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Encyclopedia > List of published material by Alan Moore

This is a list of published materials by British author Alan Moore. Image File history File linksMetadata Alan_Moore. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Alan_Moore. ... Alan Moore (born November 18, 1953, in Northampton) is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics, including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell. ... Alan Moore (born November 18, 1953, in Northampton) is an English writer most famous for his influential work in comics, including the acclaimed graphic novels Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell. ...

Contents

Comics

Early British Work

  • Anon E Mouse (as Curt Vile, in Anon c.1977 )
  • The Ballad of Halo Jones (with Ian Gibson):
    • "Ballad of Halo Jones: Book 1" (in 2000AD #376-385, 1984)
    • "Ballad of Halo Jones: Book 2 Prologue" (in 2000AD #405, 1985)
    • "Ballad of Halo Jones: Book 2" (in 2000AD #406-415, 1985)
    • "Ballad of Halo Jones: Book 3 Prologue" (in 2000AD #451, 1986)
    • "Ballad of Halo Jones: Book 3" (in 2000AD #452-466, 1986)
    • a one-off joke page in 2000AD #500, a jam issue, 1986) not collected in the trade paperback
  • Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #1 & 2 (collects five stories from 1981's Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Monthly #151, 154-156, & 159, Dark Horse, 1996) [1]
  • The Collector:
    • "Trash!" (short story, with Sven Arnstein/Pat Wright, in Eagle #3, 1982)
    • "Profits of Doom" (short story, with Gabor Scott/Rex Archer , in Eagle #12, 1982)
  • Dark Star #19-25, 1979-1980:
    • "The Avenging Hunchback" (in Dark Star #19, March 1979)
    • "Kultural Krime Komix" (in Dark Star #20, May 1979)
    • "Talcum Powder" (in Dark Star #21, July 1979)
    • "Three Eyes McGurck And His Death Planet Commandos" (written by Steve Moore as Pedro Henry, in Dark Star #22-25, December 1979 - December 1980)
  • D.R. and Quinch (with Alan Davis, tpb, The Complete D.R. and Quinch Rebellion, 2006 ISBN 1-904265-48-0):
    • "D.R. and Quinch Go Straight" (in 2000AD #350-351, 1984)
    • "D.R. and Quinch Go Girl Crazy" (in 2000AD #352-354, 1984)
    • "D.R. and Quinch Get Drafted" (in 2000AD #355-359, 1984)
    • "D.R. and Quinch Go to Hollywood" (in 2000AD #363-367, 1984)
    • "D.R. and Quinch Get Back to Nature" (in 2000AD Sci-Fi Special 1985)
  • Doctor Who:
    • "Black Legacy" (with David Lloyd, in Doctor Who (US comic) #14 (Marvel), also Doctor Who Magazine #35-38, 1980)
    • "Business as Usual" (with David Lloyd, in Doctor Who (US comic) #15 (Marvel), also Doctor Who Magazine #40-43, 1980)
    • "Star Death" (with John Stokes, in Doctor Who Magazine #47, also The Daredevils #5, 1980)
    • "The 4-D War" (with David Lloyd, in Doctor Who Magazine #51, also The Daredevils #6, 1980)
    • "Black Sun Rising" (with David Lloyd, in Doctor Who Magazine #57, also The Daredevils #7, 1980)
  • Fat Jap Defamation Funnies (as Curt Vile, in The Backstreet Bugle, issue 10, January 1979)
  • The Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks (tpb, Rebellion, 2006 ISBN 1-904265-88-X collects almost all of his short 2000 AD stories some of which were previously collected in Alan Moore's Shocking Futures ISBN 0-907610-71-4 and Alan Moore's Twisted Times ISBN 0-907610-72-2 from Titan):
    • Abelard Snazz:
      • The Final Solution (with Steve Dillon, in 2000 AD #189-190, 1980) (also in Twisted Times)
      • The Return of the Two-Storey Brain (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #209, 1981)
      • The Double-Decker Dome Strikes Back (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #237-238, 1981) (also in Twisted Times)
      • Halfway to Paradise (with John Cooper, in 2000 AD #245, 1982) (also in Twisted Times)
      • The Multi-Storey Mind Mellows Out! (with Paul Neary, in 2000 AD #254, 1982) (also in Twisted Times)
      • Genius is Pain (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #299, 1983) (also in Twisted Times)
    • Future Shocks:
      • Grawks Bearing Gifts (with Ian Gibson, in 2000 AD #203, 1981) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • The English/Phlondrutian Phrase Book (with Brendan McCarthy, in 2000 AD #214, 1981) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • The Last Rumble of the Platinum Horde (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #217, 1981) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • They Sweep the Spaceways (with Garry Leach, in 2000 AD #219, 1981) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • The Regrettable Ruse of Rocket Redglare (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #234, 1981) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • A Cautionary Fable (with Paul Neary, in 2000 AD #240, 1981) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • Mister, Could You Use a Squonge? (with Ron Tiner, in 2000 AD #242, 1981)
      • A Second Chance (with Jose Casanovas, in 2000 AD #245, 1982)
      • Twist Ending (with Paul Neary, in 2000 AD #246, 1982)
      • Salad Days (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #247, 1982)
      • The Beastly Beliefs of Benjamin Blint (with Eric Bradbury, in 2000 AD #249, 1982)
      • All of Them Were Empty (with Paul Neary, in 2000 AD #251, 1982)
      • An American Werewolf in Space (with Paul Neary, in 2000 AD #252, 1982) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • The Bounty Hunters! (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #253, 1982)
      • The Wages of Sin (with Bryan Talbot, in 2000 AD #253, 1982) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • Return of the Thing (with Dave Gibbons, in 2000 AD #265, 1982)
      • Skirmish (with Dave Gibbons, in 2000 AD #267, 1982)
      • The Writing on the Wall (with Jesus Redondo, in 2000 AD #268, 1982)
      • The Wild Frontier (with Dave Gibbons, in 2000 AD #269, 1982) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • The Big Day (with Jesus Redondo, in 2000 AD #270, 1982)
      • One Christmas During Eternity (with Jesus Redondo, in 2000 AD #271, 1982) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • No Picnic (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #272, 1982)
      • The Disturbed Digestions of Dr. Dibworthy (with Dave Gibbons, in 2000 AD #273, 1982) (also in Twisted Times)
      • Sunburn (with Jesus Redondo, in 2000 AD #282, 1982) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • Bad Timing (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #291, 1982) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • Eureka (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #325, 1983) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • Dad (with Alan Langford, in 2000 AD #329, 1983)
      • Buzz Off (with Jim Eldridge, in 2000 AD #331, 1983)
      • Look Before You Leap (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #332, 1983)
    • Time Twisters:
      • Hot Item (written as Tharg) (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #278, 1982)
      • The Reversible Man (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #308, 1983) (also in Twisted Times)
      • Einstein (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #309, 1983)
      • Chrono-Cops (with Dave Gibbons, in 2000 AD #310, 1983) (also in Twisted Times)
      • The Big Clock! (with Eric Bradbury, in 2000 AD #315, 1983) (also in Twisted Times)
      • Dr. Dibworthy's Disappointing Day (with Alan Langford, in 2000 AD #316, 1983)
      • Going Native (with Mike White, in 2000 AD #318, 1983)
      • Ring Road (with Jesus Redondo, in 2000 AD #320, 1983) (also in Twisted Times)
      • The Hyper-Historic Headbang (with Alan Davis, in 2000 AD #322, 1983) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • The Lethal Laziness of Lobelia Loam (with Arturo Boluda, in 2000AD #323, 1983) (also in Shocking Futures)
      • The Time Machine (with Jesus Redondo, in 2000 AD #324, 1983) (also in Twisted Times)
      • The Startling Success of Sideways Scuttleton (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #327, 1983)
  • Marvelman (with Garry Leach, Alan Davis, John Totleben and others, Warrior #1-21, 1982-1984; Miracleman #1-7, 9-16, Eclipse Comics, 1985-1989; collected in 3 volumes) (#8 is a fill-in issue with reprints of old Mick Angelo stories)
    • A Dream of Flying (collects #1-3, which reprinted Warrior #1-3 & #5-11)
    • Red King Syndrome (collects #4-7 & 9-10, which included reprints of Warrior #12-21)
    • Olympus (collects #11-16)
    • Warrior #4 has an uncollected story called "The Yesterday Gambit", which was semi-adapted into Marvelman #15.
    • Marvelman Special #1 (includes new wraparound material by Moore, written around several Mick Angelo reprints, 1984)
    • Miracleman 3-D Special #1
  • Maxwell the Magic Cat (Northants Post, 1979-1986, tpb, Acme Press, 1986-1987 ISBN 1-870084-00-4, ISBN 1-870084-05-5, ISBN 1-870084-10-1 and ISBN 1-870084-20-9)
  • Nutters Ruin (in Speakeasy #43)
  • Not! The World Cup Special 1982 (as Curt Vile, drawn by Barrie Mitchell, 1982)
  • Once There Were Demons (written and drawn by Moore, in Embryo #5, 1971)
  • One-Off:
    • "A Holiday in Hell" (with Dave Harwood, in 2000AD Sci-Fi Special 1980, 1980)
    • "Killer in the Cab" (with John Richardson, in 2000 AD #170, 1980)
    • "The Dating Game" (with Steve Dillon, in 2000 AD #176, 1980)
  • Ro-Busters:
    • "Bax the Burner" (with Steve Dillon, in 2000AD Annual 1982, 1981, reprinted in Sam Slade Robo-Hunter (V2) #6)
    • "Old Red Eyes is Back" (with Bryan Talbot, in 2000AD Annual 1983, 1982, reprinted in Sam Slade Robo-Hunter (V2) #7)
    • "Stormeagles are Go!" (with Joe Eckers, in 2000AD Annual 1984, 1983)
  • Rogue Trooper (both reprinted in 2000 AD Extreme Edition #15):
    • "Pray for War" (with Brett Ewins, in 2000AD Annual 1983, 1982)
    • "First of the Few" (with Jesus Redondo, in 2000AD Annual 1984, 1983)
  • Roscoe Moscoe (in Sounds, 1975-1981):
    • "Who Killed Rock 'n' Roll"
    • "The Stars My Degredation"
    • "Christmas On Depravity"
    • "The Bride of Pressbutton"
    • "Ten Little Liggers"
    • "The Rock and Roll Zoo"
  • Scant Applause (in Frantic Winter Special, 1979)
  • St Pancras Panda (in The Backstreet Bugle, issue 16-20, July-December, 1979)
  • Skizz: "Skizz: First Contact" (with Jim Baikie, in 2000 AD #308-330, 1983)
  • Tharg the Mighty: "The Shedding" (written as Tharg the Mighty, with Eric Bradbury, in 2000 AD #283-285, reprinted in Sam Slade Robo-Hunter V2 #31)

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DC Comics

  • Swamp Thing #20-58, 60-61, 63-64, Annual #2 (with Stephen R. Bissette, Rick Veitch and others, 1983-1987, collected in 6 trade paperbacks with the exception of #20):
    • Saga of the Swamp Thing (collects #21-27, 1987)
    • Swamp Thing: Love and Death (collects #28-34 & Annual #2, 1990)
    • Swamp Thing: The Curse (collects #35-42, 2000)
    • Swamp Thing: A Murder of Crows ((collects #43-50, 2001)
    • Swamp Thing: Earth to Earth (collects #51-56, 2002)
    • Swamp Thing: Reunion (collects #57-61, 63 & 64, 2003)
  • 9/11: Artists Respond Volume 1: "This is Information" (short text piece with art by Melinda Gebbie, 2002)

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Image/Awesome Comics

  • The Complete WildC.A.T.S. (with Travis Charest and others, collects Wildc.A.T.S. #21-34 and #50, Image, 1995-1998, tpb, 392 pages, DC, August 2007, ISBN 1401215459, Titan, September 2007, ISBN 1-84576-617-2) previously collected as:
    • Homecoming (tpb, collects #21-27, Image, 1998, ISBN 1-58240-006-7, DC, 2000, ISBN 1-56389-582-X)
    • Gang War (tpb, collects #28-34, DC, 1999, ISBN 1-56389-560-9)
  • Judgement Day (collects #Alpha, #Omega, Final Judgement, and some of Sourcebook, Checker Book Publishing, 2003, ISBN 0-9741664-5-6)
  • Mr. Monster’s Gal Friday...Kelly #3: "It’s Kelly’s Boyfriend... Mr. Monster – Shopping" (with Alan Smith and Pete Williamson, Image, 2000)
  • Spawn:
    • Spawn #8: "In Heaven" (with Todd McFarlane)
    • Spawn #32 (short story, prequel to Blood Feud)
    • Spawn: Blood Feud (with Tony Daniel and Kevin Conrad, Titan, 1999, ISBN 1-84023-117-3)
    • Spawn #37: "The Freak" (dialogue only, plotted by Todd McFarlane)
  • Violator:
    • Violator: "The World" (with Bart Sears (1 & 2) and Greg Capullo (3) (pencils) and Mark Pennington (inks), 3-issue mini-series, 1994)
    • Violator vs. Badrock (4-issue mini-series, tpb, 1998, ISBN 1-887279-11-3)
  • Wild Worlds (trade paperback, 320 pages, Titan Books, July 2007, ISBN 1-84576-559-1, Wildstorm, May 2007, ISBN 1401213790) collects:
    • "Spawn/WildC.A.T.S." (4-issue-mini series)
    • Voodoo: Dancing in the Dark (4-issue mini-series, tpb, 1999, ISBN 1-56389-533-1)
    • Deathblow by Blows (with Jim Baikie, 3-issue mini-series, 1999-2000)
    • Majestic: "The Big Chill" (with Carlos D'Anda (pencils) and Richard Friend (inks) , in Wildstorm Spotlight #1, previously collected in Mr. Majestic, 176 pages, DC, 2002, ISBN 1-56389-659-1)
    • WildC.A.T.S #50: "Reincarnation" (short story)

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America's Best Comics

  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (with Kevin O'Neill):
    • Book One (6 issue mini-series, 1999-2000, collected hardback edition, 2001, paperback, 2002, DC Comics/Wildstorm/ABC)
    • Book Two (6 issue mini-series, 2002-2003, collected hardback edition, 2003, paperback, 2004, DC Comics/Wildstorm/ABC)
    • Black Dossier (forthcoming, DC, October 2007, 208 pages, ISBN 1-4012-0306-X) [1]
    • Book Three (forthcoming, will be published as three 72 page graphic novellas, Top Shelf and Knockabout, 2008, ISBN 978-1-60309-000-1) [2]
  • Tomorrow Stories (with various artists, 12 issues, 1999-2002, collected in 2 volumes in hardback and paperback, DC Comics/Wildstorm/ABC, in 2006, there were two additional "specials", 64 page issues half-written by Alan Moore)
  • Tom Strong:
    • Tom Strong (with Chris Sprouse and others, 36 issue series, 1999-2006, collected in 6 volumes to date, DC Comics/Wildstorm/ABC)
    • Tom Strong's Terrific Tales (with Steve Moore, Art Adams and others, 12 issues, 2002-2005, collected in 2 volumes, DC Comics/Wildstorm/ABC, each issue has one eight page story by Alan Moore)

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Self-Published and Miscellaneous

  • Bob Wachsman Tummler (written by Harvey Pekar, drawn by Moore, in American Splendour #15, May 1990)
  • The Bowing Machine (art by Mark Beyer, in RAW volume 3 number 3, 1991)
  • Cold Snap (art by Bryan Talbot, in Food for Though, April 1985)
  • Come on Down (art by Bill Wray, in Taboo #1, 1988)
  • Dr Omaha Presents Venus in fur: Candid chit-chats with cartoon Kit-Cats (with Melinda Gebbie, in Images of Omaha 2, 1992)
  • The Hasty Smear of My Smile... (with Peter Bagge & Eric Reynolds, in Hate #30, June 1998)
  • Heroes for Hope: Starring the X-Men pages 16-18 (with Richard Corben, December 1985)
  • I Can Hear the Grass Grow (as Curt Vile, in Heartbreak Hotel #3, March 1988)
  • I Keep Coming Back (with Oscar Zarate, in It's Dark in London, 1996)
  • Itchy Peterson: Born Lucky I Guess (with Val Semeiks, in Nightmare Theatre #4, October 1997)
  • Letter from Northampton (written and drawn by Moore, in Heartbreak Hotel #1, Jan 1988)
  • Leviticus (art by Hunt Emerson, in Outrageous Tales from the Old Testament, 1997)
  • Lust (with Mike Matthews, 1989, Crack edition, in the collection Seven Deadly Sins)
  • The Nativity on Ice (as Curt Vile, with Bryan Talbot, in Kimota 3, Winter 1995)
  • Outbreaks of Violets (with Rian Hughes, 1986 MTV Europe Awards booklet)
  • The Worm -- "The longest comic strip in the world" (storyline, script by Jamie Delano and others, art by "a galaxy of greats"; Slab-O-Concrete publications in association with and in aid of The Cartoon Art Trust, 64 pages, 1999, ISBN 1-899866-37-X)

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Text Stories and Prose

  • Here Comes the Jetsons (Sounds, April 4, 1981)
  • Mystery and Abomination (Sounds, August 8, 1981)
  • Nightraven (Marvel Superheroes 391-395, October 1982 - February 1983)
  • Shrine of the Lizard (Wierd Windows 2, 1971)
  • The Sinister Ducks (2 pages in Critters no.23, 1988)
  • Terror Couple Kill Telegram Sam In The Flat Field (in Sounds, February 14, 1982, the title is a referance to the band Bauhaus)
  • To The Humfo (Wierd Windows 1, 1970)

Critters #1 featuring the feature characters of the strips, Usagi Yojimbo, Birthright and Cutey Bunny. For the horror films see Critters (film series) Critters was a furry anthology comic book published by Fantagraphics Books from 1985 to 1990 under the editorship of Kim Thompson. ... Typography by Herbert Bayer above the entrance to the workshop block of the Bauhaus, Dessau, 2005. ...

Novels and Illustrated Books

The hardcover version Voice of the Fire is the title of the first novel from Alan Moore, acclaimed comic book writer. ... The dust jacket (sometimes dust wrapper, abbreviated dj or dw) of a hardback book is the paper, usually illustrated and including front and back flaps, that protects the binding of the book from scratches. ... Chip Kidd (born Shillington, Pennsylvania in 1964) is an American graphic designer. ... Neil Richard Gaiman () (born November 10, 1960) is an English author of science fiction and fantasy short stories and novels, graphic novels, comics, and films. ... Artist Jose Villarrubia José Villarrubia (born in Madrid, Spain, November 17, 1961) is an artist who has done considerable work in the American comic book industry, particularly as a colorist. ... The cover of AARGH, art by Dave McKean. ... David Drake (born September 24, 1945) is a successful author of science fiction and fantasy literature. ... Artist Jose Villarrubia José Villarrubia (born in Madrid, Spain, November 17, 1961) is an artist who has done considerable work in the American comic book industry, particularly as a colorist. ... Alan Moores Writing for Comics was a book published in 2003 by Avatar press, containing an essay by Alan Moore, originally written in 1985, on how to write about comics successfully. ...

Audio recordings

  • March of the Sinister Ducks b/w Old Gangsters Never Die (Single recorded by The Sinister Ducks, 1983)
  • Hexentexts, 1994, Codex, Moore made one track and drew the cover
  • The Birth Caul, 1996, D.O.R.; adapted for comics by Eddie Campbell, 1999, Eddie Campbell Comics
  • The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels, 1996, Cleopatra
  • Brought to Light, 1998, Codex Books
  • The Highbury Working, 2000, RE
  • Angel Passage, 2002, RE
  • Snakes and Ladders, 2003, RE; adapted for comics by Eddie Campbell, 2001, Eddie Campbell Comics

Adaptations of Moore works in other media

Comics

  • Alan Moore's Songbook (1998) a collection of song adaptations published in Negative Burn #10-14, 16-19, 25-26, 28, 35.
  • Negative Burn #9 and #37, two more song adaptations.
  • Alan Moore's The Courtyard, 2 issues (2003), Avatar Press; story by Moore, adapted for comics by Antony Johnston with artwork by Jacen Burrows. Collected into softcover and hardcover editions by Avatar Press (2004).
    • Alan Moore's The Courtyard Companion (2004), Avatar Press; reprints Antony Johnston's script for Alan Moore's The Courtyard with annotations by NGChristakos, Moore's original short story (from which the series was adapted), new pinups/art by Jacen Burrows, and a new essay by Antony Johnson.
  • Alan Moore's Hypothetical Lizard, 4 issues (2005), Avatar Press.
  • Alan Moore's Magic Words (2002), Avatar Press; song lyrics, poems and other writings by Moore, adapted for comics by various artists, with a cover by Juan José Ryp
  • Another Suburban Romance (2003), Avatar Press; play by Moore, adapted for comics by Antony Johnston and Juan José Ryp
  • A Disease of Language (adapted by Eddie Campbell, from "The Birth Caul" and "Snakes and Ladders" with interview from Egomania Magazine, Knockabout Comics, hardcover, 160 pages, 2006, ISBN 0861661532) previously released as:
    • The Birth Caul (1999), Eddie Campbell Comics; performance art piece adapted for comics by Eddie Campbell
    • Snakes and Ladders (2001), Eddie Campbell Comics; performance art piece adapted for comics by Eddie Campbell

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Films

This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... The Hughes Brothers is the collective named for twin brothers Allen and Albert Hughes (b. ... The Mindscape of Alan Moore is a documentary which chronicles the life and work of Alan Moore, author of acclaimed graphic novels such as From Hell and V for Vendetta. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long. ... First Movie: Death Machine, SF-Thriller GB 1994 later produced The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Blade ... Constantine is a 2005 film loosely based on the Hellblazer comic book, with some plot elements being taken from the Dangerous Habits arc (issues #41-46). ... John Constantine (born May 10, 1953 in Liverpool, England) is the fictional protagonist of the comic series Hellblazer. ... V for Vendetta is a 2006 action-thriller film set in London, England in a near-future dystopian society. ... Laurence Larry Wachowski (born June 21, 1965) and Andrew Andy Wachowski (born December 29, 1967) are American film directors and writers most famous for creating The Matrix series. ... James McTeigue is a film director born in Australia. ... Watchmen will be a 2008 film adaptation of Alan Moores twelve-issue Hugo Award-winning comic book limited series Watchmen. ...

Television

Justice League Unlimited (or JLU) is the name of an American animated television series that was produced by and aired on Cartoon Network. ... For the Man Who Has Everything is the second episode of the first season of the animated series Justice League Unlimited. ... For the Man Who Has Everything is both a comic book story and a Justice League Unlimited episode // For the Man Who Has Everything is a story by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons published in Superman Annual #11. ...

Books about Alan Moore

  • Alan Moore The Pocket Essentials by Lance Parkin, 2001
  • Alan Moore: Portrait of an Extraordinary Gentlemen by Gary Spencer Millidge and Smoky Man, 2003
  • The Extraordinary Works of Alan Moore' by George Khoury, 2003
  • Alan Moore Spells It Out' by Bill Baker, 2005
  • Alan Moore's Exit Interview by Bill Baker

References

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Footnotes

  1. ^ http://starwars.cside.ne.jp/csw-dw.htm
  2. ^ http://www.backfromthedepths.co.uk/issues/issue1.1/page8.htm
  3. ^ http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog.php?type=2&title=578

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