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Copy of Rarest Pulped League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen #1 Hits eBay

Time to rewrite the history books. League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen editor Scott Dunbier, now Special Projects Editor at IDW, is raising money for local San Diego comics people in need, associated with the current global situation. Which includes his decision to auction off the rarest League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen of all time and, until today, one […]

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Alan Moore's Original Proposal for America's Best Comics

A few days ago, IDW Special Projects Editor Scott Dunbier posted the first page of an unpublished Alan Moore story for a long-forgotten Gen-13 Annual. He came across the document when sorting papers and has been posting a few others since. Including Alan Moore's original proposal for the ABC line, America's Best Comics. Published by […]

Thank #FOC It's Friday – 29th November 2019 – League of Extraordinary FOC

Welcome to Thank FOC It's Friday, a semi-weekly mailing list, similar to The Daily LITG, but (mostly) every Friday and planned to coincide and cover the demands of Final Order Cut Off. The date when retailers have a last chance to amend their advance orders for comic books without penalty. A final chance for publishers […]

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Alan Moore Replies to Comicsgate in Final League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

not yet anyway...LOEG TEMPEST #6 ONEILL (W) Alan Moore (A/CA) Kevin O'Neill In Moore and O'Neill's final comic book, this issue masquerading as a British science-fiction weekly, the plot-strands of our concluding volume and loose ends from twenty years of continuity are tied in an ingenious starry bow, as Mina Murray and her legendary confederates transition from[...]

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 […]

Your First Look At League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo – River Of Ghosts

This is your first look at the upcoming new League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen volume by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, Nemo: River Of Ghosts, published by Knockabout and Top Shelf/IDW. With princess Jenny, daughter of Captain Nemo, and set in 1975, concluding the Nemo trilogy, and published on 2nd March. Hmm. Looking at that opening […]

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 […]

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…  

Kevin O'Neill's Art For Nemo: Heart Of Ice, For Sale

We're a couple of months away from the release of the next League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic, Roses Of Berlin. So why not enjoy a look at the last one, Heart Of Ice? And maybe buy some of the pages? The original art for the entire book is available to buy, for one month only. […]

What I'd Love To See From A Fox TV League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

So, apparently it's happening. A TV version of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen on Fox. It will no doubt be some steampunky with the initial core cast of characters from the League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic/film with maybe a few changes. Something so they don't have to show the Nautilus every week. Fin de siécle Victorian […]

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[...]

The Black Dossier Vinyl Record On YouTube – Alan Moore Sings

While at NYCC, I gave an old aquaintance a copy of the vinyl record from the League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier, released by Knockabout Comics in the UK and given away free with purchase at Gosh Comics (still) in London. An essential purchase for any comic book fan visiting London. An enterprising young fellow […]

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[...]