- Aug 8, 2012
okay I'm through it, I've read the whole day through it and I find it weird yes, but it's also super spiritual stuff.I've read just about all of his stuff and The Invisibles remains his best work - though he come mighty close to the line between just plain weird and what the...? towards the end.
I think he's saying basically that it's all us. Or that we are not separate from whatever the rest of it is.he is implying that both sides are actually part of the same thing.
It seems to be a one-of-a-kind. I enjoyed the volumes of Alan Moore's Promethea that deal with the Hermetic Qabalah, which is often very inventive, but it's narrowly focused on that magical system, and the rest of the story didn't amount to a huge amount, in my opinion.Do you know any other like The Invisibles btw? Different but as meaningful?
Volumes 2 and 3 down. Better and better. Annoyed now that I have to wait for vol 4 (out on loan to someone else) and then for vol 5 (not yet published). Anyone else read these?Picked up Paper Girls vol 1 at the library today. Never heard of it before. It's brilliant. Just reserved the next three volumes.
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