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You're locked up in here with ME." 🤣 https://t.co/8TCmKNJlkD — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 11, 2019 Which made an interesting note in a faked letter at the back of the issue, from a certain Hiram J Comicsgate III, from the likely-sounding town of Oklahodahio. They're not that old… not yet anyway… LOEG TEMPEST #6 ONEILL (W) Alan Moore (A/CA) Kevin[...]
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[...]
FIRST REVIEW: League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo Heart Of Ice
After the Victoriana-laced adventure-driven romps of volumes 1 and 2, the sequels Black Dossier and Century took the series' underpinning idea – the notion that all fictional characters could coexist within the same universe – and moved it to the foreground of the book, making the star of LOEG the concept rather than the characters[...]
A New Image From League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009 – And A Signing
Which appears to show Prospero reaching out to Orlando from his red/blue glasses 3D Blazing World, with Hyde and Peter Pan, as seen in The Black Dossier. And you can get both the newly-distributed-in-the-UK LOEG: Black Dossier and all three of the Century volumes signed at Gosh Comics in London , where Alan Moore and Kevil[...]
Preview: League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009
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 graffiti refers to the Venusian race led by The Mekon in Dan Dare, and also resembles the racist "Pakis Out" or "Blacks Out"[...]