Estação das Brumas

Esta o das Brumas Este livro come a com uma reuni o de fam lia e nele podemos encontrar pela primeira vez dos sete seis Perp tuos reunidos Como em qualquer reuni o familiar tamb m nesta se dizem coisas que n o agradam

  • Title: Estação das Brumas
  • Author: Neil Gaiman Mike Dringenberg Malcolm Jones III Kelley Jones P. Craig Russel Matt Wagner George Pratt Dick Giordano
  • ISBN: 9789896825997
  • Page: 483
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Este livro come a com uma reuni o de fam lia e, nele podemos encontrar pela primeira vez dos sete seis Perp tuos reunidos Como em qualquer reuni o familiar tamb m nesta se dizem coisas que n o agradam a todos, verdades amargas que magoam aquele a quem s o dirigidas Assim, Desejo de forma provocativa atinge Sonho ao dizer lhe que foi por sua culpa que a princesa NadEste livro come a com uma reuni o de fam lia e, nele podemos encontrar pela primeira vez dos sete seis Perp tuos reunidos Como em qualquer reuni o familiar tamb m nesta se dizem coisas que n o agradam a todos, verdades amargas que magoam aquele a quem s o dirigidas Assim, Desejo de forma provocativa atinge Sonho ao dizer lhe que foi por sua culpa que a princesa Nada est presa no Inferno Morte, que participa tamb m da reuni o, faz quest o de refor ar o quanto Sonho foi cruel e ego sta.Sonho reconhece que n o agiu bem e, que o seu comportamento foi cruel, por isso decide descer at s profundezas do Inferno para resgatar a princesa Nada, um seu antigo amor, por quem se tinha apaixonado e, a quem o pr prio condenou a 10 000 anos no Inferno porque ela se tinha recusado ficar a seu lado.

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    2. I find myself at a loss for words whenever I come to review a volume of this series, simply because it is just that good. What is there to talk of that will do it justice? Could I speak of the intelligent weaving of mythological figures with distinctively human personalities? No. Not enough. Could I speak of the literary allusions and most apt references to long dead poets and writers? No. Not enough. One thing I can say with absolute certainty is that Gaiman is a genius.This is by far the best [...]

    3. The story goes to Hell, in more than one sense.Creative Team:Writer: Neil GaimanIllustrators: Kelly Jones, Malcolm Jones III, Mike Dringenberg, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt & P. Craig RussellCovers: Dave McKeanLetterer: Todd KleinFAMILY REUNIONS, HELLISH KEYS, BOARDING SCHOOLS & DIVINE PARTIESYet another impressive introduction to the TPB by Harlan Ellison, denoting again that The Sandman is something else in the middle of the genre of comic books.Sometimes we can choose the [...]

    4. This is the point in the series where shit gets real. For one thing, this is the first glimpse you have of how truly mythically all-encompasing this series is. You have Odin, the Lucifer, some Faeries, Demons, a Japanese storm god, Bast and Anubis, two angelic presences, and other assorted powers all hanging out, not just in the same story. But on the same page. And it makes sense. You're left thinking, oh, yeah. Sure. Why wouldn't Thor be hitting on Bast? Even more importantly, this is the poin [...]

    5. Now the good stuff really gets started.Introducing most of the Eternals, we discover intrigue with Destiny, some deep sadness in Delirium, friendship in Death, capriciousness in Desire, and maybe a bit of reasonableness in Despair. Dream is there, of course, and he's rightly annoyed with his siblings.He is, after all, the one who had perpetrated a great crime. Who are they to taunt him?Ah, Nada. Such a tragic figure.And she's only a plot hook!Oh Hell I'm not going to spoil Hell, but Dream goes b [...]

    6. What happens when Lucifer decides to leave hell? Season of Mists, the fourth volume of The Sandman answers that question as Dream heads to Hell once again, this time to release a former lover who has been imprisoned and tortured for thousands of years. Upon arrival, he finds Hell deserted, and Lucifer ushering out the stragglers he has banished from the lands, he then hands dream the key to the kingdom. This is the best of the first four volumes in the series, with "A Doll's House" a close secon [...]

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    9. “So I'm back, to the velvet undergroundBack to the floor, that I loveTo a room with some lace and paper flowersBack to the gypsy that I wasTo the gypsy that I wasAnd it all comes down to youWell, you know that it doesWell, lightning strikes, maybe once, maybe twiceAh, and it lights up the night” (Nicks: Welsh Witch Music)When I think about Neil Gaiman’s work, it all comes back to American Gods. This is the book by him that to me is the most identifiable of his canon and the work upon so mu [...]

    10. Bayıldım "Sandman" efsanesi her ciltinde daha da acayipleşiyor. "Sandman: Sisler Mevsimi" çizimler ve diyaloglar gerçekten çok güzel. İthaki Yayınları'nın basım özeni, kalitesi ayrı Elif Ersavcı'nın çevirisi ayrı güzel. Ama en önemlisi bu çizgi romanı benzersiz (hatta diğer ciltlerden de), üstün kılan tarafı (naçizane bence) kurgusu / Öyküsü. Neil Gaiman'ın "Sandman sevenler muhakkak okur, fazla kasmaya gerek yok" dememiş. Özenli, hoş bir eser olmuş.

    11. Beware of gifts from the Devil, a lesson that Dream learned too late when he entered the realm of Hell, ready to do battle with Lucifer if necessary, only to have the Lord of Hell tell his gift he was closing shop. There was to be no battle unless Dream wanted it so and only a gift for his guest, the key of Hell. Now the reluctant owner of a prime piece of psychic real estate, Morpheus gets embroiled by a series of supplicants from various pantheons seeking the key and eager to offer gifts, thre [...]

    12. It was so, SO good, it left me in weird state of mind - it's like you're high, but not really. Remember the guy from vol. 3, the writer, who was punished by Morpheus by having too many ideas? I think it's Gaiman himself, having all those ideas, but not being unhappy because of that in the slightest. He proves all the time that he actually can build the worlds and create all those characters with their own worlds, and although it's not in the story, you get a taste of that, that the box contains [...]

    13. I'm starting to think maybe these comics just aren't for me. This was hard to get through. I enjoyed the first scene where Dream and his siblings get together. Most of the story involved Dream going to Hell to retrieve a woman he had condemned there 10,000 years ago for rejecting him (what a dick). Lucifer doesn't even want to be King of Hell anymore and gives it to Dream. He doesn't want it either and ends up giving it back to two angels. So Hell will be Hell once again, but with angels oversee [...]

    14. The Sandman Vol. 4: Season of Mists: Deities scramble to fill a vacancy in Hell After the stand-alone stories of Vol 3, many of which only feature Morpheus in the background, in Vol 4 the Sandman takes center stage once again. The Prologue sets the stage for a new story-arc, as Destiny strolls through his barren garden, in his monk’s cowl and with his huge book, and encounters the three Fates. As usual, they drop some cryptic clues that big events are afoot and then depart. Destiny checks his [...]

    15. After reading more of Neil Gaiman’s classic “Sandman” series, I never would have thought that the stories would get better and better and the fourth volume “Season of Mists” certainly did not disappoint me! Dream (Morpheus) definitely got his hands full in this volume that will reveal many shocking surprises for the fans of the fantastic “Sandman” series!In this volume “Season of Mists,” when a family meeting between the Endless ends up revealing Dream’s past horrible deed of [...]

    16. As I had hoped after reading Volume Three, the fourth volume does get back into the meat of the story and we learn more about the Endless, which is what I've been waiting for all along. This quaint little family convinces Dream that this thing he did a bazillion years ago was totally uncool and he's sort of a douche for it, and he's all "Really? Huh, I gueeeessss" and he goes off to make things all better again. But it's not just a matter of strolling into Hell and fixing shit, because, well, it [...]

    17. It is unfortunate that Gaiman seems to be unable to surrender his archetypal cast to either humanity or inhumanity, but lets them sit awkwardly in the middle. Though he often presents Dream and his siblings as falling to love or petty squabbling, their reactions to such are often not to work towards decision, but to subside. In those cases where they do act, it becomes merely a meaningless exercise to continue the story. When this is done for the purpose of framing other tales and interweaving i [...]

    18. An endless family meeting has been called. Soon after they all arrive, Desire taunts Morpheus about the way he treated a former lover, Nada and condemned her to hell. His sister Death agrees, and he decides there and then to visit hell to bring her back. On his arrival, Lucifer expels all demons from the domain and gives Morpheus the key.As soon as it is know, other immortals journey to Morpheus at the dreaming to plead for control. They offer certain thing in exchange; Morpheus hears them all, [...]

    19. You've heard the expression about the gates of Hell being opened, but what if the gates of Hell are locked? Lucifer evicts his tenants, abdicates and gives the key to Morpheus. The demons want back in; various mythological creatures want the property given to them; but where do the souls from Hell go in the meantime? The story of a boy left behind at his boarding school during the holidays was probably my favorite part of all this imagining.

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    25. One of my all-time favorite Sandman story arcs. Lucifer decides that he's sick of being the lord of Hell, so to relieve himself of his duties and cause Morpheus some trouble as well, he closes down Hell and gives Morpheus the key. Now Morpheus must contend with the hordes of supernatural delegations who have come to him to petition for this most valuable real estate. The Faeries want Hell permanently shut down, so that they will no longer have to pay their tithe to Hell. Odin and his compatriots [...]

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