoysVol7 91
BoysVol7 92
BoysVol7 93
BoysVol7 94
BoysVol7 95
BoysVol7 96
BoysVol7 97
BoysVol7 98
BoysVol7 99
BoysVol7 100
BoysVol7 101
BoysVol7 102
BoysVol7 103
BoysVol7 104
BoysVol7 105
BoysVol7 106
BoysVol7 107
BoysVol7 108
BoysVol7 109
BoysVol7 110
BoysVol7 111
BoysVol7 112
BoysVol7 121
BoysVol7 122
BoysVol7 123
BoysVol7 124
BoysVol7 125
BoysVol7 126
BoysVol7 127
BoysVol7 128
BoysVol7 129
BoysVol7 130
BoysVol7 131
BoysVol7 132
BoysVol7 133
BoysVol7 134
BoysVol7 135
BoysVol7 136
BoysVol7 137
BoysVol7 138
BoysVol7 139
BoysVol7 140
BoysVol7 141
BoysVol7 142
BoysVol7 143
BoysVol7 144
BoysVol7 145
BoysVol7 146
BoysVol7 147
BoysVol7 148
BoysVol7 149
BoysVol7 150
BoysVol7 151
BoysVol7 152
BoysVol7 153
BoysVol7 154
BoysVol7 155
BoysVol7 156
BoysVol7 157
BoysVol7 158
BoysVol7 159
BoysVol7 160
BoysVol7 161
BoysVol7 162
BoysVol7 163
BoysVol7 164
BoysVol7 165
BoysVol7 166
BoysVol7 167
BoysVol7 168
BoysVol7 169
BoysVol7 170
BoysVol7 171
BoysVol7 172
BoysVol7 173
BoysVol7 174
BoysVol7 175
BoysVol7 176
BoysVol7 177
BoysVol7 178
BoysVol7 179
BoysVol7 180
BoysVol7 181
BoysVol7 182
BoysVol7 183
BoysVol7 184
BoysVol7 185
BoysVol7 186
BoysVol7 187
BoysVol7 188
BoysVol7 189
BoysVol7 190
BoysVol7 191
BoysVol7 192
BoysVol7 193
BoysVol7 194
BoysVol7 195
BoysVol7 196
BoysVol7 197
BoysVol7 198
BoysVol7 199
BoysVol7 200
BoysVol7 201
BoysVol7 202
BoysVol7 203
BoysVol7 204
BoysVol7 205
BoysVol7 206
BoysVol7 207
BoysVol7 208
BoysVol7 209
BoysVol7 210
BoysVol7 211
BoysVol7 212
BoysVol7 213
BoysVol7 214
BoysVol7 215
BoysVol7 216
BoysVol7TPBCov
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2010)

A cornerstone of the modern comic industry, Garth Ennis is most easily recognized as the creator of Preacher, one of the best-selling graphic novel series of all time. His full list of writing credits is nothing short of extraordinary; his career highlights include "Judge Dredd, Hellblazer, The Demon, Hitman, Punisher, The Pro, War Story, and The Boys". Over the past ten years, Ennis has published numerous acclaimed and fan-favorite projects through Avatar Press, including "Dicks, Chronicles Of Wormwood, 303, Streets Of Glory", and the wildly successful Crossed series. He wrote and directed his first film, "Stitched", which Avatar Press continued as an ongoing series.

Beginning his career in comic books as a freelance artist in 1990, David Lapham founded El Capitan Books in 1995 exclusively to publish his Eisner Award-winning crime comic book series, "Stray Bullets". In recent years, he has worked as a writer for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, IDW Publishing, Dark Horse, and finally Avatar Press, on three "Crossed" projects ("Family Values", "Crossed 3D", "Badlands", and "Psychopath"), "Ferals", and "Caligula".

Simon Spurrier, a British author of comic books and novels, first began writing professionally in 2001. He contributed extensively to the library of respected UK publisher 2000 AD, including their flagship comic book series "Judge Dredd, Harry Kipling, Lobster Random, and The Simping Detective". He also wrote several novels set in the 2000 AD and Warhammer 40,000 story continuities. With the debut of his creator-owned series "Gutsville" in 2007, Spurrier began to work in the American comic book market, predominantly on such Marvel Comics properties as "Silver Surfer, Ghost Rider, and X-Men". In 2011, Spurrier launched a successful web comic through Avatar Press, "Crossed: Wish You Were Here", which presents his take on the on the popular horror franchise (CrossedComic.com).

Robertson is the co-creator (with Warren Ellis) and artist for the acclaimed Transmetropolitan monthly series for DC's Vertigo imprint.

J. Torres won the Shuster Award for Outstanding Writer for hJohn McCrea has illustrated iconic entities like Batman, Supis work on Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Love As a Forerman, Wonder Woman, Star Wars, and many others. He also doeeign Language and Teen Titans Go. He is also the writer of ts design work and story boarding, and he's a Lucasfilm accrehe Eisner Award nominated Alison Dare and the YALSA listed Ddited artist. ays Like This and Lola: A Ghost Story. Other comic book credits include Avatar: The Last Airbender, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century, Ninja Scroll, Wonder Girl, Wonder Woman, and WALL-E: Recharge.

Bibliographic information