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Niks dan lof over deze reeks. Bevriende stripfanaten klagen vaak over het trage verteltempo in Murena maar wanneer je de albums kort na elkaar kan lezen valt er enkel te genieten van deze meer gedetailleerde vertelling. De zorg en creativiteit die Delaby stak in het tekenen van de strippagina's van de grote brand van Rome wekt veel bewondering op. De uitstekende inkleuring door Petiqueux schittert hier nog meer. Men heeft Delaby al de spirituele zoon van Jacques Martin genoemd maar dan pleegt hi Niks dan lof over deze reeks.

Men heeft Delaby al de spirituele zoon van Jacques Martin genoemd maar dan pleegt hij al enkele albums vadermoord door Martin te overtreffen op het vlak van tekenkunsten, bladindeling als realisme. Jun 22, Marquise rated it it was amazing Shelves: This 8th volume closes the second cycle of Murena , also comprising four volumes like the first, which is entitled "The Cycle of the Wife.

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With Agrippina gone for good, the throne of biggest witch in Rome is left vacant. But don't worry, it'll not be so for long, for when the new arc opens in The Black Goddess translations of the titles are mine, for my copies are untranslated originals , there's already a new occupant: If Nero thought his troubles were gone with his mother, he's up for an unpleasant surprise. For although he's now the undisputed leader of the Empire, his rule isn't without challenges. His former friend Lucius Murena hasn't forgiven him for the past, and neither has ex-gladiator Balba, and together both are still looking for ways to exert no longer justice but good old plain vengeance on the Emperor for all that they've suffered.

In their quest, they obtain the unexpected assistance of a mysterious woman who dares to humiliate Nero in public as part of her own quest for retribution. All three of them will go on to face dangers and large obstacles to overcome at a high cost, and not everything will turn out as planned for any, especially not for Murena, who'll suffer even more loss. And then we again meet the Christians, with Peter having a larger role in this cycle as he gets closer to and a bit more influential over the Emperor.

This unassuming and sincere attitude, however, attracts the jealousy of the court, deeply baffled at this and at the Empress' fondness for Jews and Christians. When the Great Fire of Rome breaks out in A Life of Fire , the seventh volume and in my opinion the best in the entire series, they see their golden opportunity to eliminate them forever passing over the reluctance of the imperial couple.

And the manner in which the fire starts in this version is quite interesting, by the way, I completely didn't expect that in the least.

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This is the best cycle of the published two, in my opinion. If the quality of the art was impeccable before, in this it's better; the artist outdid himself with the panels covering the Great Fire, which are awesome in the full sense of the word.

As to the narration, this cycle is less politics and more personal and adventurous, with more action sequences than the first one, and has a bit less melodrama, perhaps because we no longer have someone of Agrippina's calibre. But it doesn't have a bit less mature content for that, on the contrary, it can have more in some of the volumes, mostly due to the new Empress'. I wasn't so amused with certain secondary character that appeared, however, as it was too repulsive even for a series so famously gritty. That and the needless cruelty with which Nero exacted revenge on another character were my major objections.

Maybe it's a sign of the upcoming absolute "madness" Roman chroniclers describe about him in his last years. Anyhow, the cycle's quite worth the time spent on it. As a plus, it wraps up quite nicely without a bothersome cliffhanger, which is more appreciated because, as I learnt on finishing the last released issue, the amazing artist that illustrated Murena has died, and it's going to be hard to find someone of his talent to replace him. I do hope it won't mean this'll end up like many other series, unfinished.

Jul 03, Jess Swann rated it really liked it. Parmi tous ces personnages, je confirme ma bonne opinion de Ruffalo et de sa fille, Claudia.

Ce que j'aime moins: Nov 16, Josh rated it really liked it. Great ravages of fire. Katsandrya rated it it was amazing Mar 08, Zazie rated it really liked it Jan 02, Mario Espinosa rated it really liked it Jan 25, Julien rated it it was amazing May 18, Bram Hoorelbeke rated it liked it Aug 13, Sebastien rated it really liked it Dec 30, In , for example, the story La Morte Amoureuse Clarimonde was published pointing out how mysterious our dreams and daydreams could be.

Indeed we spent a good amount of time sleeping in life, sometimes 6 Awesome selection of Gautier's works. Indeed we spent a good amount of time sleeping in life, sometimes 6, 8 hours a day. And how many times have we carried into the dream forces or elements that have stained the mind during the vigil?

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Maybe always, maybe this is one of the mechanicals roots of sleep. There are many studies about those issues since Greek philosophers passing through Freud, etc and all modern neuroscience. Dreams have always been a great mystery to mankind. Psychologically there are many people who prefer to live their dreams reality almost like a reverie rather than their own vigil. What would happen if the dreams were so intense that we wondered if we were really asleep or if we were awake? The process would begin to become even more worrying if we start to be in doubt if the dream is the reality or the reality is a dream.

In other words, we could live a double existence. Not as Dostoevsky's tale "The Double", but a double life between dream and vigil, which really leaves us in doubt about the real. Gautier also describes the experience of the authentic cut of personalities of the same self because of it: He could not separate the dream from the vigil, and he knew nothing was beginning to happen and where the illusion ended. But this is only for one of the tales from this book, there are many great others texts inside it. Great selection of Gautier's works.

La Morte amoureuse, suivi de Une nuit de Cléopâtre by Théophile Gautier

In one of this tales, La Morte Amouseuse, the author points out how mysterious our dreams and daydreams could be. There are many studies about those issues since Greek philosophers passing through Freu Great selection of Gautier's works. May 17, David Meditationseed rated it it was amazing. In Gautier published La Morte Amoureuse pointing out how mysterious our dreams and daydreams could be. Dream In Gautier published La Morte Amoureuse pointing out how mysterious our dreams and daydreams could be.

It was nothing special. I had to read it for class so it added to my dislike for this book. Maud Books and Meteors rated it liked it Mar 31, Samhain rated it liked it Nov 16, Julie Vallie P rated it really liked it Oct 16, Guillermo rated it it was amazing Aug 26, Katsandrya rated it really liked it Jul 08, Laura rated it really liked it Apr 04, Auvertigede rated it really liked it Dec 07, Rhea rated it liked it Nov 01, Anne-charlotte rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Beatrice rated it did not like it Feb 18, Elise rated it it was ok Jun 16, Stephanie Bundy rated it really liked it Mar 01, Lilie rated it really liked it Aug 16,