Alan Moore discusses the reception to his graphic novel “The Black Dossier.”
Alan Moore discusses his use of Iain Sinclair’s Norton, the Prisoner of London in THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN, and eulogizes science fiction grand master Philip Jose Farmer.
Reprinted from the Independent Weekly Raleigh Triangle Game Conference Marriott City Center-Save your jokes about “Pac-Man Fever.” Just as comic books have gained respectability as a form of literature and a popular entertainment, the video game industry has grown in leaps and bounds over the last decade to include some of the most innovative and […]
Alan Moore (WATCHMEN) discusses his unified field theory of fiction.
Alan Moore on the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and the future of superhero comics.
Alumni Achiever Profile: Loren Harrell All in the Family; NC State Experience Drives Entrepreneurial Spirit Loren Harrell graduated as part of one of the Computer Science Department’s first classes in 1972. Since then, he’s had a successful career with various companies, but he may be best known for his entrepreneurial efforts starting several companies including […]
Alumni Achiever Profile: Brad Abrams Building the Framework: Alum Helps Microsoft Develop Applications for Developers Every time you use a new application for Microsoft Windows, you might want to thank Brad Abrams. A Product Unit Manager for Microsoft, Abrams is part of the engineering team that designs the .NET Framework, the tools that help build […]
Part One of a six-part series with comics legend Alan Moore (WATCHMEN, V FOR VENDETTA, FROM HELL) on the latest installment of THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN.
Pug, T. Runt!, and More: A Derek McCulloch Primer By Zack Smith Derek McCulloch is a name you’ll be hearing a lot from in the near future. The writer, who made a splash with the acclaimed Stagger Lee, has two new projects coming out from Image this June – Pug, a tale a boxer on […]
Reprinted from The Independent Weekly It’s rare thing to say this, but the musical of Happy Days is a stage production that could have actually benefited from jukebox tunes. For a show that helped put “Rock Around the Clock” back on the charts, the only nostalgic song to be found in the stage show is, […]