Alan Moore comic
The groundbreaking Batman tale is back in a new deluxe edition. Looking to prove that any man can be pushed past his breaking point to madness, The Joker attempts to drive Commissioner Gordon insane. Refusing to give up, Gordon struggles to maintain his sanity with the help of Batman in a desperate effort to best the madman. Collects BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE #1 and stories from BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE #4 and COUNTDOWN #31, plus dozens of covers, pinups and sketches.
- Issue # TPB (29 days ago)
Jack is back—and this time, the blood is red. “My all-time favorite graphic novel… an immense, majestic work about the Jack the Ripper murders, the dark Victorian world they happen in, and the birth of the 20th century.”—Warren Ellis, Entertainment Weekly. Experience FROM HELL as never seen before: fully restored and in color for the first time! Five unsolved murders. Two of the greatest creators in the history of comics. One sprawling conspiracy, one metropolis on the brink of the 20th century, and one bloody-minded Ripper ushering London into the modern age of terror. The award-winning bestseller FROM HELL, often ranked among the greatest graphic novels of all time, takes on haunting new dimensions in FROM HELL: The Master Edition, enhanced with impressionistic hues by Eddie Campbell himself.
Alan Moore and the art team of J.H. Williams III and Mick Gray (JUSTICE RIDERS, CHASE) introduce the first super-heroine from the world of AMERICA'S BEST COMICS, with a painted cover by Alex Ross (KINGDOM COME)! In the streets of a modern-day New York incredibly different from the one we know, college student Sophie Bangs is researching a centuries-old myth of a warrior-woman called Promethea. But the truth about Promethea is both stranger than the fiction and a fiction itself, and if Sophie can't figure it out in time, she'll be killed by one of Promethea's enemies. But if she does figure it out, Sophie will become the ultimate embodiment of the Promethea legend.
Soon to be an HBO original series, Watchmen, the groundbreaking series from award-winning author Alan Moore, presents a world where the mere presence of American superheroes changed history--the U.S. won the Vietnam War, Nixon is still president, and the Cold War is in full effect.Considered the greatest graphic novel in the history of the medium, the Hugo Award-winning story chronicles the fall from grace of a group of superheroes plagued by all-too-human failings. Along the way, the concept of the superhero is dissected as an unknown assassin stalks the erstwhile heroes.This edition of Watchmen, the groundbreaking series from Alan Moore, the award-winning writer of V For Vendetta and Batman: The Killing Joke, and features art from industry legend Dave Gibbons, with high-quality, recolored pages found in Watchmen: Abslolute Edtion.
Moore, renowned for many other of the genre's finest creations (Saga of the Swamp Thing, V for Vendetta, and From Hell, with Eddie Campbell) first put out Watchmen in 12 issues for DC in 1986-87. It won a comic award at the time (the 1987 Jack Kirby Comics Industry Awards for Best Writer/Artist combination) and has continued to gather praise since. The story concerns a group called the Crimebusters and a plot to kill and discredit them.
After an epic twenty-year journey through the entirety of human culture, Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill conclude both their legendary League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and their equally legendary comic-book careers with the series' spectacular fourth and final volume, "The Tempest." This six-issue miniseries is a celebration of everything comics were, are, and could be. Opening simultaneously in the panic-stricken headquarters of British Military Intelligence, the fabled Ayesha's lost African city of Kor, and the domed citadel of 'We' on the devastated Earth of the year 2996, the dense and yet furiously-paced narrative hurtles like an express locomotive across the fictional globe. This is literally, and literarily, the story to end all stories. Here's how it begins.
A new American-backed Mall is coming to a small town in Britain. This stories take multiple narratives to direct the story. This comic explores concepts of telling visual story with the Chaos Theory and Fractal Geometry.
A self-published anthology from Alan Moore's short lived Mad Love Publishing. AARGH! (Artists Against Rampant Government Homophobia) was a 76-page one-shot, only Mirror of Love has been collected in reprint.This collection is currently out of print and has had a roster of top comic talent.
- Issue # Full (9 months ago)
137 pages! This epic poem recounts the history of same-sex love, revealing a hidden side of Western culture through the lives of its greatest artists. Sappho, Michelangelo, Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Oscar Wilde, and many others are woven into this rich, visceral piece. Illustrated with over 40 full-color plates from artist Jose Villarrubia, plus historical information, a bibliography, and more.
- Issue # TPB (9 months ago)
Release under Alan Moore's pen names Curt Vile so he could still find work while collecting government money. This series would find its home in the Northants Post in 1979. Alan Moore wrote, drew and lettered this series. This is one of the few series where Alan Moore did his own art for. Each of these comics where Oversized magazine comic size, much like the Heavy Metal Magazines. The series is in black and white and each book is 32 pages long, with a cover price of $4.95.
Alan Moore's most critically acclaimed novella is coming to comic book form with stunning art by new sensation Lorenzo Lorente. This multi-layered story is set in a fantastic world of wizards and magical creatures, but still a place where human desires motivate everything. This special preview book shows some of the amazing pages, character designs, and costumes from Lorente as well as the first few pages of Alan Moore's story. Don't miss out on this sneak peak of the biggest Alan Moore book of the summer. Adaptation by Antony Johnston.
"Jobremus Bojeffries is like any other father -- trying to keep the peace in a house stuffed with two kids (Ginda and Reth), uncles Raoul and Festus, a baby and old Grandpa Podlasp. Never mind that one's a werewolf, one's a vampire, Grandpa is in the last stages of organic matter, and the baby puts off enough thermonuclear energy to power England and Wales... All right, they're no ordinary family. And this is no ordinary book, with stories spanning decades, a whole chapter written as light opera, a Christmas episode, and an all-new 24-page comic bringing the Bojeffries up to the present day. On every page, the wry and anarchic creativity of the creators shines through: Alan Moore's affectionate and penetrating grasp of human nature (and British culture) creates a kind of desperate poignancy in the characters, brought to memorable life by Steve Parkhouse's deft and articulate line work. It's all there, untutored, unpolished, ramshackle and always on the edge of collapse. Very much like Britain itself".
- Issue # TPB (9 months ago)