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Tag Archives: Alan Moore
Karl Meersman is Belgium’s foremost caricaturists, with a weekly topical page in media weekly Focus. With all the attention going to Alan Moore on account of his being on the short list for the Grand Prix in Angoulême, and of … Continue reading
… that is, a free comic about celebrated comics writer and mage Alan Moore. To coincide with the bearded one’s 60th birthday, Gary Spencer Millidge has reworked his comic An Extraordinary Gentleman (originally conceived for Moore’s fiftieth). Thanks to the … Continue reading
Over on CBR, Brazilian cartoonist Caio Oliveira mixes up Doctor Strange some with the Bearded One’s public persona to come up with this quite remarkable satire. Be sure to check his Marvel Pulp Fiction mashup stories on his DeviantArt portfolio – they’re … Continue reading
That Alan Moore is not really a fan of the movies that have been made based on his comics, is a well-known fact. I don’t know whether that is the reason, but the Great Mage has started creating his own … Continue reading
I fully subscribe to the sentiment of the Mage of Northampthon‘s plea to preserve the pillar of education, culture and personal growth that is the library. I am getting a bit nervous when I read all these stories about how … Continue reading
Dylan Horrocks originally drew this great portrait of Alan Moore for a book on Moore, but now has posted a colored version on his Facebook page. I like Moore as a mage-like Tom Strong. (Artwork © Dylan Horrocks – Check … Continue reading
The most famous example of a series of pictures that hold a message that is larger than the sum of its panels, is of course the penultimate issue of Alan Moore’s Promethea. Still, this photomontage (creator unknown) is rather sweet. … Continue reading
In 1984, John Freeman and Matt Bingham started their fanzine, Scan, as a self-confessed poke in the eye at the UK comics community. In their first issue, they included a fake letter by Alan Moore, but the second issue contained … Continue reading
Fresh from the wires, via the Forbidden Planet Blog Log, is this wraparound cover for Dodgem Logic #3 (courtesy of Knockabout Comics), featuring artwork by none other than Alan Moore himself. That man’s got a thousand talents… (Thanks to FPI’s … Continue reading
“Everybody should have read the book” – wonderful piece of satire. They even got the accents right. (via Chris Roberson)