Promethea

Promethea

Book 5

Book - 2005
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After years of hiding the goddess within her, the government is closing in on Sophie Bangs once more, leaving her no choice but to release Promethea and loose an apocalypse upon the world.
Publisher: La Jolla, Calif. : America's Best Comics, c2005
Edition: Collected ed
ISBN: 9781401206208
1401206204
Characteristics: [200] p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm

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Jean-Pierre Lebel
May 22, 2012

Book five of the Promethea series binds together the last seven issues #26-32. You'll notice that 32 crops up a lot through the series. The story is a fitting and beautifully done conclusion. Alan Moore combined so many ideas and concepts: Kaballah, Christianity (especially the book of Revelations), Muslim beliefs, magic, Aleister Crowley, and more. My only complain was that I found the final issue to be a bit too mystical and dream like. The visual style was definitely unique, but I found it hard to read and appreciate as much as the preceding 31 issues. Still the series as a whole is enthusiastically recommended to all.

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Albertasaurus
Oct 02, 2011

5th in the series - if all graphic novels are like this, I don't see why everyone is against them - they are not lightweight comics like Archie, etc.

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