Cerebus Vol. 11: Guys

Dave Sim, Gerhard

Dave Sim’s Cerebus began as a parody of Conan, but has expanded and grown into much, much more! Intellectual, entertaining, and thought provoking, Cerebus is the longest running independent b&w comic being published today!

status Copy #1 (905): in
genre Fantasy ยป Epic Fantasy
publisher Aardvark-Vanheim
publish date October 1997
popularity checked out 7 time(s)

Reviews

  • By Future Man -

    While I love all of this series that I’ve yet made my way into, this is truly a favorite for me personally. Like many of my favorites, when taken by itself it may not have the charm that it does within the context of the rest of the series. However, the juxtaposition of this volume to Vol. 8: Women is perfect to me. Both represent philosophical quandaries of what it is to be either a Woman or, in this case, a Guy…
    Guys takes place entirely in the bar. Characters come and go. Time doesn’t mean much. Days and months don’t see much distinction as we’re drawn into the same time-transcendent, violent, and hilarious stupor. Drunken tests of manhood and battles to the bottom of buckets of booze ensue.
    Not a whole lot of development of story here, but definitely a lot of fun.

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