Going Home (Cerebus, #13)

Going Home (Cerebus, #13) Reprinting Cerebus Issues 232 250Cerebus and Jaka travel towards his home village but don t get there Instead it offers an extended critique partiche of the work of F Scott Fitzgerald, as F Stop Kennedy. New Download [ Going Home (Cerebus, #13) ] author [ Dave Sim ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • Going Home (Cerebus, #13)
  • Dave Sim
  • English
  • 20 April 2017
  • 0919359191

10 thoughts on “Going Home (Cerebus, #13)

  1. says:

    The thirteenth volume in this series, collecting issues 232 250 of Cerebus Upon my first reading of this series a decade and some change ago, I was under the belief that this is the volume where the series officially jumped the shark There was no going back and it was all downhill from here I do have to amend my position after the second reading and state that the Fonzie daredevil moment has to be knocked back one volume and the title awarded to Rick s Story I was not nearly as bored as I w The thirteenth volume in this series, c...

  2. says:

    Going Home is really three books This volume contains the first two, the short ish Sudden Moves and Fall And The River , while the third part Form Void gets the next phonebook to itself Sudden Moves picks up where Rick s Story left off Cerebus and Jaka are heading north to Cerebus home of Sand Hills Creek to start a life together there They are in the first flush of love, the giddy, exhilarated, laughing part, as they walk from tavern to tavern Jaka appears to have a kind of c Going Home is really three books This volume contains the first two, the short ish Sudden Moves and Fall And The River , while the third part Form Void gets the next phonebook to itself Sudden Moves picks up where Rick s Story left off Cerebus and Jaka are heading north to Cerebus home of Sand Hills Creek to start a life together there They are in the first flush of love, the giddy, exhilarated, laughing part, as they walk from tavern to tavern Jaka appears to have a kind of celebrity, engendered by her royal background in Palnu and the success of Oscar s Read, and thus the journey is facilitated by the Cirinists, who keep a watchful eye on them throughout This section shows us what Cirinist controlled Estarcion looks like from outside the pubs of Guys I don t really know ho...

  3. says:

    Me duele tener que ponerle a uno de los libros de una de las series de historietas que m s me han gustado 3 estrellas Pero se las merece Going Home es un libro que divaga, confunde y aburre Los pedazos escritos que son est pidamente abundantes son desesperantes y extra os Digo, no es que no me agrade leerlos, pero me da mucha flojera tener que quemarme las pesta as y el cerebro tratando de entender lo que Sim quiere decir Al contrario de libros como Jaka s Story y en parte Rick s Story, Me duele tener que ponerle a uno de los libros de una de las series de historietas que m s me han gustado 3 estrellas Pero se las merece Going Home es un libro que divaga, confunde y aburre Los pedazos escritos que son est pidamente abundantes son desesperantes y extra os Digo, no es que no me agrade leerlos, pero me da mucha flojera tener que quemarme las pesta as y el cerebro tratando de entender lo que Sim quiere decir Al contrario de libros como Jaka s Story y en parte Rick s Story, en Going Home todos los extractos escritos tienen que ver con la historia, lo que hace m s tediosa la lectura del volumen como tal Y, tris...

  4. says:

    This book is split into two distinct entities, the first being the struggle of Cerebus to get Jaka to his old hometown and apparently their new home without running afoul of Jaka s compulsion to never wear the same outfit two days in a row I will skip this patently bizarre device of Sim s although it does have faint roots in her dancing costumes at Pud s tavern In any case, they decide to tour south in order to always be near clothing stores, and then take a boat up the river towards their This book is split into two distinct entities, the first being the struggle of Cerebus to get Jaka to his old hometown and apparently their new home without running afoul of Jaka s compulsion to never wear the same outfit two days in a row I will skip this patently bizarre device of Sim s although it does have faint roots in her dancing costumes at Pud s tavern In any case, they decide to tour south in order to always be near clothing stores, and then take a boat up the river towards their destination There are some nice cameos from Alan Moore, Rick Veitch and others The second half of the book is the boat trip, which they take with an homage to F Scott Fitzgerald Like his turn with Oscar Wilde, Sim s devotion to his literary subjects is very deep The textual passages are well crafted parodies of Fitzgerald, and references to the author s life and h...

  5. says:

    My goodnessactual narrative Actual, dare I say, plot Yes Oh my goodness, actual things happoh hey there F Scott Fitzgerald Yeah, it is kind of weird seeing you in a Cerebus book In fact, you kind of bring the story to a screeching halt fast enough to give the reader whiplash.To his credit, I ll at least say here that this character is forced into the world of Cerebus muchsmoothly then Oscar or the next character Ham But it still is a little confusing and certainly throws off t My goodnessactual narrative Actual, dare I say, plot Yes Oh my goodness, actual thin...

  6. says:

    Most of Dave Sim s Cerebus run is a dense read, packed with stunning backgrounds and clever lettering This one has a slow moving plot covering Cerebus and Jaka s trip to Cerebus homelands Things are complicated by her being a princess under constant guard and the two of them changing destinations frequently I do miss the moments of inspired parody from the early run of the series, but respect his exploration of meta themes as writers in the story write about their traveling partners What s n Most of Dave Sim s Cerebus run is a dense read, packed with stunning backgrounds and clever lettering This one has a slow moving plot covering Cerebus and Jaka s trip to Cerebus homelands T...

  7. says:

    This late volume of Cerebus is light on plot basically, Cerebus and Jaka travel towards his home village but don t get there instead it offers an extended critique partiche of the work of F Scott Fitzgerald, as F Stop Kennedy, who writes a novel that transmogri...

  8. says:

    After reading the end section of chasing Scott it s difficult to remember how the main story went.This book pulls out of the slump of beingnovel than graphic, then being in a bar forever We finally get back out in Estarcion and ...

  9. says:

    Cerebus and Jaka travel to his home town in a boat with F Scott Fitzgerald Once again, Sims gives us some of the most human relationships out of any comic, told with grace and beautiful illustrations One of the issues in this volume was the first issue of Cerebus I ever read i...

  10. says:

    I could not believe how boring and misogynistic this was Of course, I am allegedly the narrowindmindrightwingreactionary Did Sim get premature senility.Bolsters my opinion that the series went straight downhill after the boiling lead incident.

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