League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
[Solicitations] Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neill present The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest
Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill will conclude both their legendary League of Extraordinary Gentlemen with the series’ final volume, The Tempest.
20th Century Fox has announced it is working on an new League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie.
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What film caused Alan Moore to spit vile venom at H’wood, and cause Sean Connery to retire from acting forever?Â It’s the “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”, of course (hint: it was right there in the title of this post).Â While the movie version might be touched on, the Major Spoilers Crew plan on diving into the first volume of the Alan Moore series in the next Major Spoilers Podcast. From the Wiki! According to Moore, the initial concept behind the series was initially a “Justice League of Victorian England” but quickly grew into an opportunity to merge all works of
TwoMorrows Publishing is auctioning off a limited edition hardcover copy of their new book, The Extraordinary Works of Alan Moore: Indispensable Edition, autographed by “Watchmen” and “V For Vendetta” author Alan Moore. All proceeds from this auction go to THE HERO INITIATIVE, a federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated to helping comic book creators in need. The auction can be found on eBay.
The film rights to The Crow franchise is up for grabs, and it looks like Ryan Kavanaugh’s Reality Media will snag it.Â When the deal is complete, Stephen Norrington will write and direct a reinvention of the James O’Barr comic book. Ed Pressman produced the 1994 Alex Proyas-directed screen transfer, in which rock musician Eric Draven is murdered trying to rescue his girlfriend from thugs, and returns from the dead one year later to exact vengeance. Though the original became a gothic-style hit that grossed nearly $100 million worldwide, it is primarily remembered for a tragic accident in which star
In issue #10 of the The Major Spoilers Podcast, the crew gave their recommendations of trade paperbacks you should buy and read. Take the jump for the full list and how your vote can build the definitive Top 30 Major Spoilers Trade Paperback recommendation.