Thanks, you've reminded me that I've still not got around to reading either of these. Maybe something to get hold of to accompany the big Invisibles Omnibus when it comes out later this year.
I'm halfway through Patrick Meaney's Our Sentence is Up, a close reading of and companion to Grant Morrison's The Invisibles. It's really good and informative although I'm disagreeing with quite a few of Meaney's assessments. Which just goes to prove that The Invisibles is whatever you want it to be – complex or pretentious, glam pulp or dense occult epic, pop comics or self-indulgent attempt at apotheosis and reality hacking. Plus, it's interesting to reread the series and contrast and compare your interpretations with Meaney's views. A very nice complement to Patrick Neighly and Kereth Cowe-Spigai's essential The Invisibles guide Anarchy For The Masses.
Definitely. There's a lot to pick apart there.
I'd love to see someone tackle Promethea in a similar way.