It looks like yesterday was only the beginning of the Y Farewell Tour, as today folks still have more to say about Brian K. Vaughan and the finale of Y: The Last Man:
• CNN talks with Vaughan about the genesis of the series, his work on TV’s Lost, and saying good-bye to Yorick Brown: “I guess I’ve moved into acceptance but that doesn’t mean that I’m not still depressed about it. … It’s been weird because it’s a gradual [form of] saying good-bye. First, you finish the script, but then it still has to be penciled and inked, and there’s so many stages in comics that it’s sort of been like the stages of death.”
• EW.com has a longish Q&A with Vaughan that touches upon his inspiration for the series, his collaboration with artist Pia Guerra, the true name of Agent 355, and the approaching end of Ex Machina.
• Heidi MacDonald, the original editor of Y, recalls some memories of the series’ early days.
• At MTV.com, Kurt Loder wraps up the 60-issue run.
• At Newsarama, Zack Smith wraps up his two-part interview with Vaughan.
• USA Today’s Whitney Matheson chats with director D.J. Caruso (Disturbia) about the Y film adaptation.
• And blogger David Allen Jones looks back at his reviews of early issues of the series, and recalls that he “just got bored with it pretty fast.”