Search for 'The Extraordinary Works of Alan Moore' on Amazon
Cover Date: December 2008
Cover Price: US $ 29.95
Issue Tagline: None.
Format: Black & White; Trade Paperback; 240 pages
This is a version of the following issue:
The Extraordinary Works of Alan Moore (2003) TPB
Story Arc(s): Add/remove story arcs to this issue
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.
9-11 (2002) OGN SC vol. 01
American Splendor (1976) #15
Doc Stearn...Mr. Monster (1985) #3
Heartbreak Hotel (1988) #3
Images of Omaha (1992) #2
Mr. Monster: Who Watches the Garbagemen? (2005) TPB
Seven Deadly Sins (1989) #1
Updated Version with a new Alan Moore interview and a slightly different set of tributes. This volume also features a different color comic story than the 2003 Edition and lacks the colored tributes from that volume. The creators credited altogether stay the same though due to the numerous illustrations spread throughout each edition.
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
Chapter IX: Alan Moore Today
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, Chris Sprouse, Hilary Barta, Todd Klein, Kevin O'Neill, George Khoury & Katie Cook.
Contributers mentioned on the indicia page:
Hilary Barta, Brian Bolland, Mark Buckingham, Katie Cook, Neil Gaiman, Dave Gibbons, Michael T. Gilbert, David Hume, Todd Klein, David Lloyd, Marc McKenzie, Mike Matthews, Dave McKean, Amber Moore, Leah Moore, Kevin O'Neill, Steve Parkhouse, Harvey Pekar, Alex Ross, Chris Sprouse, Greg Strohecker, Lloyd Thatcher, Steven Tice, John Totleben, Rick Veitch, José Villarrubia, and J.H. Williams III.
Characters: Add/remove characters to this issue
Groups: Add/remove groups to this issue
Reviews: There are no reviews for this issue. - Add your review