As Sophie struggles to comprehend the depth and complexity
of her otherworldly self, so she must contend with a myriad
of menaces that unfortunately know her only too well. There's
'celebrity omnipath' the Painted Doll, mysterious occult group
The Temple and the Goetic demons of Benny Solomon. Sophie's
apprenticeship is quickly coming to an end... one way or another!...
two of Promethea will fry your mind unless you have
already digested, slowly, book one. I am still trying to work
out whether Alan Moore is a genius, a mad man or a combination
of the two.
as I might, I really couldn't immerse myself in Moore's world
as readily as I wanted to. There are some nice touches - the
photo realism short scenes work well in this format, as do
the odd jumping around of page panel's and the orientation
of the artwork.
then is this just being arty for art's sake? Or is there a
reason for these visual touches? Sadly, it would seem the
answer is more geared towards the first option.
acquired taste which I am still unsure whether I enjoyed.
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