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Gaiman: More Premorpheus rare bits….

September 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

From the Neil Gaiman – Guest Of Honour mini comic given out at Chicago Comicon 1993, published by Moondogs Comic Shop in aid of the CBLDF. The comic featured work by many big, big name...

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On the left Neil Gaiman. On the right Todd McFarlane. They’ve been having a disagreement. And here I could spend many, many words explaining it all, working in all the relevant characters (Spawn, Angela, Medieval Spawn, Marvelman,...

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“Sit tight. We’ll have some additional news soon.” Yep, that’s as good a summary as you’ll find regarding Marvel and their plans to bring back the Marvelman stories written by Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman....

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This short interview with Grant Morrison took place when his collaboration with Frank Quitely for DC Comics, We3, had just been published, around 2005, and first saw light of day on a fondly remembered science...

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Padraig does it again…… a lost piece of Alan Moore recovered and available to read. It all comes from another of Padraig’s impressive and exhaustive interviews, this time with Steve Moore, that will be posted...

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Alan Moore lauds it over his (and others) creations in this great bit of art by Lady Sith. (Via 2000AD Online). And that gives us all the excuse we need to trail a nice little...

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Pádraig talks to Alan on 3am

March 18, 2011 | 0 Comments

“All of my tantrums, and the brutality and humiliation, and me sitting on top of a filing cabinet like Stan Lee, and dropping people’s cheques on the floor, so they had to grovel to me...

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Over on Padraig O’Mealoid’s blog there’s a great piece from with Bill Sienkievicz all about the Alan Moore written, sadly never to be finished, partially Sienkievicz drawn and controversy ridden project Big Numbers. If you...

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Tales of Midnight/the Serpent and the Sword

June 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

(cover to Tales of Midnight Kosovo Refugees edtion, art by Chris Achilleos) Pádraig O’Mealoid, via Kumar Sivasubramanian, has scans of Alan Moore’s The Serpent and the Sword, from a very, very rare copy of Tales...

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