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The Top Shelf Three Dollar Graphic Sale Begins Right Now, Right Here

They’re announcing it tomorrow. But Bleeding Cool has found the planned HTML in advance, and it all works, so you can make your orders now and get tomorrow’s discount today. Basically, this is getting first dibs via Bleeding Cool before the …

Growing Roses…

That’s the League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen print from Kevin O’Neill, based on Nemo: Roses Of Berlin, alongside the release of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol. 3: Century (below). The prints, signed by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill are A3 and …

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 …

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 …

Listen To: Scam’s Radio Ad, Kevin O’Neill On Life And League And Anonymous Addresses The Nation

Here’s the thirty second radio ad for ComixTribe’s Kickstarter appeal for the SCAM: Ultimate Collection volume, currently running on the WFAN sports station in New York, KROQ in Los Angeles and WAAF and WKAG in Boston and more… And South …

Alan Moore Answers His Critics At Length – And Explains Why He’s Wary of Further Interviews

Alan Moore gave a lengthy interview with Pádraig Ó Méalóid of Slovobooks (also a contributor to The Beat and to the Forbidden Planet blog), in which he answered many of the recent questions that have been on peoples’ minds, or …

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

Roses 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 …

Kevin O’Neill’s Art For Nemo: Heart Of Ice, For Sale

We’re a couple of months away from the release of the next League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic, Roses Of Berlin. So why not enjoy a look at the last one, Heart Of Ice? And maybe buy some of the pages? …

First Look: Artwork From The Next League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen – Nemo: Roses Of Berlin

On Alan Moore‘s 60th birthday, Bleeding Cool is proud to show new artwork by Kevin O’Neill from the upcoming League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen graphic novella, Nemo: Roses Of Berlin, to be published in April by Top Shelf in the USA …

What I’d Love To See From A Fox TV League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

So, apparently it’s happening. A TV version of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen on Fox. It will no doubt be some steampunky with the initial core cast of characters from the League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic/film with maybe a few changes. …

The Extraordinary Demographic Of Alan Moore And Kevin O’Neill

A video taken of the recent Nemo: Heart Of Ice signing by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill at Gosh! Comics in London. Most comic book signings, especially of creators predominently known for their superhero work. feature a certain demographic. White, …

A New Kevin O’Neill Screen Print For League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

This is the League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo, Heart Of Ice seven colour screen print, signed by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill, limited to 250 and released by Gosh! Comics in London. The art is exclusive for the print, and …

EXCLUSIVE: The First Three Pages Of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo: Heart Of Ice

Here are the first three pages of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo – Heart Of Ice, by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill. Three colour unlettered pages and the first, lettered, in black and white. You can read the only published …

FIRST REVIEW: League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo Heart Of Ice

Dave Wallace reviews Nemo: Heart of Ice Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen has undergone something of an evolution over recent years. After the Victoriana-laced adventure-driven romps of volumes 1 and 2, the sequels Black Dossier and …

Did China Mieville Have A Little Dig At Alan Moore?

From the new Dial H, out this week… looking at previous Dial H incarnations and inhabitants. In 2007, DC Comics published League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Black Dossier, which featured the Golliwog. Which caused quite the fuss. Could that have …

Nemo: Heart Of Ice By Alan Moore And Kevin O’Neill For February – Cover And Description

It’s the new League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen volume, a 48 page graphic novella by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill, set to be released in February 2013 from Top Shelf and Knockabout Comics. Here’s the solicitation text… It’s 1925, fifteen long …

Spoiler Swipe File: The Olympic Opening Ceremony And League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

From that quite spectacular Olympic Ceremony tonight, we saw Voldemort amongst other villains from British children’s literature, such as the Childcatcher, Cruella De Ville, The Queen Of Hearts and more, soundly defeated by Mary Poppins in multitude, in a tribute …

Fifty Trades Of Gray – The Top Selling Graphic Novels Of June 2012

Okay, so it says the top fifty trade paperbacks and graphic novels sold through Diamond Comic Distributor to comic stores in North America. But for some reason it only actually seems to be the top forty-nine. I don’t care I’m …