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Yanick Paquette At Wondercon: The Lowly Entomologist Makes Good In Comics, Collects ‘Crazy Writers’

After a heavy traffic day at Wondercon (and things are just heating up really for the big day, Saturday), fans found it amenable to chill out with Yanick Paquette who definitely brings the cool with his long history in comics …

Bleeding Cool Hosts J.H. Williams III Talking Process On Sandman: Overture And His Life In Art At Asbury Park Comic Con – With Full Audio

When I got an e-mail last January while traveling in the UK from Cliff Galbraith, one of the co-founders of Asbury Park Comic Con asking me if I would be interested in hosting a panel with J.H. Williams III in …

The Accidental Black Widow Double Feature – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: I’m sure many of you went to see Captain America: The Winter Soldier this weekend.  Some of you might have gone to see Under the Skin. How many of you went to see both? You’d think the …

Alan Moore’s Newly Discovered First Published Work Sells For Over $5100

Alan Moore‘s bibilography is clear. His first published work was in Embryo #5, called Once There Were Daemons, published by Northampton Arts Lab, in 1971. That’s wrong. Moore scholars point to the two page feature he wrote on The Shadow, published in the fanzine …

The Print Version Of Miracleman Is Censored Over The N-Word

What’s a publisher to do? Marvel is reprinting Marvelman/Miracleman but some readers are familiar with different prints. Take this scene from Miracleman #4, out this week. A few folk shouted foul: why had Big Ben replaced Garguanza? Was it down …

The Occupy Comics Collection Arrived Today – With a Bonus Comic By Amanda Palmer And David Mack

Occupy Comics, from Black Mask Studios, with its host of contributing artists and writers capturing some of the ways in which comics can protest inequalities in society, finally arrived in trade collection this week, complete with Alan Moore’s long essay …

Booze Geek – Dark Hollow Imperial Stout And Hellblazer: Original Sins

By Dylan Gonzalez Beer: Dark Hollow Imperial Stout Brewery: Blue Mountain Brewery Darkness enveloped my night as I poured out a bottle of Dark Hollow, an Imperial stout aged in oak barrels. Dark Hollow, as is customary with stouts, pours …

True Detective’s Memories of Murder that come From Hell – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes, By now I’m sure people have either watched or about to watch the final episode of True Detective.  And I’m sure a lot of people will have read that writer Nick Pizzolatto has cited Alan Moore as …

Swipe File: Finale Of True Detective And Alan Moore And Gene Ha’s Top Ten

Alan Moore‘s writing has influenced many a writer. Occasionally they’ll just cut and paste. We covered that with one scene from Being Human and Miracleman before now. And last night’s finale of True Detective did something similar with Top Ten. …

Reading League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo: Roses Of Berlin

Dave Wallace reviews Nemo: Roses of Berlin for Bleeding Cool: There are many words you could use to describe Alan Moore’s writing. “Intelligent”, “structured”, “layered”, “elegant” and “poetic” are just a few that spring to mind. However, after reading Nemo: …

League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Roses Of Berlin Out Early, Today, On Digital

The Sequential App, which specialises in publishing and distributing select graphic novels, creating a boutique store, has the new League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen graphic novella, Roses Of Berlin, by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill out today. It’s not yet available …

Late Night Fun – Trampling Tokyo With Alan Moore

From Negative Burn, by Alan Moore and Art Adams, recorded by Jazz Butcher. Oh, and this is what happens when Alan Moore draws Godzilla… I’m tired of trampling Tokyo. No interest remains In eating cars or tearing down the elevated …

Things To Do In London In March During British Comics Month

I do like Gosh Comics of London. And Gosh Comics like comics. Lots of them. And in March they have a lot to show for it, announcing British Comics Month. Let’s have a look at what they, and others, have …

Comics Interviewer Bill Baker Dies, Aged 55

From the Daily Press, ESCANABA – William M. Baker, 55, of 505 S. 15th St., Escanaba, passed away Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, at his home of natural causes. Funeral arrangements for William M. Baker are incomplete with the Crawford Funeral …

True Detective – It’s All Alan Moore And Grant Morrison’s Fault

From Louisville’s Courier-Journal, interviewing Nic Pizzolatto. the showrunner, producer and sole writer of HBO’s True Detective, back in 2010: The first time I got excited about writing was reading comic books by Alan Moore and Grant Morrison as a kid. Growing …

Miracleman #4 To Include Marvelman Summer Special And Warpsmith Stories From A1

It’s been interesting to see exactly what stories will be contained in the Marvel reprints of Marvelman, issue by issue, what they include and what they leave out. Including Yesterday’s Gambit was appreciated, but there is more to come. The …

An Alan Moore Interview For £700 – From 1987

“If Jim Shooter and Dick Giordano wrestled, who would win?” “The mud” Alan Moore has declared that he won’t give any more interviews, apart from those promoting new works. And considering the effect each interview he gives has on the …

Splash Page From The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Roses Of Berlin

This is an A3 giclée print by Kevin O’Neill reproducing a splash page from the upcoming The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Roses Of Berlin by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill. It will be available through Gosh Comics of London. and …