Strangers in Paradise, Volume 7: Sanctuary

Strangers in Paradise Volume Sanctuary Collects vol issues Francine is middle aged married and miserable when by chance she encounters her long lost friend Katchoo As the two begin to recall their tumultuous relationship they

  • Title: Strangers in Paradise, Volume 7: Sanctuary
  • Author: Terry Moore
  • ISBN: 9781892597090
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collects vol 3 issues 17 24.Francine is middle aged, married and miserable when, by chance, she encounters her long lost friend, Katchoo As the two begin to recall their tumultuous relationship, they rediscover the truth about their love and friendship for each other, and how it all slipped away A powerful story arc from the Eisner Award winning series, as told by itCollects vol 3 issues 17 24.Francine is middle aged, married and miserable when, by chance, she encounters her long lost friend, Katchoo As the two begin to recall their tumultuous relationship, they rediscover the truth about their love and friendship for each other, and how it all slipped away A powerful story arc from the Eisner Award winning series, as told by its critically acclaimed creator, Terry Moore.

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    1. I will preface this by saying that Strangers in Paradise is awesome and continues to be awesome as I am about one third of the way through the series. However, we are coming up on the place that I have stopped twice before. I always wondered why I stopped, but I think Sanctuary has given me some hints as to why – but I am not stopping this time!There is something about this collection of issues - #17 through #24 – that just felt different, maybe a little off – from all the previous volumes [...]

    2. “I don’t know what fabric lies beneath the life we live, but on the other side of our mortal pain is a place of sanctuary.”-KatchooSo much great poetry in here! I love how Francine and Katchoo are reflecting on their lives in this Volume. This does not make it the least bit less interesting, rather enhances the readers appreciation for the characters. I am certainly getting lost every time I open Strangers in Paradise. And that ending!!!“In the end, it’s not the words of our enemies we [...]

    3. morethansuperhumans.cLike volume 4, Sanctuary opens with the middle-aged Francine, who is trapped in a loveless marriage and who hasn't seen her best friend, Katchoo, in ten years. Then we meet the future Katchoo, who is living in Santa Fe as a successful artist. Francine's mom, worried about Francine's deep depression, calls Katchoo and asks her to put aside whatever drove them apart and to visit Francine. The result is one of the most touching scenes in the entire series. Meanwhile, back in th [...]

    4. Paste from my review of Volume 1. I've read most of the series and feel the same review overall applies to everything:The series has beautiful black and white line art throughout. It's the main reason I ever started it. Terry Moore is a masterly graphic artist and a riveting storyteller. I suspect I'll read anything he puts out. That said, I prefer Rachel Rising (horror) and Echo (science fiction), personally. SiP (as fans tend to call it) is a work focused almost entirely on how people relate t [...]

    5. 2012 Reread: I got lost in this for a month. My very first full reread since the series hit its ending. Since I knew where it would start and go and end up. It was just as terrible, wonderful, painful, heartbreaking, heart healing, amazing as every other read. I never stop knowing my heart belongs to this.

    6. Terry Moore hits it out of the park yet again, and tugs on the heartstrings even more than normal. This series is just damn incredible. And Francine & Katchoo are the kind of women I wish I had in my life.

    7. Strangers in Paradise was the first comic title I was obsessed with, not counting The Crow, which was a different thing all together. SIP was consistently astounding.

    8. I could and have re read this series over and over. It has made me laugh out loud, cry and just come to understand how powerful comics can be.

    9. A very powerful volume which brings us several important plot points and elements for the series.

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