Written by Moore and directed by Mitch Jenkins, the film will be launched on all major platforms later this year. Tom Burke in Alan Moore's "The Show," Protagonist Pictures The movie stars Tom Burke as a mysterious man who arrives in Northampton on a mysterious mission to find a stolen artifact for his menacing client[...]
Today sees the launch of Providence #1, the new comic book by Alan Moore and Jacen Burrows at Denver Comic Con. And in all comic book stores on Wednesday.
Thought Bubble, Britain's biggest comics art festival, runs from the 9th to the 16th of November in Leeds But the Leeds International Film Festival runs
His Heavy Heart, And My Hungry Head – An Instant Reaction To Alan Moore And Mitch Jenkins' Final Show Pieces Film
If Jimmy's End was Moore and Jenkins' UK franchise of the Black Lodge, then this is their Eraserhead, locked away in a basement in Northampton. Or what was once Northampton Because what this does to the previous films that we have seen from the collaborators is to open up the narrative So far we have seen[...]
At the time his position would have been one of the highest educated, with high status and access to power. These days his statue sits in the Northampton Museum, owned and run by the Northampton Borough Council and has done for over a hundred years after it was donated by Lord Northampton's family Who, in times of[...]
We've covered a few of those efforts. Earlier this year, the Northampton Herald & Post reported on Alan Moore working with the library and children who had been excluded from school, as Moore himself was as a teenager. A very personal connection, he agreed to gie the project the name Voices Of The Fire, after Moore's Northampton-set novel Voice Of[...]
It has been noted that if you meet Alan Moore in Northampton, he is more than likely to take you to an Italian restaurant of his favour. Well, maybe they might be interested in stocking this publication. The Best Of Dodgem Logic collects a number of articles, features and comics from the much loved Alan Moore-created magazine,[...]
"The Difference Between Writing For Screen And Writing For Comics" – Alan Moore Talks To Adi Tantimedh About His Kickstarter Campaign – Look! It Moves!
This would be set in Northampton, or at least a version of Northampton It would be opening on the day after all of the events of the five films in the JIMMY'S END CYCLE It's going to take place on a specific November night We know which night it is: a specific November night in[...]
"It might be possible to actually create a world of the imagination, a world of dreams if you will, and then to export things from imagination into the real world."
Today, Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins' new film, Jimmy's End, has been released online, for free. You can see it here.
Bleeding Cool's Tom Huxley has been on the scene at the N.I.C.E. comic book convention in Kettering and send in a batch of photos from Alan Davis to Alan
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQHRjocfWb4[/youtube] Alan Moore talks about attending N.I.C.E., a comic convention near Northampton this weekend Tickets still available, and Bleeding Cool's Tom Huxley will be in attendance. And here's that Withnail And I clip to refresh your memory… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD2P9Px3enI[/youtube] [...]
David decided to tell us why; Jeff Chahal runs the Close Encounters comics shops in Bedford and Northampton and is known for hosting some of the coolest signing sessions in the UK Several months back Jeff told me about his plans for a new kind of Comic Convention with a more laid-back style than the usual[...]
In this video, around the fourteen minute mark, blogger Ghost Critic reports that the comic shop Close Encounters in Northampton, the organisers of the NICE convention in September, has chosen not to order the Before Watchmen line of comic books. And he's rather ambivalent about the whole situation… is this censorship? Is this a favour for[...]