Kevin O'Neill Archives

Be The First To Read Cinema Purgatorio This Weekend, At LSCC
The Alan Moore/Kevin O'Neill-led anthology from Bleeding Cool publisher Avatar Press, Cinema Purgatorio has just hit $100,000 on Kickstarter, with a day-and-a-half to go. Avatar Press will have 200 copies of the deluxe hardcover of Cinema Purgatorio flown out to the London Super Comic Con this coming weekend They can be pre-ordered for $35 on Kickstarter,[...]
League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Will End In A "Year Or So"
In an interview with Bleeding Cool yesterday, about his upcoming Cinema Purgatorio project, Alan Moore passed on some news regarding the League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic he creates with Kevin O'Neill. Kevin had been working solely on that for fifteen years, and it must have occurred to him that if he'd actually murdered somebody he'd be out by[...]
Alan Moore On His New Comic With Kevin O'Neill, Cinema Purgatorio – Kieron Gillen, Max Brooks, Garth Ennis, Christos Gage And More
Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill are the creators of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen But, for Bleeding Cool owner Avatar Press, they are starting something new. Cinema Purgatorio, a horror anthology comic book including their work and the work of their friends, including Max Brooks, Kieron Gillen, Christos Gage and more. And, yes, it's being funded on Kickstarter. The lead[...]
3 Unique Deals From 3 Unique Comic Stores
The third of Gosh Comics' League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Nemo prints by Kevin O'Neill, signed by O'Neill and Alan Moore, is now available from their shop and website here. NEMO: RIVER OF GHOSTS LIMITED EDITION SCREENPRINT By Kevin O'Neill Signed by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill A3 (297mm x 420mm), four-colour screenprint, printed on 270gsm Mohawk Superfine acid-free archival[...]
My Favourite Reference In The New League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Comic
I probably haven't got it all myself. Just as with Captain Nemo and Pirate Jenny, Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill are expert at marrying up existing characters from different genres and tales to one continuity Such as Janni's bodyguard, Hugo. He seems to represent a number of characters, firstly the Irish mythological figure of Cú Chulainn, who defended Ulster[...]
The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol. III: Century Makes All The Right Connections
Dave Wallace reviews the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volume III: Century hardcover for BleedingCool: When Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill finally wrenched their League of Extraordinary Gentlemen series away from DC Comics, their first step was to change the format of the series completely The third volume of LOEG was neither a serialised six-part story in[...]
Things To Do In Gosh Comics In London This Week
Now they're publishing Bump by Kate Evans (called the most original talent in comics he's seen in a long time by Steve Bell), a book all about the ins-and-outs and gooey details of conception, pregnancy, and birthing. And then on Saturday, Kevin O'Neill will be signing League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Nemo: Roses of Berlin from 2pm[...]
Reading League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo: Roses Of Berlin
Because more than ever, Roses of Berlin sees Moore generously cede many of the book's most arresting moments to his creative companion – allowing Kevin O'Neill's artwork to carry key sequences with little to no dialogue, and writing setups that give O'Neill the chance to really cut loose with some imaginative (and occasionally disturbing) visual[...]
League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Roses Of Berlin Out Early, Today, On Digital
The Sequential App, which specialises in publishing and distributing select graphic novels, creating a boutique store, has the new League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen graphic novella, Roses Of Berlin, by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill out today. It's not yet available on ComiXology, nor in print, this appears to be a deliberate early sale to help promote[...]
Things To Do In London In March During British Comics Month
Get in quick as this is sure to sell out fast! Saturday, 29th March, 2pm to 6pm – Gosh Comics The grand old wizard of comics, Alan Moore, and the wonderfully talented Kevin O'Neill will be at Gosh! all day, signing copies of Nemo: Roses Of Berlin, out from Knockabout ROB is a continuation of the League[...]
Splash Page From The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Roses Of Berlin
This is an A3 giclée print by Kevin O'Neill reproducing a splash page from the upcoming The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Roses Of Berlin by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill It will be available through Gosh Comics of London and limited to forty copies And will not include that bar. So, you'd better hurry…   [...]
Listen To: Scam's Radio Ad, Kevin O'Neill On Life And League And Anonymous Addresses The Nation
Here's the thirty second radio ad for ComixTribe's Kickstarter appeal for the SCAM: Ultimate Collection volume, currently running on the WFAN sports station in New York, KROQ in Los Angeles and WAAF and WKAG in Boston and more… [audio:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5041898/SCAM%20by%20Joe%20Mulvey_30Radio_Kickstarter%20PreOrder_VerA.mp3] And South London Hardcore talks to Kevin O'Neill about his life, his loves and the new League Of[...]
The Next League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Book Is River Of Ghosts, And Set In 1975
Roses Of Berlin isn't out yet, but the next League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen chapter by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, River Of Ghosts, will complete the Nemo trilogy begun by Heart Of Ice. O'Neill told Diamond Previews, published today, that the new book will be set in 1975 in South America. That's the year Wonder Woman started[...]