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by Dave Sim,Gerhard

eBook Cerebus: The Last Day download ISBN: 0919359213
Author: Dave Sim,Gerhard
Publisher: Aardvark-Vanheim (March 31, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 260
ePub: 1663 kb
Fb2: 1332 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Cerebus: The Last Day has been added to your Cart. This particular volume consists entirely of Cerebus' last day of life.

Cerebus: The Last Day has been added to your Cart. It starts off with a dream Cerebus has, which is really Dave Sim's explanation for the Origin of Everything (this is the sort of thing that has alienated so many Cerebus readers). Then Cerebus wakes up, and we witness the rest of his day, until he dies. I won't give away too much, but Cerebus is a decrepit old man at this point. Anyway, if you read the previous 15 volumes of Cerebus, I'm sure you'll want to find out how it ends.

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Cerebus (/ˈsɛrəbəs/; also Cerebus the Aardvark) is a comic book series created by Canadian cartoonist Dave Sim, which ran from December 1977 until March 2004

Cerebus (/ˈsɛrəbəs/; also Cerebus the Aardvark) is a comic book series created by Canadian cartoonist Dave Sim, which ran from December 1977 until March 2004. The title character of the 300-issue series is an anthropomorphic aardvark who takes on a number of roles throughout the series-barbarian, prime minister and Pope among them.

Reprinting Cerebus Issues 289-300. I quit reading Cerebus back around the time that Dave Sim developed his obsession with F. Scott Fitzgerald. Having recently acquired my own appreciation for the greatness of F. Scott Fitzgerald, it occurred to me that I should go back and see how the whole Cerebus epic ended (because that's how my mind works). Particular mention should be made of Sim and his co-artist Gerhard's extraordinary attention to visual detail, extending to the placement of shadows and subtle degrees of shading in many of the panels.

Cerebus: The Last Day. (Book in the Cerebus Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780919359215. Release Date:March 2004.

CEREBUS the Aardvark by DAVE SIM Published by Aardvark-Vanaheim What started out simply as a parody of Robert E. Howards Conan the Barbarian, especially the Marvel Comics Barry Smith Roy Thomas incarnation, became. Howards Conan the Barbarian, especially the Marvel Comics Barry Smith Roy Thomas incarnation, became so much more. VERY FINE+ Condition. With only minor superficial softness and wear. Ready to ship in 3–5 business days. There was a problem calculating your shipping.

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Comments: (6)
Marirne
If you've read vols. 1-15, why oh why would you stop now? I became aware of Cerebus as this arc was being published monthly. It was a curiosity in that a comic book had never been seen that was a biblical commentary with footnotes, end notes to those foot notes and claiming that unified theory had been discovered by a comic book author. Sim claims the opening commentary is what the entire series has been leading to. If you've put in the effort to try to understand Latter Days, this is a much more stream lined (albeit archaically written) version of the creation story. If anything at this point you probably want to know how the aardvark meets his end which Sim delivers as promised. Looking back over the 16 volumes and 6,000 pages the only advice I can give is if you've started it, stick with it, it's worth it. If you haven't started it, don't it's not worth it.
Wilalmaine
...i was first introduced to Cerebus back in 1987 (when i was still in high school) from a friend who let me read a few of his back issues. I quickly became quite the "Cerebus fanatic" buying up all the issues i could find. Eventually i bought a couple of the phone books "church and state" "high society" and was blown away by the creative genius of Sim in both his storytelling and his almost "animation cell" like artwork (thanks to his background artist Gerhard)...

...as the story progressed and the pacing slloooowed down...somewhere around Jakas Story... i figured i would stop buying the individual issues and just wait for all of the phone books.... and 18 years later here they are!!!!!! One of the greatest tales (in 16 volumes) ever to appear in graphic form!!!!
Coiril
This is the last volume in the series of paperbacks collecting the entire run of Cerebus. This is a very complex series, so you really need to read the previous 15 volumes to understand what is going on here. A lot of people gave up on this series long before it got to this volume, due to Dave Sim's controversial viewpoints and some often infuriating plot developments. But I'm not going to go into what happened in previous volumes. This particular volume consists entirely of Cerebus' last day of life. It starts off with a dream Cerebus has, which is really Dave Sim's explanation for the Origin of Everything (this is the sort of thing that has alienated so many Cerebus readers). Then Cerebus wakes up, and we witness the rest of his day, until he dies. I won't give away too much, but Cerebus is a decrepit old man at this point. Anyway, if you read the previous 15 volumes of Cerebus, I'm sure you'll want to find out how it ends. If you haven't read Cerebus before, this isn't the place to start.
TheSuspect
I will not comment on the opening text, only to say that I DID read all of it.

For the "comic" portion, we see the consequences of Cerebus' decision to fall in love with a woman who looks astonishingly like Jaka and is only referred to as "New Joanne." There is both humor and sadness in this final chapter, and, as the other reviewers have said, Cerebus dies. But what happens after death? We get to see that as well. This may not be the end; there's always the chance that Cerebus could (metaphorically) become a neutrino and escape, but I said I wasn't going to comment on the text portion.
Drelalen
The strengh of this book is with the exception of the opening section which is mainly text invovling a reinterpetation of various religous texts stemming from the prior books ,the rest of this is actually comics. The weakness is the pacing as Sim goes over and over Cerebus's various alilments in a redundent fashion. Cerebus in this book is essentially an aging powerful religous/political figure trapped in his own home. A sad ending to the series - tyhe final section involving his death however is beautifully drawn
Malann
The black & white artwork in this book is so detailed & insightful, that It serves other comic book artists an insurmountable task to (at the very least) aspire to. If you're objective enough (as most devoted Cerebus readers seem to be) - you'll understand that this book isn't meant to 'entertain' you with subject matter akin to television. This book is a detailed observation on the personal intricacies of a VERY old man (or aardvark). Sim's black & white 'method' of depicting this is marvelous.

This book is a great endcap to the Cerebus stroyline.

Bobby.N