Form and Void (Cerebus, #14)

Form and Void (Cerebus, #14) Reprinting Cerebus Issues 251 265This book continues the storyline that began in Going Home Dave Sim turns his literary lens to Ernest Hemingway, using entries from Mary Hemingway s journal as script and inspiration Beware This is not the glowing review the most give Poppa , but a critical look at deeply troubled writer and his equally disfunctional wife Dave Sim puts forth a well documented argument to support his ideas You could take him to task on his opinions, or enjoy this terrific Cerebus story without ever looking at the notes included in To Ham or Ham Not Download Form and Void (Cerebus, #14) – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 370 pages
  • Form and Void (Cerebus, #14)
  • Dave Sim
  • English
  • 21 June 2018
  • 0919359205

10 thoughts on “Form and Void (Cerebus, #14)

  1. says:

    Sigh Here s where it all kind of comes to an end Ernest Hemingway and his wife Mary are featured I don t want to go too far into the plot to avoid spoilers, but it s really the last severing of the core Cerebus story Now, you will only get Cerebus and his interior world, which is fighting against the evil Woman, and God Again, Jaka s character is tweaked a little bit , it seems, toperfectly fit Sim s idea of how women are bad To be fair, Sim certainly doesn t say that Cerebus act Sigh Here s where it all kind of comes to an end Ernest Hemingway and his wife Mary are featured I don t want to go too far into the plot to avoid spoilers, but it s really the last severing...

  2. says:

    Also known as Going Home Volume II, this volume collects issues 251 265 of Cerebus and is the second to last arc in the 300 issue series Last volume we had the F Scott Fitzgerald analogue F Stop Kennedy, and here we have the Ernest Hemingway character, Ham Ernestway not the greatest of takes on a name, but then the author isn t going for subtlety and often a parody or whatever works best with its roots showing The Hemingway presented here is not the boisterous hunter, who typed away as th Also known as Going Home Volume II, this volume collects issues 251 265 of Cerebus and is the second to last arc in the 300 issue series Last volume we had the F Scott Fitzgerald analogue F Stop Kennedy, and here we have the Ernest Hemingway characte...

  3. says:

    Another beautiful volume of psychological damage, now with Ernest Hemingway.

  4. says:

    We ve jumped on from the end of Fall And The River Cerebus and Jaka are now travelling with Ham Ernestway and his wife Mary Ham is of course a Hemingway pastiche, and Cerebus, who we shouldn t forget is still a little gender confused after Astoria s revelation back in Reads, hero worships this manliest of men It s nor reciprocated though Ham is taciturn and uncommunicative at the best of times, and it is left to Mary to do most of the talking And that s where things go wrong for this book We ve jumped on from the end of Fall And The River Cerebus and Jaka are now travelling with Ham Ernestway and his wife Mary Ham is of course a Hemingway pasti...

  5. says:

    Ernest Hemingway for some reason

  6. says:

    I am really frustrated reading the end notes to this volume Fine, Hemingway was a typist The exasperating part of this author is the making of an argument that starts out fine and then veers into that this must follow when it doesn t I m thinking about his idea of equality and saying that women aren t equal but then that they should be when it comes to certain parts I must remember that he is a proponent of mens rights and that some of the ...

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 4 estrellas No que Sim la estaba cagando Por qu 4 estrellas Las primeras 200 p ginas son como el libro anterior Aburridas, confusas, de hueva Todo el rollo de Ernest Hemingway Ham Ernestway es una patada en el trasero para los que esper bamos un cambio de ritmo en la historia Pero, ah Todo cambia cuando la loca y extra a esposa de Ernestway mata a su marido A partir de ah casi todo es tan bueno como los dem s libros antes del 13, por supuesto.La secuencia en la que Jaka y Cerebu 4 estrellas No que Sim la estaba cagando Por qu 4 estrellas Las primeras 200 p ginas son como el libro anterior Aburridas, confusas, de hueva Todo el rollo de Ernest Hemingway Ham Ernestway es una patada en el trasero para los que esper bamos un cambio de ritmo en la historia Pero, ah Todo cambia cuando la loca y extra a esposa de Ernestway mata a su marido A partir de ah casi todo es tan bueno como los dem s libros antes del 13, por supuesto.La secuencia en la que Jaka y Cerebus se pierden en la ventisca, fabulosa y graciosa El final, supremo.Claro que se demuestra la opini n que tiene Dave...

  8. says:

    While continuing to suffer from the misogyny that the later entries in the Cerebus arguably suffered from, I found this book a step up from the preceding volumes overall Unlike some of Sim s previous story arcs involving semi biographical accounts of authors, this one actually managed to keep Cerebus and Jaka involved without completely digressing from the main story like in Melmoth He managed to weave his desire to paint a snapshot of Hemingway s final days while at the same time continuing While continuing to suffer from the misogyny that the later entries in the Cerebus arguably suffered from, I found this book a step up from the preceding volumes overall Unlike some of Sim s previous story arcs involving semi biographical accounts of authors, this one actually managed to keep Cerebus and Jaka involved without completely digressing from the main story lik...

  9. says:

    I have a much better title for this book It should just be A biography of Ernest Hemingway with some other stuff about an aardvark I used to enjoy writing about Again, the frustrating thing about Sim is that on its own this wouldn t be so bad I would never have read it, but I m not going to knock on him liking Ernest Hemingway If you want to write ...

  10. says:

    It s not that the drawings aren t beautiful or that the sequential art isn t plotted innovatively or that Sim s research hasn t resulted in a work that feels rich and multitextured It s that this book seems to have been written almost entirely out of Sim s contempt for Ernest Hemingway, for Mary Hemingway, and for women in general There s not much else to it, and Sim s and Gerhard s craft can t hide the underlying pettiness of the book.There s some good stuff in here, mostly in Cerebus s unre It s not that the drawings aren t beautiful or that the sequential art isn t plotted innovatively or that Sim s research hasn t resulted in a work that feels rich and multitextured It s that this book seems to have been written almost entirely out of Sim s contempt for Ernest Hemingway, for Mary Hemingway, and for women in general There s not much else to it, and Si...

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