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Voodoo: Dancing in the Dark (Voodoo Miniseries)

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Voodoo, a dancer with a supernatural past, finds herself caught up in magical doings deep in the heart of New Orleans. Unwittingly used as a vessel for black magic, Voodoo must fend off bad mojo in a game of life, death, and ultimate evil.
Paperback, 97 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by Wildstorm (first published 1999)
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Andy
Dec 03, 2008 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: lap dance crusaders
Shelves: comix-novel
T&A superhero sleaze about a stripper with psychic powers fighting evil voodoo forces in New Orleans. She's either naked or showing T&A on every other page. This book owes more to the Victoria's Secret catalog than an Aleister Crowley book.
Artur Coelho
Oct 04, 2012 rated it liked it
Coisas que acontecem quando Alan Moore pega num personagem: as suas características típicas ficam esquecidas enquanto a história avança num enredo de características místicas ou esotéricas. Foi o caso de Voodoo, originalmente uma personagem da Wildstorm com a capacidade mística de saber se alguém estava possuído por agentes de uma espécie alienígena invasora. Moore coloca tudo isso de lado e mergulha a personagem em Nova Orleães, numa história que é uma boa desculpa para o autor brincar com os í ...more
Steven
Aug 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
I'll be honest...the one thing that caused me to crack this open was that it was written by Alan Moore. Voodoo is a character that's never caught my interest, past or present, as she's essentially an excuse for mild comics sleaze -- and ever here Voodoo herself is presented with copious t&a.

If you can hold your nose and look past the more excessive aspects of the artwork (which is generally okay, and sometimes actually quite interesting when you look at what's in the panels; it's not as visu
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Matti Karjalainen
New Orleansia piinaava sarjamurhaaja iskee jälleen: kadulta löydetään kuollut nainen, jonka verettömässä ruumissa on viitisenkymmentä pistohaavaa. Olisiko kyse jonkinlaisista rituaalimurhista?

Tapahtumien pyörteisiin tempaistaan myös kaupunkiin vastikään saapunut Priscilla Kitaen, entinen WildC.A.T.s -supersankarijoukon jäsen ja nykyinen eksoottinen tanssija (vähän päälleliimattua, mutta kaipa tälläkin muutama ylimääräinen lehti saatiin kaupaksi), joka saa taustatukea mystistä hotellia pyörittävä
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Don
Dec 01, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: graphic-novels
Alan Moore writing minor Wildcats character Voodoo, but ignoring everything about her character to date and instead choosing to write a completely unconnected (oh man) New Orleans-based voodoo story, and a pretty sub-par one at that. I mean, when the first page of a voodoo story has an older black man called "Papa" - gee, who can that be? - you can tell there's not much surprise to be had.

Entirely forgettable, and not really worth reading.
Stefan Fergus
Nov 14, 2013 rated it liked it
Very different to the New 52 series of the same name. Only thing they share is Voodoo's real name and profession as an exotic dancer. That makes (a little) more sense in this story, given the serial-killer-supernatural aspect of the story. Only four issues long, it didn't really have much time to dig deep, but there was still a lot of stuff about voodoo. And not a daemonite in sight...
Feather Mista
Mar 09, 2010 marked it as to-read
Shelves: pospuestos
Este libro lo empecé dos veces... Y las dos veces me gustó, así que no sé por qué fui tan nabo de dejarlo. No creo que lo retome antes del año que viene, pero espero que sí sea pronto.
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Alan Moore is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics, including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell. He has also written a novel, Voice of the Fire, and performs "workings" (one-off performance art/spoken word pieces) with The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels, some of which have been released on CD.

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