I love how he does it in LXG, but I dare say that this might be better executed.
And this book held so much promise--an interesting idea, unique setting combining science and the fantistical, and intriguing support characters.
Alan Moore's America's Best Comics has spawned several wonderful titles (along with the middling Tomorrow Stories), but Promethea stands out.
This is a review of the kindle edition.
The kindle version of this comic is very poorly formatted. Read more
As a fan of Moore's other work like Watchmen, I had high expectations for this. And so far it is meeting them, I really like the story and the universe, but there is still more for... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Katie Textbooks
I'll admit, I didn't finish this, but the whole thing just seemed like a huge mess. Messy plot, bad artwork. I expect much better from a work by Alan Moore.Published 5 months ago by Bic
I initially bought this book because it was cheap and it was by Alan Moore. I liked it and if I really was in desperate need of something to read that I liked I would get the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Justin
The artwork in this book is stunning BUT the magic in this book is overdone. Big fan of Moore but I just could not get into this one. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jedi Cynthia
I really enjoy the storyline and the art is good too. There is or was a bit of a problem with the zoom feature on the kindle and some pages were hard to read, but in general it... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Roy R. Corey
The first volume of Promethea was utterly grand. Way back when, I made the mistake of picking up Tom Strong instead of Promethea, and decided Moore's America's Best Comics line... Read morePublished 10 months ago by innpchan
Class requirement book I needed to read.
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