‘Y: The Last Man’ Comic Adaptation Finally Gets Pilot Green-Light

Y: The Last Man is finally, finally coming to the small screen.

Deadline reports that Atlanta network FX ordered a TV pilot adaptation of the comic book series after an extended period of development at the network. The series follows Yorick, the last man on Earth following an instantaneous plague-ish wipeout of every male, as he navigates a world of women, introducing him to new political systems and ways to survive.

Y is the Vertigo Comics brainchild of artist Pia Guerra and writer Brian K. Vaughn, the same guy who brought forth Runaways, currently on Hulu. He’s also known for the uber-popular sci-fi fantasy comic Saga, which has become somewhat of a flagship for indie giant Image Comics, home of The Walking Dead.

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31 thoughts on “‘Y: The Last Man’ Comic Adaptation Finally Gets Pilot Green-Light

  1. Toxic masculinity? Wtf they really going to castrate K Vaughns modern classic like that? As a avid reader of comic books I'm telling you that anything BUT the source material is going to end badly.

  2. Damn Complex you get farther into the Political "Correctness" everyday I'm sleep and toxic Masculinity wtf is that supposed to be are people coming at men for having testosterone that doesn't make any sense

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