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Promethea, Book 4
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- Promethea Book 4 @ Titan Books.
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- Correre o morire (Licheni 2.0) (Italian Edition).
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Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. If you want to the the best from " Promethea " buy and read the whole epic. The story is excellent but the potential knowledge to gained is greater!
I have been slogging through the Promethea books, always learning a little something, but mostly dazzled by the inventive methods Alan Moore and his collaborators have been activating what is otherwise a fairly static story and one that I barely understand. The pictures make it worthwhile , but you'd think it would have been easy enough to supply a reason why Sophie Bangs felt it necessary to forsake her earthly duties to follow Barbara Shelley into the beyond. OK, I know she's there to make sure Barbara doesn't feel lonely, or get lost, but come on, Sophie, all of your home planet is falling into pieces, and what's worse, you have arbitrarily matched up Grace and Stacia and made them into a weird, punk amalgam of Prometheas that just don't mix, plus, she's evil.
So what is the excuse? Dozens of issues later and I still don't know what a science villain is, nor a science hero, but that is probably just me being slow on the uptake. Neuberg was a very great English poet whose works have been strangely neglected, but maybe this comic will make young people reach for his verse once more? Some of the details have been changed, I think, but Alan Moore probably knows what he is doing for one thing it was Neuberg who played the active role in the desert working, something which abhorred him to think of afterwards and which led to his cycles of madness and his extreme shivsring whenever one of his circle even dared mention that name of the man whom he'd topped all those years before , but pictorially it is probable better to have the ugly man do the mounting, plus it reflects an earlier issue in which Sophie sought out the caress and the "wand" of hideous fat old Jack Faust.
That trial at the end of the book, though, what cheese.
Promethea, Vol. 4 by Alan Moore
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase. Alan Moore is the best comics writer in the world. This story is not your average super hero schlock. It is tripped-out, sex, drugs, and rock and roll. It pushes the boundaries of imagination and creativity and takes you way beyond. This is Alan's most beloved, and most artistic comic series that he has ever produced, and that is really saying something. It is his love-child.
The lead character is female and the she merges with power of imagination to become a goddess. Get books 1 through 5. Part 5 the ending is the best. The artwork by J. Williams III is amazing, psychodelic brilliance. One person found this helpful. I adore this entire series. Beautiful illustration, well written.