Tag: Alan Moore

Episode 141: Reviews of Grip: The Strange World of Men, Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland, and Providence #1

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Whacked Out Comics This week, Derek and Andy W. — fresh from their trip to HeroesCon — return with a discussion of three new, fascinating, and…well, whacked out comics. But they’re all whacked out in

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Episode 131: Reviews of Nemo: River of Ghosts, Rebels #1, and No Mercy #1

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Finding Nemo This week Derek and Andy discuss three recent titles, each of which is part of a larger series. First, they review the third in Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s Nemo trilogy, Nemo: River of Ghosts (Top Shelf).

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Review: Supreme: Blue Rose

by Pedro Moura Supreme: Blue Rose – Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay (Image Comics) Ethan Crane, a.k.a., Supreme, the biggest superbeing of this storyworld, seems to be missing. Crane’s disappearance is related to a strange phenomenon that took place in a

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 100: Reviews of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen III: Century and Hip Hop Family Tree 2

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] “This is a nipple-rich book” This week the Two Guys with PhDs are rappin’ to the beat with two new books that will funk you up. That’s right, DJ D and Kunka Kool spend this

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 88: Reviews of Miracleman, Book 1, Purgatory Pub, Book 1, and Worse Things Happen at Sea

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Miracles, Metaphysics, and Comics Quandaries On this episode of The Comics Alternative, Andy and Derek review three new and unique titles. They begin by looking at Miracleman, Book 1: A Dream of Flying, the first trade in Marvel’s

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Review: The Bojeffries Saga

by Shea Hennum The Bojeffries Saga, Alan Moore (Top Shelf Productions) From its humble beginnings in 1983 as a short strip in Warrior (the magazine that serialized Alan Moore’s seminal Miracleman run), The Bojeffries Saga was, and remains, one of Alan Moore’s

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