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Format: Broché Achat vérifié
4e volet sur 5 des aventures de Promethea, entre parcours initiatique et formidable plongée dans les méandres de l'Univers, plutôt des Univers, du Alan Moore pur, servi par des graphistes capables de donner une image de cette oeuvre complexe, difficile d'abord, en lague anglaise. Si vous aimez Moore, commencez par le tome 1, accrochez vous, vous serez pas la même personne en finissant le tome 5. A lire dans l'ordre, oeuvre complexe mais très belle, unique.
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HASH(0x8b9e8f0c) étoiles sur 5 There can be only one (more or less) 5 février 2006
Par wiredweird - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The pace picks up in this continuation of the Promethea saga, starting where P3 left off. P-Sophie is wandering the ethereal realms guided by previous Prometheas. (Yes, they're deceased, but they consider it bad form to dwell on the little things.) P-Stacy is on duty back in the real world, and getting to like her job. After all, in that world, "super-hero" (or something like it) is considered respectable work.

There are two problems, though. First, P-Stacy isn't exactly considered a hero, and the FBI is on her trail. Second, P-Sophie is done with her trip to The World Beyond, but P-Stacy doesn't want to hand the job back. So, we have problems.

Moore's story moves faster in this volume, with a lot less of the oppressive pseudomysticism that bogged down in earlier volumes. Art by Williams and Gray only makes it better, and in varied visual idioms. Chapter 1 features painterly cloudscapes, with the occasional nod to Seurat. Ch. 3 switches to a flat, graphic, woodcut style. Ch. 4 experiments with color saturation - or lack of it. Ch. 5 draws on the comic idiom itself, but without smug self-referentiality. And, as in any good narrative art, the art moves the narration forward, adding its own meaning to the script.

The Promethea series has been good but uneven. This is not just a step forward for her (their?) story, but a step up.

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HASH(0x8b9ebc30) étoiles sur 5 The theory of Life, the Universe and Everything..... 12 avril 2005
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Promethea book 4 continues the quest of Promethea (Sophie) and

Barbara to search for Barbara's lost husband Steve in the Immateria. The story is more of a platform for Alan Moore to share his learnings of magic (I remember reading he had studied magic or even practised it). However, it is full of interesting observations and connections, that tie together science, different religions and the origin of the universe. He uses Aleister Crowley as a character throughout the plot, and I suspect Moore must have used Crowley's material for much of his research. I'm curious how much of these connections were drawn from Moore's own insights and how much from his readings - not sure.

The layout of each page are creative and experimental. Sometimes, I found myself reading the panels in the wrong sequence, but quickly adjusted. The artwork and styles are a feast for the eyes. When I compare Promethea to some of my early comics from the 70's and 80's, it is amazing how finely-crafted the art, creative the stories, and experimental the compositions are these days. Amazing. All standards are being raised and broken.

The best story in my opinion was the nicely written gem about two Prometheas, from both sides of the Crusades and its juxtaposition with a modern conflict between two Prometheas. I thought the story ended poignantly, with a light-hearted epilogue. This story really reinforces the myth of Promethea and is a tribute to how deeply Alan has explored this character and the potentials of the myth.

The last part of the book refocuses back to the material plane and sets up a new plotline that leaves me eagerly waiting for the 5th book.
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HASH(0x8c27d4ec) étoiles sur 5 Starts weak but gets better 19 novembre 2009
Par Kid Kyoto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Vol 4 of Alan Moore's Promethia continues her tour of the world of magic ending with an encounter with God. Returning to Earth she confronts her friend Stacia to determine who will be the one true Promethia.

Make no mistake, the first half of the book is visually stunning. Each issue is set in a different sphere of magic and has a dominant color. JH Williams pulls out all the stops with visual references to Van Goth to Egyptian temple art. But after spending all of volume 3 in the magical realms these chapters feel like too much. When Promethia finally returns to the real world and starts the story moving again it is a tremendous relief.
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HASH(0x8b9e82e8) étoiles sur 5 Welcome Victor Neuberg 13 avril 2008
Par Kevin Killian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
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.

My favorite part of PROMETHEA BVOLUME FOUR comes when she and Barbara spot Aleister Crowley sodomizing Victor Neuberg on the desert floor, a real life incident that led to Neuberg's eventual mental collapse. 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.
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HASH(0x8b7f0378) étoiles sur 5 Best comic I've ever read 15 septembre 2013
Par Some guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This and the other volumes of Promethea are the most profound and incredible comics I've ever read. It's better if you go in with at least a little bit of occult knowledge beforehand.
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