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Flight (Cerebus, Volume 7) by Dave Sim

Flight (Cerebus, Volume 7) (1993)

by Dave Sim, Gerhard (Illustrator)

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Cerebus gets meta-physical once again. He ascends to the Eight Sphere and has a talk with one of the gods of his universe. In the mean time, Roach turns into Punisherroach and starts a small rule of his own, killing the Cirinists in passing (which turns out to be quite funny...).

Boy, I truly hope that the story will come down from the high philosophy it has gotten into... :) Don't know what to wait from the next book. ( )
  JapaG | Jul 1, 2007 |
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The counterpoint to the impressive foundation of the two-volume, 1,200-page Church & State is the equally impressive, equally complex Mothers & Daughters, the first volume of which is Flight. This graphic novel concerns the fight between the newly established matriarchy and the opposing "daughterarchy." Cerebus, trying to regain the power he lost when the matriarchal Cirinists took over, heads down a fateful, blood-soaked path. Dave Sim is often reviled as a misogynist because of the radical politics and philosophy laid down in his books, the groundwork of which begins here and builds toward the climax of Mothers & Daughters, which was so explosive that when it was initially released it cost Sim several close friends.

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Cerebus the Aardvark, in an attempt to regain his power from the Cirinists, a new matriarchal establishment, engages in bloody battle, meets an Aardvark ancestor, and plays chess with Suenteus Po. First volume of "Mothers & Daughters."

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