Collects Promethea (1999) #7-12. Written by Alan Moore. Art by J.H. Williams III, Mick Gray and José Villarrubia. Painted cover by Williams and Villarrubia. Presenting the second trade paperback of the critically acclaimed, multiple award-winning series PROMETHEA. Find out why Entertainment... read more
“Sure, matter's the lowest plane, furthest from existence's starting point in the pure essential working that is God. One the other hand, you could see Earth as that working's final result: It's ultimate purpose. What's important is understanding that mind and matter aren't separated. They're just different points in one system, different stops on one highway.”
“The snake is the spiralling DNA. Its represents all earthly life. The moonlit woman is all dream and fantasy. Do you see, Sophie? It's a wonderful dance between the flesh and the imagination...”
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