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Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ Alan Moore is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen V for Vendetta and From Hell He has also written a novel Voice of the Fire and performs workings one off performance artspoken word pieces with The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels some of which have been released on CDAs a comics writer Moor

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  1. Sam Quixote Sam Quixote says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleAnd so Alan Moore’s meandering and flummoxing mash note to HP Lovecraft Providence comes to an awkward unsatisfying and confusing end in Act Three Watch in dismay as Robert Black continues to tediously research his book on New England folklore until he doesn’t and then the world sort of ends Oh my god what a load of pretentious bollocks I really don’t understand the love for this series But then I’m not an Alan Moore fanboy so perhaps therein lies the problem There’s barely any story here Black wanders a landscape filled with Lovecraft references before pointlessly meeting the writer himself and then basically disappears for no reasonI’m not sure if


  2. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleA masterpiece And I mean the whole series now completed with a soul crushing finishProvidence is a 12 issue comics series now being compiled into three hardcover books and I expect eventually into one hardcover volume Last year I said that the first book first four issues was the best comic I had read of 2016 and I am certain now that the entire series is among the best comics of 2017 Do I say this all the time? Nope I have said something similar thus far twice previously this year as of June 23 2017 about Roug


  3. Jedi JC Daquis Jedi JC Daquis says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleThe thing is I feel like that I don't deserve to review this high caliber literary piece Alan Moore has once again truly crafted a haunting and genuinely good story in graphic medium Providence may not be a comics for all readers but reading this from start to end is definitely an experience which is both grotesquely unique and horrifyingly beautifulProvidence Act 3 concludes Robert Black's excursion in search of the occult and mystical in the end discovering way way than what he could handle Without really spoiling too much I can say that the last act leads to a deliverance from the waking world revolving around an abundant number of Lovecraftian elements Reading Providence is a truly unique experienceThere is a significant number of pages where my mind really meanders away from the main material partly because I cannot comprehend both the dialogue and lore and partly because I want to experience of the


  4. Gianfranco Mancini Gianfranco Mancini says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleVerbose insane disturbingDamn you Alan Moore Some parts of this shall remain with me forever in my dreams and nightmaresThis is just the Watchmen of all horror graphic novels Jacen Barrows is Steve Dillon reborn and that ending In the Mouth of Madness style was just a blast lefting me speechlessAn hell of a ride and now I really have to re read all 3 volumes together with Neonomicon as soon as possibleA must read for all fans of H P Lovecraft and the Cthulhu MythosA masterpiece


  5. Elena Seymour Elena Seymour says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleProvidence is definitely a beautiful piece of work it is strikingly detailed and I'm sure makes perfect sense in insane universe of C


  6. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleI liked the final act but probably not as much as I should have I know it ties into The Courtyard and Neomomicon but really it just got so weird and far out I got a little lost The world is thrust into a Lovecraftian apocalypse when all manner of creatures and elder gods show up in modern times This volume does leap ahead from 1919 to now and I think something was lost in the fast jump cut Overall not bad I suppose this was meant to be one of those dark endings you sometimes see in horror but it just wasn't what I was expecting after all the build up Then again if it had been what I expected I suppose that would have made it predictableOverall this was a real treat for Lovecraft f


  7. Marina Marina says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleAmazing I really didn't know how they'd make it to portray the unspeakable horrors of Lovecraft in the page I seem to remember HPL often describing things as indescribable a nice cop out that doesn't work on comic books and it didn't disappoint at all The first two issues escalate the terror in the same way the previous ones have done here Robert's common book is key meta than ever I truly loved this thorough the series how Robert Black describes the workings of a horror story while unknowingly becoming the centre of one and checking all of the boxes himself It does make him appear sort of clueless half the time until you understand that this is his way to cope with all of this Until he cannot do it any The third issue I wouldn't have understood or I would have missed than half the nuances and secret


  8. Morgan Morgan says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleWell this was a roller coaster ride I rather liked this series overall I'm not sure it's Moore's best but it certainly makes my top 5 The last two issues get really weird I liked Issue 11 but I can see some getting lost if they don't get the refere


  9. Alex Sarll Alex Sarll says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleWell Alan Moore’s Lovecraft epic did improve But I’m still unconvinced it needed 12 lengthy issues There really was an awful lot of the protagonist who to me was always Nice Lovecraft wandering around New England getting into vaguely Cthulhoid scrapes he didn’t entirely grasp A friend pointed out the comic overtones to much of it and yes at times it could get a bit ‘Oh no Nyarlathotep is coming round for tea and a Deep One’s just eaten my trousers’but while Jacen Burrows' art is definitely reminiscent of Steve Dillon’s he’s seldom shown Dillon’s knack for getting a laugh And then after each of the first ten issues you’d get the backmatter which with one entertaining exception would be Nice Lovecraft’s diary wherein he hammered home the point of the story by recounting his own partial understanding of events changed a few names of guys he’d fancied to emphasise that it was a bad time for being gay and then came up with a


  10. Aaron Aaron says:

    Hardcover ´ Providence ePUB µ providence download, Providence KindleA mostly excellent mind bending conclusion to an otherwise slow burn series Finally all the little pieces with a few exceptions start to gel together driving poor hapless Robert Black towards his weird Lovecraftian fate whether he likes it or notAs with a lot of Alan Moore's recent work this becomes deeply meta by its conclusion which I count as a plus in thi


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