Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned - Pia Guerra, José Marzán Jr., Brian K. Vaughan
A slow starter to a premise, in my opinion, that should have hit the ground running, it nevertheless had enough of my interest to propell me into reading the next volume in the series.

I have already written a review for this volume, but something either happened to it or this website ate yet another one of my reviews, so excuse the fact that I am writing a less interesting review than the one that I lost.

There are a lot of themes, most of them interesting, and a lot of characters who all have a pretty good amount of foreshadowing to them, prior to the first major plot point.

More to come, after I get home from seeing, "The End of the World."

And I'm back - and now it's sunday. The movie was awesome, by the way.

Anyway, back to Y: The Last Man, especially on the issue of the foreshadowing -

Although undoubtedly "slow" for the opening of a comic book series, Unmanned does begin with the noble and, mostly, it wins with its goal of building the molds for what will be the more developed characters as the series goes on. Every one of the characters whose POV is touched on ends up as petinant as the story goes on.