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Snakes and Ladders (2001) - #1
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Alan Moore - 'Curt Vile / Jill Deray / The Original Writer'

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Cover Date: October 2001
Cover Price: US $ 5.95

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Format: Black & White; Standard Comic Issue; 48 pages

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Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell come together again to produce a new work about the history of the earth, the moon, the universe, Oliver Cromwell, and the Pre-Raphaelites. English revolutionary Cromwell was dug up three years after his death in order to be executed. The Pre-Raphaelite beauty Lizzie Siddal was exhumed eleven years after her death so that Rossetti could retrieve his manuscript book of poems, given to her in her death as a token of his eternal love. These were not our promised resurrections.

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A Disease of Language (2008) HC

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