He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Vol. 1 by James RobinsonHE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE return to comics in an all-new graphic novel!
Prince Adam sets out to reclaim the mantle of HE-MAN, a legendary power that he can wield for the powers of good. But around every turn the evil villain Skeletor seeks to destroy the young hero and keep him from finding his fellow Masters. Join writers James Robinson (EARTH 2, STARMAN) and Keith Giffen (LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES) and artist Philip Tan (GREEN LANTERN, BATMAN & ROBIN) as they unveil a MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE for a new generation.
The Giver Quotes
The front-buttoned jacket was the first sign of independence, the first very visible symbol of growing up. The bicycle, at Nine, would be the powerful emblem of moving gradually out into the community, away from the protective family unit. I received all of those, when I was selected. And here in this room all alone, I re-experience them again and again. It is how wisdom comes.
quotes from The Giver (The Giver, #1): 'The worst part of holding the memories is not the pain. It's the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared.'.
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Quotes 1: "For a contributing citizen to be released from the community was a final decision, a terrible punishment, an overwhelming statement of failure. Quotes 2: "After Twelve, age isn't important. Most of us even lose track of how old we are as time passes, though information is in the Hall of Open Records What's important is the preparation for adult life, and the training you'll receive in your Assignment. Quotes 3: "No one mentioned such things; it was not a rule, but was considered rude to call attention to things that were unsettling or different about individuals. Quotes 4: "He liked the feeling of safety here in this warm and quiet room; he liked the expression of trust on the woman's face as she lay in the water unprotected, exposed, and free. Quotes 5: "How could someone not fit in?
No one mentioned such things; it was not a rule, but was considered rude to call attention to things that were unsettling or different about individuals. To many readers, the idea that such a distinctive feature would be a source of shame is confusing, as many of our societies place value on individuality. Jonas compares his own light eyes to the unsettling depths of water, connecting the idea of individuality with danger. If someone stands out from the norm, then naturally that person would start to question the validity of that norm. Only through his lessons with the Giver will Jonas learn that our depths are what define us, and should be explored and celebrated not feared and ignored. It was effortless for Jonas, and even boring, though Asher enjoyed it.