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Tag Archives: Alan Moore
Get your own creative genius wizard here, courtesy of Mustard Magazine. You can even choose between his daily garb, and the wonderful getup he wore at his wedding. (via Forbidden Planet)
Much like Bill Sienkiewicz’s Stray Toasters, David Mazzucchelli‘s Rubber Blanket and Dave McKean’s Cages, Alan Moore and Bill Sienkiewicz’s Big Numbers is a comic of almost epic proportions. The fact that the book was axed after only two issues, with … Continue reading
Even though I’m quite hesitant to go and see Watchmen (I’m just afraid that it will be bad enough to spoil the book for the rest of my life), I do like many of the various marketing endeavours that have … Continue reading
Found this via Reddit. No idea who did this, but i like it. update – it would seem that this is in fact the grand finale to Rich Johnston and Simon Rohrmuller’s Watchmensch, which is available here was in fact done … Continue reading
Storybook Smith, with a script by Alan Moore, art by Rick Veitch and lettering by Todd Klein, can be yours for $ 900. All original art, that is…
This strip was created by Katie Cook for the last page of the new edition of George Khoury’s biography of Alan Moore (for sale at TwoMorrows). I just love how Alan looks even more like a gentle giant in this one. … Continue reading
This portrait of Alan Moore as a gentle wise man was made by Italian cartoonist Gianluca Costantini as part of his visual report of the 2008 London Comics Festival. You can peruse it in full on his ChannelDraw website, which also … Continue reading
cute… (via Boing Boing)
One Year to Midnight reveals (some of) the official Watchmen movie costumes. I like the one above, and I absolutely detest all the rest of them, so I won’t show them here. Once more, they have fallen in the trap … Continue reading
“The Tinker”, by Eddie Campbell (from The Fate of the Artist)