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Everyone has something to get off their chest: Frenchie confronts the Female about her work with the Mafia, Mother's Milk goes to see his mom, Annie wants a word with God himself, and Butcher enjoys yet another ghastly tryst with CIA Director Rayner. 

The Legend, meanwhile, offers to tell Hughie everything he wants to know about The Boys - all Hughie has to do is take a walk with the dead. 

Things take a darker turn when one of the original G-Men commits suicide, which is bad news for Vought-American as there’s far too much at stake for anyone to go poking around now. 

16 comics Issues Adapted to GraphicAudio containing Good for The Soul, I Tell You No Lie, G.I. and We Gotta Go Now.

Performed by Michael John Casey, Eric Messner, Dave Coyne, Laura C. Harris, Terence Aselford, KenYatta Rogers, Christopher Walker, Jonathon Church, Matthew Bassett, Alejandro Ruiz, Joe Mallon, Steve Wannall, Amanda Forstrom, Matthew Pauli, Steven Carpenter, Chris Stinson, James J. Johnson, Colleen Delany, Richard Rohan, David Zitney, Andrew Quilpa, Bradley Smith, Evan Casey, Matthew Schleigh, Dawn Ursula, Elaine Yuko Qualter, Henry Kramer, Nick DePinto, Chris Genebach, Karen Novak, Nanette Savard, Jonathan Watkins, Ken Jackson, Kimberly Gilbert, and Scott McCormick.

©2019 Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson (P)2020 GraphicAudio

Featured Article: The Boys, Explained—Everything You Need to Know

Before it became a critically acclaimed superhero television series from steaming giant Prime Video, The Boys was a comic book series written by Garth Ennis and co-created, designed, and illustrated by Darick Robertson. Whether you’re a longtime fan or a recent initiate, you can experience the graphic novels in an all-new medium by listening to full-cast audio adaptations with an inventive soundscape. But before you jump headfirst into the gritty world of The Boys, here's the lowdown on everything you need to know.

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i like it. 🙂

i watched the series and i also enjoy the comics. they also did a great job with the performance with the graphical novel version

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huge fan

Huge fan of the graphic novels, the show and now the audio graphic books.

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love love love a must listen

loved this audio drama a must listen and buy, 10 times better then the tv series

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Great series

Loving this series, Vol 2 delivers and picks up where 1 left off. Great voice acting and the narrator is top notch

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accents not quite there

you need a Glaswegian to play a Glaswegian or at least a Scot. Hughie's accent is all over the place.
as for Butcher...would be better more Vinnie Jones and less Michael Caine in Alfie wpuld be better.

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  • stephen barfield
  • 11-20-20

good audio bad accents

great audio on line with the original comics let down by the bad accents it is as they have never heard an English accent before