The Next League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Book Is River Of Ghosts, And Set In 1975

oneill-nemo-01lRoses Of Berlin isn’t out yet, but the next League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen chapter by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill, River Of Ghosts, will complete the Nemo trilogy begun by Heart Of Ice.

O’Neill told Diamond Previews, published today, that the new book will be set in 1975 in South America.

That’s the year Wonder Woman started on TV, initially set in the Bermuda Triangle. Rocky Horror Picture Show was released. They Saved Hitler’s Brain in which scientists had, well, you know, in South America in 1968. The Moonraker novel came out in 1954, but the movie in 1979, with a South American evil lair being constructed. Who knows what will be scavenged for River Of Ghosts?

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