More Pages From League Of Extraordinary Gentleman Century 2009, Courtesy Of Gosh Comics

More Pages From League Of Extraordinary Gentleman Century 2009, Courtesy Of Gosh Comics

I popped into Gosh Comics of London to check that Bleeding Cool Magazine #0 had, indeed, made it through the Queen's Jubilee. Amd while I was there, noted a number of pages of original art from the upcoming League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 2009 volume. Some we've seen before, some we haven't. Kevin O'Neill was also there, popping in the back, possibly planning their upcoming signing event with Alan Moore

The glass over the pages were a little reflective at that time of day, but you get the idea… looks like Rosa Coote's dominatrix school from the first volume of League has grown over the years to become Coote's Centre Of Psychiatric Wellbeing – with still rather an interest in sexual matters. Malcolm Tucker is actually spinning this government. And Dixon Of Dock Green has his own monument…

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About Rich Johnston

Head writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world. Living in London, father of two. Political cartoonist.

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