Our four-part interview with Alan Moore on The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century: 1969 concludes today with some guest questions from some well-known writers. Read on to see what they had to ask Moore… Read on to find out who!
Our four-part talk with writer Alan Moore on The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century: 1969 continues today. In this section, Moore gives us his thoughts on the new DC 52 relaunch, on the current state of popular culture, and names his love for a particular parody of his masterwork Watchmen. Read the full interview here!
Our four-part talk with Alan Moore on the new League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century: 1969 continues today. In this part, Moore discusses the 1970s, the influence of legendary British SF writer Michael Moorcock on this work, the moon, and how the Golliwog ties to the heat death of the universe. Also, several of the most …
With the new volume of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen now in stores, we got to call up creator Alan Moore in England to talk about Century: 1969, the psychedelic tale that puts the League up against occultists, gangsters and the changing times. In the first part of this new interview series, Moore discusses the …
A quick look at some of the VERY obscure references in the new volume of Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s work. Read the full article here!
Alan Moore answers questions from noveilist Junot Diaz, Joe Hill, Barry Lyga and Austin Grossman
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.
Alan Moore (WATCHMEN) discusses his unified field theory of fiction.
Alan Moore on the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and the future of superhero comics.