Kevin O'Neill Archives

Preview: League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009
Here are some early looks at the upcoming League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 2009 by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill to be published in June I've tried to summon my inner Jess Nevins… do feel free to join in. A rusted ruined Martain ship from the Martian invasion of Earth, in LOEG II The Treens Out[...]
Marshal Law Omnibus Confirmed From DC Comics For Next Spring
But for an even further blast from the past, why not see Pat Mills and Kevin O'Neill talking about it on some Yoot TV a couple of decades ago, and defending some of the more outrageous aspects… 3:15 in if you fancy… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnRKYULAabE[/youtube] It was going to come out from Top Shelf[...]
The Cover To The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 2009
Kevin O'Neill is nine pages away from finishing the art, and the finished final volume of The League Of Extraordinary: Century, set only a couple of years ago, is planned for publication in June 2012. So. what can we find…? Courtesy of Gosh Comics, London, who are part and parcel of Knockabout Comics, the UK publisher[...]
League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen For Sale
In two weeks, Kevin O'Neill will begin selling ninety pages from League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Black Dossier and Century: 1910 and 1969. On display at the Galerie Champaka, Brussels and Galerie 9eme Art, Paris, this will coincide with the recent French publication of 1969 in album format by Delcourt. The artwork for the first two League[...]
Two For One On Melinda Gebbie And Kevin O'Neill This Sunday
And this Sunday at the Soho Arts Theatre on Dean Street, host to Alan Moore collaborators Melinda Gebbie and Kevin O'Neill with Paul Gravett. And, with Bleeding Cool, you can also get 2 for 1 on the £8 tickets Just call the box office on 0207 478 0100 and quote "publisher". You can quoite other things if[...]
Gosh! Comics Moves To Soho, Alan Moore Says Goodbye
After twenty-five years, one of the most famous comic book shops in the world, Gosh! Comics of London is moving from opposite the British Museum on Great Russell Street, to the other side of Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road, to Berwick Street, in Soho, on August 6th. But before they leave, Gosh! will host a[...]
League Of Extraordinary Lettering
HE ALSO LOOKS A BIT CONCERNED ABOUT HOW ODDLY MINA IS BEHAVING. He describes not only the famous length of Alan's scripts, but also how Kevin O'Neill decides not only balloon placement but also which words of dialogue are emboldened for emphasis. BECAUSE MINA'S HALLUCINATIONS ARE GETTING STRONGER, MAYBE YOU COULD MAKE THE TWO[...]
DC Comics To Publish Marshal Law?
And there's no greater evidence than this that Pat Mills and Kevin O'Neill are arranging for DC Comics to publish Marshal Law. The ultimate in anti-superhero satire, Marshal Law ruthlessly sends up company trademarked superheroes as sexual deviants, mentally unsound, pathetic creatures and unworthy of the name hero It's far more brutal than The Boys has[...]
Garth Ennis – When 2000AD Was The Future
A glance at the roster of talent involved is enough to take the breath away, and it should be remembered that a whole generation of readers was able to pick up almost any given issue and see a dozen of these guys at their very best. So thank you: Pat Mills, John Wagner, Gerry Finley-Day, Alan[...]