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Publisher's Summary

Butcher's full vendetta is revealed as is Vought-American's part in the events on 9/11. Gregg Mallory tells Hughie the history of the Boys and Hughie later confesses his real identity to Annie, Hughie returns to the fold as he and Butcher investigate a murder that may involve Jack from Jupiter. Butcher then returns to London to view the body of his deceased father and Butcher's full back-story as a one-man reckoning is revealed. 

Comics Issues Adapted to Graphic Audio containing Proper Preparation and Planning, Barbary Coast, The Big Ride & Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker.  

Performed by David Coyne, Eric Messner, Michael John Casey, Matthew Bassett, KenYatta Rogers, Bradley Smith, Jonathon Church, Laura C. Harris, Carolyn Kashner, Christopher Walker, Matthew Pauli, Colleen Delany, Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, Kay Eluvian, Amanda Forstrom, James Konicek, Joel David Santner, David Harris, Danny Gavigan, Karen Novack, Dylan Lynch, Chris Davenport, Ken Jackson, Steve Wannall, Steven Carpenter, Audrey Bertaux, Richard Rohan, Chris Stinson, and Kimberly Gilbert.

©2009 Garth Ennis (P)2021 Graphic Audio LLC

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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Love this Sh*t!!!

I always call these stories movies because they are so vivid and entertaining. The narrator is used for several voices but that doesn’t make the listening messy or confusing. I wish I had more time with The Boys!

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didn't want it to end

fun story I didn't want to story listening to! can't wait for the next volume.