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Y: The Last Man Vol 1 3

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Y: The Last Man Vol 1 3

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"Unmanned (Part III of V)": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.


Quote1 ...AHuh... HWUHHH! Hm. That's... that's just the frozen chicken cutlet I ate for lunch. Oh, gross! Ampersand, don't eat that! Quote2
-- Yorick Brown



Appearing in "Unmanned (Part III of V)"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Cavanaugh (Single appearance) (First appearance)
  • Diane
  • Margaret Valentine
  • Mrs. Stahl (Single appearance)
  • Mrs. Woodring (Single appearance)
  • Sadie (First appearance)
  • Sheila (Single appearance) (Final appearance; Dies)
  • Yehuda (Behind the scenes) (Deceased)

Locations:

Items:


Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Unmanned (Part III of V)"

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Notes

  • Mrs. Woodring is the widow of Republican senator Bill Woodring.
  • Mrs. Stahl is the widow of Republican senator David Stahl.
  • Sadie is a soldier who works under Colonel Alter Tse'Elon. Yehuda, a male Lieutenant-General mentioned in this story that Tse-Elon succeeds, is obviously deceased. He is seen for the first time in a flashback in issue #48 that took place before the death of nearly every male on the planet that occurs in the first issue, which is later referred to as "the gendercide".
  • This issue reveals that Agent 355 works for a group called the Culper Ring. The Culper Ring, as presented in this issue, is based on an actual spy network established by President George Washington during the Revolutionary War.

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