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Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Absolute Edition

I don’t own many of the Absolute Editions because a) they cost a lot, and b) there’s very few other graphic novels I believe warrant this approach such as the Absolute Edition of the Planetary series that was written by … Continue reading

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Alan Moore’s Voice of the Fire

Rebecca Scott penned this review. Magic is the art of producing changes in consciousness in conformity with will.  — Dion Fortune A half-wit boy in the Neolithic period is abandoned by his people upon the death of his mother. A sociopathic … Continue reading

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Alan Moore and Bill Baker’s Alan Moore’s Exit Interview

The main draw of Alan Moore’s Exit Interview comes from the fact that Moore dishes, at great length, on where exactly his relationship with DC Comics went sour. To a lesser extent, Moore talks about upcoming projects, the origins of British comics … Continue reading

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