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Cover Date: July 2003
Cover Price: US $24.95
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Format: Black & White; Trade Paperback; 224 pages
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The Extraordinary Works of Alan Moore (2003) TPB Indispensable Edition
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Features several interviews with Moore & his collaborators, several early cartoons by Moore using his Curt Vile & Jill de Ray pseudonyms, and biographical/tribute strips by artists listed above. Also a very comprehensive bibliography.
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This volume is mainly monochromatic, only the story ''In Pictopia!'' and two of the tributes are colored.
Introduction by Leah Moore
Chapter I: Once Upon A Time
Chapter II: A Funny Wonder
Chapter III: The Rising
Chapter IV: Swamp Daze
Chapter V: Watchmania
Chapter VI: The Auteur
Chapter VII: Back to the Frontline
Chapter VIII: New Beginnings
Afterword by Amber Moore
George Khoury & Hilary Barta, Alex Ross (scanned from pencils), Neil Gaiman & Mark Buckingham, Rick Veitch, David Lloyd, John Totleben, Dave Gibbons, Brian Bolland, J.H. Williams III & Todd Klein (colored), Ian Gibson (colored), Garry Leach, Hilary Barta, Chris Sprouse, Scott Dunbier & Sam Kieth, Todd Klein, Kevin O'Neill.
Contributers mentioned on the indicia page:
Hilary Barta, Brian Bolland, Mark Buckingham, Scott Dunbier, Neil Gaiman, Melinda Gebbie, Ian Gibson, Dave Gibbons, David Hume, Sam Keith, Todd Klein, Garry Leach, David Lloyd, Marc McKenzie, Mike Matthews, Dave McKean, Amber Moore, Leah Moore, Kevin O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Alex Ross, Don Simpson, Chris Sprouse, Greg Strokecker, Lloyd Thatcher, Steven Tice, John Totleben, Rick Veitch, JosÚ Villarrubia, and J.H. Williams III.
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