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Name:A few more Alan Moore scans from loopyjoe

Total Size: 26.55 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-09-15 22:46:00 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-22 23:55:28

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It's a Miracle! (Miracleman article from Speakeasy 52) (1985) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr (Size: 26.55 MB) (Files: 8)

 It's a Miracle! (Miracleman article from Speakeasy 52) (1985) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr

3.77 MB

 It's Kelly's Boyfriend Mr Monster (from Mr Monster's Gal Friday Kelly 03) (2000) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr

5.48 MB

 Globetrotting For Agoraphobiacs, by Alan Moore (Excerpt from Knockabout 09) (1985) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr

2.29 MB

 Garry Leach and Alan Moore interview from Hellfire 01 (1983) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr

3.98 MB

 Blood Feud - Preludes And Nocturnes (Excerpt from Spawn 32) (1995) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr

3.64 MB

 America's Best Creator (Excerpt from The Wizard Wildstorm Special) (1999) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr

3.88 MB

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

0.05 KB

 Moore and Claremont Speak Out On Writing (from Speakeasy 54) (1985) (loopyjoe-DCP).cbr

3.49 MB

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Torrent description

Here are a few more rare works by the maestro from various publications.

First off we have two actual comicbook stories (in full colour, no less!): One is a prelude to the mini-series Spawn: Blood Feud. Most scans of Spawn 32 omit the Moore story, which I find puzzling to say the least. The other is a light-hearted tale from the mini-series Mr Monster's Gal Friday Kelly.

"Globetrotting For Agoraphobiacs" (yes, that's how it's spelt) is a witty prose piece that has been published three times in obscure publications.

"It's a Miracle" is an article on Marvelman/Miracleman featuring interviews with Moore and the other people involved in his work on the character.

Finally there are three other interviews, two of which come from British fanzines of the early 80s. I especially like the one from Hellfire, for my own reasons which will become apparent. Read Moore's comments on Claremont, then bear them in mind when you read the piece where both writers are interviewed together.

The last page of each scan gives more info.

So there we are: another step toward a "complete works" (I can dream, can't I?). All comments appreciated!

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