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Until the End of the World

Until the End of the World - Steve Dillon, Garth Ennis In Until The End of the World, we learn a great deal more about the past of both Jesse and Tulip. Both are placed in a position where escape seems unlikely, therefore, what better time to unburden their past to one another? Ennis also gives a little more of an explanation to why Jesse is so desired by a secret religious organization and Cassidy jumps back into the story, playing a bigger role this time around.

Until The End of the World is a spectacular follow up to what we're presented with the first time around. I can easily say that this is every bit as good as it's predecessor, if not more. It's paced well and the violence and profanity is just as entertaining as before. I am patiently awaiting the return of ARSEFACE.

I'm seriously hooked on this series. I haven't really found anything to be overly negative on, which is a plus. Hopefully it doesn't peak early, I have a hard time believing that anyone is capable of maintaining a streak of greatness for this long without a bit of a dip.