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ALAN MOORE

General Bibliography:

 

 

 1970  Seminar #2  (UK comics fanzine included a 2-page essay by Moore on

         “The Shadow”)

         http://glycon.livejournal.com/9294.html

 7/70  Embryo #1-5  (Embryo was a photocopied/hand-stapled poetry fanzine

         edited by Moore.  It included many poems written by Moore, and

         much of the artwork was provided by him as well.  Note that some

         of the poems are early examples of his interest in Lovecraftian

         and Orwellian themes.  Embryo #5 also includes the first and

         only episode of the sci-fi comic strip Once There Were Daemons.

         The Embryo #2-5 covers and the short comic strip can be viewed

   at www.gbd.freeuk.com/Al.htm. [Northhampton Arts Lab]{7/70-

   11/71})

1971    Fitz Rovel #3  (Another fanzine from the Northhampton Arts Lab

        which included some of Moore’s artwork.  The cover can be viewed

        at www.gbd.freeuk.com/Al.htm.  [Northhampton Arts Lab])

12/74  Anon #1-5  (The Alternative Newspaper Of Northampton includes the

         strip Anon E. Mouse written and drawn by Moore under the

         pseudonym ‘Curt Vile’ {12/74-5/75})

 2/78  The Back Street Bugle magazine #16-23  (Alternative magazine

         featuring the following ‘Curt Vile’ comic strips:

         #6-12, 14, 16, 18, 22, 25 St. Pancras Panda strips

   #23 Fat Jap Defamation Funnies

   #42 Just Another Day <w>Dick Foreman

         [EOA Books]{2/78-8/80})

 3/79  Dark Star #19-25  (Fanzine/newspaper featuring the following ‘Curt

         Vile’ comic strips:

         #19 The Avenging Hunchback

         #20 Kultural Krime Komix!!

         #21 Talcum Power <co-w>‘Pedro Henry’ (Steve Moore)

         #22-25 Three Eyes McGurk and His Death Planet Commandos <a>‘Curt

         Vile’ <w>‘Pedro Henry’ (Steve Moore)

         [Dark Star]{3/79-12/80})

 3/79  Sounds magazine  (Weekly music magazine which featured the

         following ‘Curt Vile’ comic strips:

         3/31/79-6/28/80 Roscoe Moscow: Who Killed Rock n’ Roll?

         7/12/80-3/19/83 The Stars My Degradation

   Note: ‘Pedro Henry’ (Steve Moore) wrote approx. 37 of the

   episodes from 2/6/82 through 3/12/83.

   12/27/80 Ten Little Liggers

         8/15/81 The Rock and Roll Zoo

         12/26/81 Christmas On Depravity <co-w>‘Pedro Henry’

         12/25/82 The Bride Of Pressbutton

         {3/79-3/83})

 8/79  Northants Post  (Weekly newspaper which featured the comic strip

         Maxwell The Magic Cat written and drawn by Moore using the

         pseudonym ‘Jill de Ray’ {8/25/79-10/9/86}.  All of the strips

         were collected in Maxwell The Magic Cat #1-4.)

10/79  Frantic Winter Special  (Scant Applause Section, 2 pages of silent

         single-panel Santa Claus gags written and drawn by Moore as

         ‘Curt Vile’ [Marvel U.K.])

         http://glycon.livejournal.com/8506.html

 6/80  Doctor Who Weekly #35-38, 40-43 

         (“Doctor Who”-related stories:

         #35-38 Black Legacy <a>David Lloyd

         #40-43 Business As Usual <a>David Lloyd

         [Marvel U.K.]{6/80-8/80})   

 6/80  2000 A.D. 1980 Sci-Fi Special  (Short story A Holiday In Hell

         <a>Dave Harwood [Fleetway])

 7/80  2000 A.D. #170, 176, 189-190, 203, 209, 214, 217, 219, 234, 237-

         238, 240, 242, 245-247, 249, 251-254, 257, 265, 267-273, 278,

         282, 291, 299, 308-310, 315-316, 318, 320, 322-325, 327, 329,

         331-332

   (Short stories:

         #170 Killer in the Cab <a>John Richardson

         #176 The Dating Game <a>Dave Gibbons

         #189-190 Abelard Snazz: The Final Solution <a>Steve Dillon

         #203 Grawks Bearing Gifts <a>‘Q Twerk’ (Ian Gibson)

         #209 Abelard Snazz: The Return of the Two-Storey Brain! <a>Mike

         White

         #214 The English/Phlondrutian Phrase Book <a>Brendan McCarthy

         #217 The Last Rumble of the Platinum Horde <a>John Higgins

         #219 They Sweep the Spaceways <a>Garry Leach

         #234 The Regrettable Ruse of Rocket Redglare <a>Mike White

         #237-238 Abelard Snazz: The Double-Decker Dome Strikes Back

         <a>Mike White

         #240 A Cautionary Fable <a>Paul Neary

         #242 Mister, Could You Use a Squonge? <a>Ron Tiner

         #245 A Second Chance! <a>Jose Casanovas; Abelard Snazz: Halfway

         to Paradise <a>John Cooper

         #246 Twist Ending <a>Paul Neary

         #247 Salad Days! <a>John Higgins

         #249 The Beastly Beliefs of Benjamin Blint <a>Eric Bradbury

         #251 All of Them Were Empty <a>Paul Neary

         #252 An American Werewolf in Space! <a>Paul Neary

         #253 The Bounty Hunters! <a>John Higgins

         #254 Abelard Snazz: The Multi-Storey Mind Mellows Out! <a>Paul

         Neary

         #257 The Wages of Sin! <a>Bryan Talbot

         #265 Return of the Thing! <a>Dave Gibbons

         #267 Skirmish! <a>Dave Gibbons

         #268 The Writing on the Wall! <a>Jesus Redondo

         #269 The Wild Frontier! <a>Dave Gibbons

         #270 The Big Day <a>Robin Smith

         #271 One Christmas During Eternity! <a>Jesus Redondo

         #272 No Picnic! <a>John Higgins

         #273 The Disturbed Digestions of Dr. Dibworthy <a>Dave Gibbons

         #278 Hot Item <a>John Higgins

         #282 Sunburn <a>Jesus Redondo

         #291 Bad Timing <a>Mike White

         #299 Abelard Snazz: Genius is Pain <a>Mike White

         #308 The Reversible Man <a>Mike White

         #309 Einstein <a>John Higgins

         #310 Chrono-Cops <a>Dave Gibbons

         #315 The Big Clock! <a>Eric Bradbury

         #316 Dr. Dibworthy’s Disappointing Day <a>Alan Langford

         #318 Going Native <a>Mike White

         #320 Ring Road <a>Jesus Redondo

         #322 The Hyper-Historic Headbang <a>Alan Davis

         #323 The Lethal Laziness of Lobelia Loam <a>Arturo Boluda

         #324 The Time Machine <a>Jesus Redondo

         #325 Eureka! <a>Mike White

         #327 The Startling Success of Sideways Scuttleton <a>John

         Higgins

         #329 ‘Dad’ <a>Alan Langford

         #331 Buzz Off! <a>Jim Eldridge

         #332 Look Before You Leap! <a>Mike White

         [Fleetway]{7/80-9/83})

         TPB Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks collects all of the above

       short stories with the exception of Killer in the Cab and

       The Dating Game [Rebellion]

12/80  Doctor Who Monthly #47, 51, 57

         (“Doctor Who”-related short stories:

         #47 Star Death <a>John Stokes

         #51 The 4-D War <a>David LLoyd

         #57 Black Sun Rising <a>David Lloyd

         [Marvel U.K.]{12/80-10/81})

 7/81  2000 A.D. 1981 Sci-Fi Special  (Short story Southern Comfort

   <a>Walter Howarth [Fleetway] Note: Story credited to “RE Wright”

   due to Moore’s dissatisfaction with the final story and art)

 9/81  2000 A.D. Annual 1982 (Short story Ro-Busters: Bax The Burner

         <a>Steve Dillon [Fleetway])

11/81  Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Monthly #151, 154-156, 159

         (“Star Wars”-related short stories:

         #151 The Pandora Effect <a>Adolfo Buylla

         #154 Tilotny Throws a Shape <a>John Stokes

         #155 Dark Lord’s Conscience <a>John Stokes

         #156 Rust Never Sleeps <a>Alan Davis

         #159 Blind Fury <a>John Stokes

         [Marvel U.K.]{11/81-8/82})

         Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #1-2 collects all five stories

12/81  BJ and the Bear Annual 1982  (Includes two shorts C.B.?-That’s a

         Big Ten-Four! and Bear’s Monkey Business [Grandreams])

   http://glycon.livejournal.com/4569.html

1981    Rip Off Comix #8  (Includes a reprint from Dark Star #22-25 of the

        Three-Eyes McGurk and His Death Planet Commandos comic strip

        <a>‘Curt Vile’ <w>‘Pedro Henry’ (Steve Moore).  Notable as

        Moore’s first work published in the U.S. [Rip Off Press])

 3/82  Warrior magazine #1-26  (A discontinued black & white anthology  

         featuring the original serializations of V for Vendetta and     

         Marvelman (later renamed Miracleman). Warrior magazine also

         features the first appearance of The Bojeffries Saga in issues

         #12-13 and #19-20 [Quality Communications]{3/82-2/85}.  All of

         these Warrior serials were later completed and reprinted in

         color.  Note that Warrior #4 includes the short story

         Marvelman: The Yesterday Gambit <a>Alan Davis, the only

         “Marvelman” story which remains unpublished in the U.S.)

 4/82  Eagle #3  (Short photostrip story The Collector: Trash!

         <photography>Sven Arnstein [IPC/Fleetway]{4/10/82})

 6/82  Eagle #12  (Short photostrip story The Collector: Profits of Doom

         <a>Rex Archer <photography>Gabor Scott [IPC/Fleetway]{6/12/82})

 6/82  Marvel Super-Heroes magazine #386  (Moore scripted only the last

         page of this issue’s “Captain Britain” installment as a prelude

         to his Captain Britain: Jaspers Warp serial <a>Alan Davis

         [Marvel U.K.].  Note: This 1-page contribution is uncredited. 

         Reprinted in X-Men Archives: Featuring Captain Britain #2.)

         Collected in the HC Captain Britain Omnibus

 7/82  Marvel Super-Heroes magazine #387-388  (First part of the Captain

         Britain: Jaspers Warp serial <a>Alan Davis [Marvel U.K.]{7/82-

         8/82}.  Continued in The Daredevils magazine.)

         Collected in the TPB Captain Britain

         Collected in the HC Captain Britain Omnibus

 8/82  2000 A.D. Annual 1983 (Two short stories: Ro-Busters: Old Red

         Eyes Is Back <a>Bryan Talbot; Rogue Trooper: Pray For War

         <a>Brett Ewins [Fleetway])

 9/82  Marvel Super-Heroes magazine #389  (Includes a text piece A Short

   History of Britain [Marvel U.K.])

   Collected in the HC Captain Britain Omnibus

10/82  Marvel Super-Heroes magazine #390-395 

         (“Night Raven” text stories:

         #390  Night Raven: The Cure (Pt.1) <a>Mick Austin

         #391  Night Raven: The Cure (Pt.2) <a>Paul Neary

         #392-393  Night Raven: White Hopes, Red Nightmares <a>Paul Neary

         #394-395  Night Raven: Sadie’s Story <a>Paul Neary

         [Marvel U.K.]{10/82-3/83})

12/82  The Dukes of Hazzard Annual 1983  (Includes a reprint of C.B.?-

         That’s a Big Ten-Four! with an extra few paragraphs of text

   [Grandreams])

   http://glycon.livejournal.com/10870.html

1982    Not The World Cup (The Official Souvenir Brochure)  (One-shot

        special includes a 3-page strip Not The World Cup written by

        Moore <a>Barrie Mitchell [Marvel U.K.])

 1/83  The Daredevils magazine #1-11  (Continuation of the Captain

         Britain: Jaspers Warp serial <a>Alan Davis [Marvel U.K.]{1/83-

   11/83}.  Continued in The Mighty World Of Marvel magazine.

         Collected in the TPB Captain Britain.

         Collected in the HC Captain Britain Omnibus

   The Daredevils additionally includes the following stories and

         articles:

   #1 The Importance of Being Frank

   #3 Stan Lee: Blinded by the Hype- An Affectionate Character

   Assassination (Pt.1)

   #4 Stan Lee: Blinded by the Hype- An Affectionate Character

   Assassination (Pt.2); Invisible Girls and Phantom Ladies: Sexism

   in Comics (Pt.1)

   #5 Invisible Girls and Phantom Ladies: Sexism in Comics (Pt.2);

   O Superman: Music & Comics; About The Special Executive

   #6 Night Raven: The Anaesthetic Wearing Off

         #7-10 include the 4-part text story Night Raven: The Snow Queen

         <a>Alan Davis

         #8 Grit <a>Mike Collins, a parody of Frank Miller’s “Daredevil”.

         #5-7 further include reprints of the following stories from

            Doctor Who Monthly:

            #5 Star Death <a>John Stokes

            #6 4-D War <a>David Lloyd

            #7 Black Sun Rising <a>David Lloyd)

 3/83  2000 A.D. #308-330  (Skizz serial <a>Jim Baikie [Fleetway]{3/83-

         8/83})

         Collected in the TPB Skizz

 5/83  2000 A.D. #317, 350-359, 363-367, Sci-Fi Special 1985

         (“D.R. & Quinch” stories:

         #317 D.R. & Quinch Have Fun on Earth <a>Alan Davis

         #350-351 D.R. & Quinch Go Straight <a>Alan Davis

         #352-354 D.R. & Quinch Go Girl Crazy <a>Alan Davis

         #355-359 D.R. & Quinch Get Drafted <a>Alan Davis

         #363-367 D.R. & Quinch Go Hollywood <a>Alan Davis

         Sci-Fi Special 1985 D.R. & Quinch Get Back to Nature <a>Alan

         Davis

         [Fleetway]{5/83-6/85})

         Collected in the TPB D.R. & Quinch

 8/83  2000 A.D. Annual 1984 (Two short stories: Rogue Trooper: First of

         the Few <a>Jesus Redondo; Ro-Busters: Stormeagles Are Go! <a>Joe

         Eckers; and an article Skizz-How He Came To Be [Fleetway])

12/83  The Mighty World of Marvel magazine #7-13  (Conclusion of the

         Captain Britain: Jaspers Warp serial <a>Alan Davis [Marvel

         U.K.]{12/83-6/84})

         Collected in the TPB Captain Britain

         Collected in the HC Captain Britain Omnibus

1983  The Sinister Ducks  (A 7” singles record released by Moore and his

        band ‘The Sinister Ducks’.  Side A is the song “March of the

        Sinister Ducks” and Side B is “Old Gangsters Never Die”.  The

        inner sleeve folds out into a 8-page comic Old Gangsters Never

        Die <a>Lloyd Thatcher [Beggars Banquet Situation 2].  Note that

        Moore used the pseudonym ‘Translucia Baboon’ for this project.)

 1/84  Swamp Thing #20-61, 63-64, Annual #2  (<a>various, most with

         Stephen Bissette [DC]{1/84-9/87}.  Issues #20-30 are titled Saga

         of the Swamp Thing.)

         TPB Saga of the Swamp Thing collects 21-27

         TPB Swamp Thing: Love & Death collects 28-34 and Annual #2

         TPB Swamp Thing: The Curse collects 35-42

         TPB Swamp Thing: A Murder of Crows collects 43-50

         TPB Swamp Thing: Earth to Earth collects 51-56

         TPB Swamp Thing: Reunion collects 57-64

         HC Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.1 collects 20-27

         HC Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.2 collects 28-34 and Annual #2

         HC Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.3 collects 35-42

         HC Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.4 collects 43-50

         HC Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.5 collects 51-56

         HC Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.6 collects 57-64

         TPB Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.1 collects 20-27

         TPB Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.2 collects 28-34 and Annual #2

         TPB Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.3 collects 35-42

         TPB Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.4 collects 43-50

         TPB Saga of the Swamp Thing Vol.5 collects 51-56

 3/84  Scream #1  (Short story Monster <a>Heinzl [IPC Magazines].  Note:

         Moore only wrote the first 4 pages of this story.)

 5/84  Marvelman Special #1  (Reprints some of Mick Anglo’s original

         “Marvelman” strips.  Moore wrote the framing sequence <a>Alan

          Davis [Quality].  Magazine-size.  Reprinted in the U.S. as

          Miracleman 3-D #1.)

 7/84  2000 A.D. #376-385, 405-415, 451-466  (Ballad of Halo Jones

         serial <a>Ian Gibson [Fleetway]{7/84-4/86})

         Collected in the TPB The Ballad of Halo Jones

 8/84  2000 A.D. Annual 1985 (Short story A.B.C. Warriors: Red Planet

         Blues <a>Steve Dillon [Fleetway])

10/84  Speakeasy #43  (First print appearance of Nutter’s Ruin written

         and drawn by Moore as ‘Curt Vile’.  This was an unsold 1979

         strip that was discontinued after this one episode.  Reprinted

         in Maxwell The Magic Cat #2.)

12/84  Axel Pressbutton #2  (Back-up story Warpsmith: Cold War, Cold     

         Warrior <a>Garry Leach [Eclipse])

1984  Knockabout Trial Special  (Short prose story Brasso With Rosie

        <a>‘Savage Pencil’ (Edwin Pouncey) [Knockabout])

1984    The Super Heroes Annual 1984  (U.K. hardcover includes a text

        story Protected Species <a>Bryan Talbot [London Editions/DC])

 4/85  Food For Thought  (U.K. benefit comic for Band-Aid includes the

         short story Cold Snap <a>Bryan Talbot [Gary Millidge/Flying

         Pig].  This story was reprinted in the U.S. in Slow Death #11,

         and in Ex-Directory: The Secret Files of Bryan Talbot.)

 4/85  Detective Comics #549-550  (2-part back-up story Green Arrow:   

         Night Olympics <a>Klaus Janson [DC]{4/85-5/85})

 5/85  The Omega Men #26-27  (Two back-up stories: #26 Vega: Brief lives

         <a>Kevin O’Neil; #27 Vega: A Man’s World <a>Paris Cullins

         [DC]{5/85-6/85})

 5/85  Vigilante #17-18  (A 2-issue story Father’s Day <a>Jim Baikie   

         [DC]{5/85-6/85})

 5/85  Green Lantern #188  (Back-up story Mogo Doesn’t Socialize <a>Dave

         Gibbons [DC])

 6/85  American Flagg #21-27  (Serialized back-up story.  #27 is a full

         issue conclusion to the story.  #21-23 <a>Larry Stroman;          

         #24-27 <a>Don Lomax [First Comics]{6/85-12/85})

 6/85  Superman Annual #11  (For The Man Who Has Everything <a>Dave      

         Gibbons [DC])

         Collected in HC/TPB Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of

   Tomorrow?

 8/85  Miracleman #1-7, 9-16  (<a>various, most with John Totleben

         [Eclipse]{8/85-12/89}.  Note that Miracleman #8 is actually a

         fill-in issue featuring reprints of old Mick Anglo stories.)

         TPB A Dream of Flying collects 1-3

         TPB The Red King Syndrome collects 4-7, 9-10

         TPB Olympus collects 11-16     

 9/85  D.C. Comics Presents #85  (Superman And Swamp Thing: The Jungle  

         Line <a>Rick Veitch [DC])

         Collected in HC/TPB Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of

   Tomorrow?

10/85  Doc Stearn...Mr. Monster #3  (Short story The Riddle of the

         Recalcitrant Refuse <a>Michael T. Gilbert [Eclipse])

11/85  Doctor Who #14-15  (U.S. edition includes reprints of two stories

         originally published in the U.K.:  #14 Black Legacy <a>David

         Lloyd; #15 Business As Usual <a>David Lloyd [Marvel]{11/85-

         12/85}.  Standard comic size.)

12/85  Miracleman 3-D #1  (Moore wrote the framing sequence <a>Alan      

         Davis [Eclipse].  This issue fits between Miracleman #3 and

         #4.)

12/85  Heroes For Hope: Starring the X-Men #1  (3 pages of story within

        a jam issue <a>Richard Corben [Marvel])

1985  Mad Dog #10 (Dogma 10)  (Independent magazine includes a short

        story Captain Airstrip One <a>Chris Brasted/SMS [Oddmags])

1985    Batman Annual 1985  (U.K. hardcover includes a text story The Gun

        <a>Garry Leach [London Editions/DC])

1985  Superman Annual 1985 (U.K. hardcover includes a text story I Was

        Superman’s Double <a>Bob Wakelin [London Editions/DC])

 2/86  Epic Illustrated magazine #34  (Short story Love Doesn’t Last     

         Forever <a>Rick Veitch [Epic])

 3/86  Strontium Dog #4  (Short story reprint A Cautionary Fable <a>Paul

         Neary [Eagle Comics])

 4/86  Dalgoda #8  (Short “BoJeffries” story Batfishing in Suburbia <a>

         Steve Parkhouse [Fantagraphics].  Reprinted in The Complete     

         BoJeffries Saga.)

 6/86  Flesh and Bones #1-4  (“BoJeffries” back-ups reprinting the short

         stories from Warrior magazine in color <a>Steve Parkhouse       

         [Upshot Graphics]{6/86-9/86}.  Later collected in The Complete

         BoJeffries Saga.)

 6/86  The Ballad of Halo Jones: Books #1-3  (Oversize TPBs reprinting

         the 2000 A.D. serial <a>Ian Gibson [Titan])

 9/86  Watchmen #1-12  (Maxi-series <a>Dave Gibbons [DC]{9/86-10/87})

         TPB collects 1-12

         HC collects 1-12

         Slipcased HC Absolute Watchmen collects 1-12

 9/86  Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual #2  (Short story Tygers   

         <a>Kevin O’Neill [DC])

 9/86  Superman #423  (Part one of the two-part story Whatever Happened

         To The Man of Tomorrow? <a>Curt Swan/George Perez [DC])

         Collected in HC/TPB Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of

         Tomorrow?

10/86  Action Comics #583  (Part two of the two-part story Whatever      

         Happened To The Man of Tomorrow? <a>Curt Swan/Kurt               

         Schaffenberger [DC])

         Collected in HC/TPB Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of

         Tomorrow?

10/86  D.R. & Quinch’s Totally Awesome Guide To Life  (Oversize TPB

         collection in black & white of the stories from 2000 A.D.       

         <a>Alan Davis [Titan Books])

11/86  Alan Moore’s Shocking Futures  (TPB collection (1st volume) of

         Moore’s miscellaneous 2000 A.D. short stories includes:

         Grawks Bearing Gifts <a>‘Q Twerk’ (Ian Gibson)

         The English/Phlondrutian Phrase Book <a>Brendan McCarthy

         The Last Rumble of the Platinum Horde <a>John Higgins

         They Sweep the Spaceways <a>Garry Leach

         The Regrettable Ruse of Rocket Redglare <a>Mike White

         A Cautionary Fable <a>Paul Neary

         An American Werewolf in Space <a>Paul Neary

         The Wages of Sin <a>Bryan Talbot

         The Wild Frontier <a>Dave Gibbons

         One Christmas During Eternity <a>Jesus Redondo

         Sunburn <a>Jesus Redondo

         Bad Timing <a>Mike White

         The Hyper-Historic Headbang <a>Alan Davis

         The Lethal Laziness of Lobelia Loam <a>Arturo Boluda

         Eureka <a>Mike White

         [Titan Books].  Oversize format.)

12/86  2000 A.D. #500  (Tharg’s Head Revisited includes a 1-page “Halo

         Jones” joke page <a>Ian Gibson [Fleetway])

12/86  Anything Goes #2  (Short story In Pictopia! <a>Donald Simpson     

         [Fantagraphics])

1986  Myra #8  (Fanzine includes a short story A True Story <a>Myra

        Hancock [Myra Magazines])

        http://glycon.livejournal.com/5730.html

1987  Maxwell the Magic Cat #1-4  (Mini-series reprinting early

        newspaper cartoon strips which Moore wrote and drew under the  

        pen name ‘Jill de Ray’ [Acme Press]{1986-1987}.  Oversize

        format)

 1/87  Alan Moore’s Twisted Times  (TPB collection (2nd volume) of

         Moore’s miscellaneous 2000 A.D. short stories includes:

         Abelard Snazz: The Final Solution <a>Steve Dillon

         Abelard Snazz: The Double-Decker Dome Strikes Back <a>Mike White

         Abelard Snazz: Halfway to Paradise <a>John Cooper

         Abelard Snazz: The Multi-Storey Mind Mellows Out! <a>Paul Neary

         Abelard Snazz: Genius is Pain <a>Mike White

         The Disturbed Digestions of Dr. Dibworthy <a>Dave Gibbons

         The Reversible Man <a>Mike White

         Chrono-Cops <a>Dave Gibbons

         The Big Clock! <a>Eric Bradbury

         Ring Road <a>Jesus Redondo

         The Time Machine <a>Jesus Redondo

         [Titan Books].  Oversize format.)

 1/87  Honk magazine #2  (Short prose story Brasso With Rosie <a>Peter  

         Bagge [Fantagraphics])

 1/87  Secret Origins #10  (Short story Phantom Stranger: Footsteps

         <a>Joe Orlando [DC])

         Collected in The Phantom Stranger: The Heart of a Stranger TPB

 2/87  Tales of the Green Lantern Corps Annual #3  (Short story In       

         Blackest Night <a>Bill Willingham [DC])

 3/87  Sam Slade, Robo-Hunter #6-7  (Two short story reprints:  Ro-

         Busters: Bax The Burner <a>Steve Dillon; Ro-Busters: Old Red

         Eyes Is Back <a>Bryan Talbot [Quality]{3/87-4/87}.  Note that

         Ro-Busters: Bax The Burner was originally a 6-page story and is

         expanded here into a 19-page story by enlarging the panels.)

 4/87  Batman Annual #11  (Short story Mortal Clay <a>George Freeman     

         [DC])

 5/87  Honk magazine #4  (Short prose story Globetrotting for              

         Agoraphobics <a>Eddie Campbell [Fantagraphics])

 7/87  Real War Stories #1  (Two short stories: Tapestries: Part I

         <a>Stan Woch/John Totleben; Tapestries: Part II <a>Stephen      

         Bissette [Eclipse])

 7/87  Strontium Dog #1  (Short story reprint The Bounty Hunters <a>John

         Higgins [Fleetway/Quality])

 8/87  Spellbinders #7  (Short story reprint The Dating Game <a>Dave

         Gibbons [Fleetway/Quality])

 9/87  Time Twisters #1-4, 6-9, 14, 21 

        (Reprints of 2000 A.D. stories:

         #1 The Hyper-Historic Headbang <a>Alan Davis; An American       

         Werewolf in Space <a>Paul Neary; Mister, Could You Use A         

         Squonge? <a>Ron Tiner; The Wild Frontier <a>Dave Gibbons; The

         Last Rumble of the Platinum Horde! <a>John Higgins; They Sweep

         the Spaceways <a>Garry Leach; The English/Phlondrutian           

         Phrasebook <a>Brendan McCarthy

         #2 The Disturbed Digestions of Doctor Dibworthy <a>Dave         

         Gibbons; The Time Machine <a>Jesus Redondo

         #3 The Wages of Sin!! <a>Bryan Talbot; Salad Days! <a>John      

         Higgins; All of Them Were Empty <a>Paul Neary

         #4 Bad Timing <a>Mike White; Einstein <a>John Higgins  

         #6 Dr. Dibworthy’s Disappointing Day <a>Alan Langford

         #7 Twist Ending <a>Paul Neary; The Beastly Beliefs of Benjamin

         Blint <a>Eric Bradbury; The Return of the Two-Storey Brain!     

         <a>Mike White; Ring Road <a>Jesus Redondo

         #8 Eureka! <a>Mike White; The Regrettable Ruse of Rocket        

         Redglare! <a>Mike White; Skirmish! <a>Dave Gibbons

         #9 The Big Clock! <a>Eric Bradbury; One Christmas During        

         Eternity! <a>Redondo; The Writing on the Wall! <a>Jesus Redondo

         #14 A Second Chance! <a>Jose Casanovas

         #21 Tharg’s Head Revisited includes a 1-page “Halo Jones” joke

         page <a>Ian Gibson

         [Quality]{9/87-5/89})

 9/87  Halo Jones #1-12  (Colorized reprint of The Ballad of Halo Jones

         serial from 2000 A.D. <a>Ian Gibson [Quality Comics]{9/87-

         8/88}.  Short story reprints are additionally included as

         backups in the following issues:  #1 Sunburn <a>Jesus Redondo;

         #7 Abelard Snazz: The Double-Decker Dome Strikes Back <a>Mike

         White; #8 Abelard Snazz: Halfway to Paradise <a>John Cooper;

         Abelard Snazz: The Multi-Storey Mind Mellows Out! <a>Paul Neary;

         #9 Abelard Snazz: Genius is Pain <a>Mike White)

 9/87  Liavek: Wizard’s Row  (Shared-world anthology includes the

         novelette A Hypothetical Lizard by Moore [Ace Books])

11/87  Outrageous Tales From the Old Testament  (Oversize TPB with a

         short story Leviticus-Chapter 20 <a>Hunt Emerson [Knockabout]) 

 1/88  Heartbreak Hotel magazine #1  (1-page Letter from Northampton

         written and drawn by Moore [Willyprods/Small Time Ink])

 4/88  Heartbreak Hotel magazine #3  (Short story I Can Hear the Grass  

         Grow written and drawn by Moore [Willyprods/Small Time Ink])

 4/88  Critters #23  (Short text story The Sinister Ducks <a>Doug Erb/  

         Kevin O’Neill [Fantagraphics].  Includes a flexi-disc of        

         Moore and his band ‘The Sinister Ducks’ performing March of the

         Sinister Ducks.)

 5/88  Batman: The Killing Joke  (One-shot <a>Brian Bolland [DC])

 9/88  V For Vendetta #1-10  (Maxi-series <a>David Lloyd [DC]{9/88-    

         5/89})

         TPB collects 1-10

         HC collects 1-10

         Slipcased HC Absolute V For Vendetta collects 1-10

10/88  AARGH!  (Artists Against Rampant Government Homophobia short      

         story The Mirror of Love <a>Rick Veitch/Stephen Bissette [Mad 

         Love].  Magazine size.)

11/88  Taboo #1-7  (TPB anthology includes the following: #1 has a short

         story Come On Down <a>Bill Wray; #2-7 serialize From Hell:

         Prologue and From Hell: Chapters 1-6 <a>Eddie Campbell; #5-7

         serialize Lost Girls: Chapters 1-5 <a>Melinda Gebbie

         [Spiderbaby Grafix/Tundra]{11/88-10/92}.  Both From Hell and

         Lost Girls are later collected and continued in their own

         respective books.)

 1988  Puma Blues #20  (Moore was a contributor to the text essay A    

         Manifesto For Creators and wrote the short story Act of Faith  

         <a>Steve Bissette [Aardvark-Vanaheim])

1988  Fashion Beast: A Screenplay by Alan Moore  (Limited edition copy

        of an unproduced screenplay based on a story by Moore, Robert

        Boykin, and Malcolm McClaren)

 1/89  Brought to Light  (Oversize graphic novel in flip book format

         includes Shadowplay: The Secret Team <a>Bill Sienkiewicz

         [Eclipse])

 3/89  Skizz  (Oversize TPB reprint of the 2000 A.D. serial <a>Jim

         Baikie [Titan])

 5/89  Seven Deadly Sins  (Oversize TPB anthology.  Moore contributed

         Lust <a>Mike Matthews [Knockabout])

10/89  A-1 #1-4  (Anthology including the following: #1 has a short      

         story Warpsmith: Ghostdance <a>Garry Leach; #1-4 each have a

         short “BoJeffries” story [Atomeka]{10/89-6/90}.  All of the

         “BoJeffries” stories are reprinted in color in The Complete       

         BoJeffries Saga.)

10/89  2000 A.D. Annual 1990  (Short story reprint Einstein <a>John

         Higgins [Fleetway])

1989  Corpsemeat Comix #2  (Short story Driller Penis: Yes… He Does What

         You Think He Does <a>‘Savage Pencil’ (Edwin Pouncey)

         [Sympathetic Press].  Magazine-size.)

 1/90  Judge Dredd #40  (Short story reprint The Startling Success of

         Sideways Scuttleton <a>John Higgins [Fleetway/Quality]

 4/90  Big Numbers #1-2  (Discontinued series <a>Bill Sienkiewicz [Mad  

         Love]{4/90-8/90}.  10”x10” size format.)

1990    Words Without Pictures  (Anthology book reprints the novelette

        The Hypothetical Lizard by Moore [Arcane/Eclipse])

 2/91  A-1 True Life Bikini Confidential  (Short story BoJeffries: Our

         Factory Fortnight <a>Steve Parkhouse [Atomeka].  Reprinted in  

         color in The Complete BoJeffries Saga.)

3/91  The Totally Stonking, Surprisingly Educational and Utterly

        Mindboggling Comic Relief Comic  (Moore collaborated

        (uncredited) on a few pages with Melinda Gebbie in this charity

        jam book [Fleetway])

 3/91  From Hell #1-10  (“Jack-the-Ripper” maxi-series <a>Eddie           

         Campbell [#1-2 Mad Love/Tundra; #3-10 Mad Love/Kitchen Sink     

         Press]{3/91-8/96}.  From Hell: Prologue and Chapters 1-6 were  

         originally published in Taboo #2-7.)

         TPB collects 1-10 [Eddie Campbell Comics]

 8/91  D.R. & Quinch  (Oversized TPB reprint collection of the stories

         from 2000 A.D. <a>Alan Davis [Fleetway].  This collection is

         the same as D.R. & Quinch’s Totally Awesome Guide to Life, but

         the stories are featured in color for the first time.)

 9/91  A Small Killing  (Oversize graphic novel <a>Oscar Zarate [VG

         Graphics].  U.K. edition.)

10/91  Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse  (Macabre poetry

         anthology includes The Children’s Hour by Moore [DreamHaven])

1991    Raw (Vol.II) #3  (Short story The Bowing Machine <a>Mark Beyer

         [Penguin Books])

11/92  Judge Dredd Classics #74  (Short story reprint Killer in the Cab

         <a>John Richardson [Fleetway/Quality])

 1992  Slow Death #11  (Short story Cold Snap <a>Bryan Talbot [Last      

         Gasp])

 1992  Images Of Omaha #2  (1-page short Dr. Omaha Presents: Venus in    

         Fur: Candid Chit-Chats With Cartoon Kit-Cats <a>Melinda Gebbie

         [Kitchen Sink Press])

 1992  The Complete BoJeffries Saga  (Collection of the miscellaneous    

         “BoJeffries” short stories with 5 new stories written expressly

         for this edition <a>Steve Parkhouse [Tundra])

 2/93  A Small Killing  (Oversize graphic novel <a>Oscar Zarate [Dark

         Horse/VG Graphics].  U.S. edition.)

 2/93  666: The Mark of the Beast #13  (Includes a short story reprint

         Monster <a>Heinzl [Fleetway/Quality].  Note: Moore only wrote

         the first 4 pages of this story.)

 3/93  Spawn #8  (In Heaven (Everything is Fine) <a>Todd McFarlane       

         [Image])

         Reprinted in HC Spawn: Origins Collection – Book 1

 4/93  1963: Books #1-6  (Mini-series. #1,3,5-6 <a> Rick Veitch; #2,4

         <a>Steve Bissette [Image]{4/93-10/93}.  A series-concluding

         issue 1963: Double Image Eighty Page Giant was announced, but

         never published.)

 3/94  Negative Burn #9-14, 16-19, 25-26, 28, 35, 37  (Features

         illustrated song lyrics written by Moore under the umbrella

         title Alan Moore’s Songbook:

         #9 Another Suburban Romance <a>Ken Meyer Jr.

         #10 London <a>Richard Case

         #11 Positively Bridge Street <a>Phillip Hester

         #12 14.2.99 <a>Dave Johnson

         #13 The Murders on the Rue Morgue <a>Neil Gaiman

         #14 Fires I Wish I’d Seen <a>Colleen Doran

         #16 Madame October <a>Terry Moore

         #17 The Hair of the Snake That Bit Me <a>Bill Koeb

         #18 Trampling Tokyo <a>Arthur Adams

         #19 Litvinov’s Book <a>Richard Pace

         #25 Chiaroscuro <a>Dave Gibbons

         #26 Me and Dorothy Parker <a>Michael Gaydos

         #28 Rose Madder <a>James Owen

         #35 Leopard Man At C&As’ <a>Jordan Raskin

         #37 Town of Lights <a>Mark Rickets

         [Caliber]{3/94-7/96}.  Note that issue #15 erroneously credits

         Moore on the cover.) 

         Alan Moore’s Songbook collects all except for #9 and #37

 5/94  Violator #1-3  (Mini-series.  #1-2 <a>Bart Sears; #3 <a>Greg

         Capullo [Image]{5/94-7/94})

         TPB collects 1-3

 1/95  From Hell: The Compleat Scripts (Vol.1)  (First of four planned

         volumes publishing Moore’s original scripts for From Hell

         <a>Eddie Campbell [Borderlands Press].  Series discontinued.)

 2/95  The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute to H.P. Lovecraft  (Short story

         anthology includes The Courtyard by Moore [Creation Books])

 5/95  Violator Vs. Badrock #1-4  (Mini-series <a>Brian Denham [Image]

         {5/95-8/95})

         TPB collects 1-4

 6/95  Spawn #32  (Includes a short back-up story Blood Feud: Preludes &

         Nocturnes <a>Tony Daniel, which serves as a prelude to the

         Spawn: Blood Feud mini-series [Image].  Uncredited.)

 6/95  Spawn: Blood Feud #1-4  (Mini-series <a>Tony Daniel [Image]{6/95-

         9/95})

 7/95  WildC.A.T.s #21-34  (<a>various [Image]{7/95-2/97})

         TPB WildC.A.T.s: Homecoming collects 21-27

         TPB WildC.A.T.s: Gang War collects 28-34

         TPB Alan Moore: The Complete WildC.A.T.s collects 21-34 and the

 short story Reincarnation from WildC.A.T.s #50

 8/95  X-Men Archives: Featuring Captain Britain #2-7  (Reprint of the

         classic Captain Britain: Jaspers Warp serial originally printed

         only in the U.K. <a>Alan Davis [Marvel]{8/95-1/96})

         TPB Captain Britain collects 2-7

10/95  Forbidden Acts  (Short story horror anthology about taboo behavior

         includes Light Of Thy Countenance by Moore [Avon Books])

11/95  Outbreaks Of Violets: Random Acts of Kindness  (A short story told

         in the form of 24 trading cards illustrated by different

         European artists.  The project was art directed by Rian Hughes.

         The standard edition (approx. 1000-2000 copies) was a landscape

         A3 book consisting of loose pages with the cards printed on each

         page and bound by two bolts.  The limited edition (approx. 50

         copies) was a hardback cloth spine A3 portfolio.  The card set

         was available only in the limited edition, which further

         included a copy of the standard version as well.  The standard

         edition books were given out to audience members at the MTV

         European Music Awards show in Paris on 11/24/95, and the limited

         edition copies were given to the top advertisers.)

11/95  Shadowhawks of Legend #1  (Short story Shadows in the Sand        

         <a>Steve Leialoha [Image])

11/95  Spawn #37  (The Freak <a>Greg Capullo [Image])

11/95  Lost Girls: Books #1-2  (Adult mini-series <a>Melinda Gebbie

         [Kitchen Sink Press]{11/95-2/96}.  Lost Girls: Chapters 1-5 was

         originally published in Taboo #5-7.)

Wtr95  Kimota #3  (Small press fiction magazine includes two short

         pieces: The Nativity on Ice <a>Bryan Talbot; and Maxwell The

         Magic Cat, a reprint [Preston Speculative Fiction Group].  Note

         that Moore is credited under his pseudonym ‘Curt Vile’.)

1995    Dust: A Creation Books Reader  (Anthology which includes two short

        Lovecraftian text pieces Recognition and Zaman’s Hill [Creation

        Books])

 1/96  Maxx #21  (<a>Sam Kieth [Image])

 1/96  Spawn/WildC.A.T.s #1-4  (Mini-series <a>Scott Clark [Image]{1/96-

         4/96})

 3/96  Fire From Heaven #1  (First part of the multi-issue Wildstorm

         x-over storyline <a>Ryan Benjamin [Image].  Note: Moore is

         credited as the author for the concluding issue Fire From

         Heaven #2, but it was actually written by Warren Ellis.)

 7/96  Overstreet’s Fan #13  (An article Untold Tales: Alan Moore’s      

         Twilight is a 2-page detailed synopsis of Moore’s often rumored

         but unwritten “DC Universe” story [Gemstone Publishing])

 8/96  Supreme #41-52A, 52B-56  (<a>various [Image/Maximum Press/

   Awesome Entertainment]{8/96-2/98})

         Collected Edition #1 collects 41-42

         Collected Edition #2 collects 43-44

         Collected Edition #3 collects 45-46

         TPB collects 41-46

 8/96  Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds #1-2  (Reprints in color all of

         Moore’s “Star Wars”-related short stories previously published

         only in the U.K.  #1 includes two stories: Dark Lord’s

         Conscience <a>John Stokes; Blind Fury <a>John Stokes.  #2

         includes three stories: Rust Never Sleeps <a>Alan Davis; The

         Pandora Effect <a>Adolfo Buylla; Tilotny Throws a Shape <a>John

         Stokes [Dark Horse]{8/96-9/96})

10/96  Overstreet’s Fan #16  (An article Untold Tales: 1963 Annual is a

         2-page synopsis of the half-written, unpublished 1963: Double

         Image Eighty Page Giant which would have completed the 1963   

         series.  [Gemstone Publishing])

10/96  Voice Of The Fire  (Novel [Victor Gollancz])

11/96  Essential Vertigo: Swamp Thing #1-24  (An issue by issue black

         & white reprinting of Moore’s original run on “Swamp Thing”     

         beginning with Saga of the Swamp Thing #21 [DC]{11/96-10/98})

11/96  It’s Dark in London  (TPB anthology includes the short story I

         Keep Coming Back <a>Oscar Zarate [Serpent’s Tail])

12/96  Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?  (Remastered

         reprint collection of the 2-part story from Superman #423 and

         Action Comics #583 [DC])

 2/97  Wildstorm Spotlight Featuring Majestic #1  (Majestic: The Big

         Chill <a>Carlos D’Anda [Image].  This story is reprinted in the

         Mr. Majestic TPB)

 3/97  Overstreet’s Fan #21  (Includes an article Untold Tales: Alan

         Moore & Bryan Talbot’s Nightjar [Gemstone Publishing])

 4/97  Cerebus #217-220  (Dialogue: From Hell is a running

         correspondence between Moore and Dave Sim [Aardvark-Vanaheim]

         {4/97-7/97})

 6/97  Judgment Day Sourcebook  (Ordered exclusively through the

         American Entertainment catalog.  Prequel to Judgment Day

         <a>Chris Sprouse [Awesome Entertainment])

 6/97  Judgment Day a  (<a>various [Awesome Entertainment])

 7/97  Judgment Day W  (<a>various [Awesome Entertainment])

 8/97  Vampirella/Dracula & Pantha Showcase #1  (Flip book includes a

         preview of Moore’s story for Vampirella/Dracula: The Centennial

         <a>Gary Frank [Harris Comics])

10/97  Vampirella/Dracula: The Centennial  (Short story The New European

         <a>Gary Frank [Harris Comics])

         Collected in TPB Vampirella Master Series (Vol.4): Visionaries

10/97  Judgment Day: Final Judgment  (<a>various [Awesome

         Entertainment])

         TPB collects a, W, Final Judgment, and Judgment Day Sourcebook

11/97  Nightmare Theater #4  (Short story Itchy Peterson: Born Lucky I

         Guess <a>Val Semeiks [Chaos! Comics])

11/97  Voodoo #1-4  (Mini-series <a>Michael Lopez/Al Rio [Image]{11/97-

         3/98})

         TPB Voodoo: Dancing in the Dark collects 1-4

12/97  Awesome Holiday Special #1  (Short story Youngblood Prologue

         Featuring: Shaft <a>Steve Skroce [Awesome Entertainment])

12/97  Youngblood 1+ (Special Exclusive Edition)  (Two short stories: A

         Brief History of Twilight <a>Steve Skroce; Youngblood Prologue

         Featuring: Shaft <a>Steve Skroce [Awesome Entertaiment])

 2/98  Youngblood (Vol.3) #1-2  (<a>Steve Skroce [Awesome Entertainment/

         Awesome-Hyperwerks]{2/98-8/98})

 3/98  Judgment Day Aftermath #1  (<a>Gil Kane [Awesome Entertainment])

 3/98  The Spirit: The New Adventures #1  (<a>Dave Gibbons [Kitchen Sink

         Comix])

   Reprinted in the HC The Spirit (Vol.27): The New Adventures –

   Mar 1998–Nov 1998

 5/98  The Spirit: The New Adventures #3  (Short story Last Night I

         Dreamed of Dr. Cobra <a>Daniel Torres [Kitchen Sink Press])

Reprinted in the HC The Spirit (Vol.27): The New Adventures –

   Mar 1998–Nov 1998

 6/98  Hate #30  (Short story The Hasty Smear Of My Smile <a>Peter Bagge

         [Fantagraphics])

         Collected in Peter Bagge’s Other Stuff TPB

 6/98  WildC.A.T.’s #50  (Short story Reincarnation <a>Travis Charest

         [Image])

 7/98  Glory/RE:GEX Exclusive Convention Preview  (Flip book featuring a

         preview of Moore’s “Glory” mini-series <a>Brandon Peterson

         [Awesome Entertainment])

 9/98  From Hell: Dance of the Gull-Catchers  (Epilogue to the original 

         maxi-series <a>Eddie Campbell [Kitchen Sink Press])     

10/98  Alan Moore’s Songbook  (Collection of Moore’s song lyrics

         previously published in the serial anthology Negative Burn.

         Collects all but the lyrics from Negative Burn #9 and #37

         <a>various [Caliber])

 1/99  America’s Best Comics Preview  (Preview comic polybagged with

         Wizard #91 <a>various [Wizard Press/America’s Best Comics]

 3/99  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol.1) #1-6  (Mini-series

         <a>Kevin O’Neill [America’s Best Comics]{3/99-9/00})

         Bumper Compendium #1 edition collects 1-2

         Bumper Compendium #2 edition collects 3-4

         HC collects 1-6

         TPB collects 1-6

         Slipcased HC Absolute LOEG (Vol.1) collects 1-6

         HC LOEG Omnibus collects Volume 1 and Volume 2

 3/99  Glory (Vol.2)#0  (Glory and the Gate of Tears <a>Brandon Peterson

         [Awesome Entertainment])

 4/99  Alan Moore’s Awesome Universe Handbook #1 (<a>Alex Ross [Awesome

         Entertainment])

 4/99  Meatcake #9  (Short story Hungry is the Heart <a>Dame Darcy

         [Fantagraphics])

 5/99  Supreme: The Return #1-6  (This series continues directly from

         issue #56 of Moore’s previous run on Supreme <a>Chris Sprouse

         [Awesome Entertainment]{5/99-6/00} Note: The final issue of

   Moore’s run numbered as Supreme #63 was published in May 2012)

 6/99  The Birth Caul  (Adaptation of one of Moore’s one-man plays.

         <a>Eddie Campbell [Eddie Campbell Comics])

 6/99  Tom Strong #1-22, 36  (<a>Chris Sprouse [America’s Best Comics]

         {6/99-5/06} Note: Issues #23-35 were not written by Moore.)

         TPB Tom Strong: Book One collects 1-7

         TPB Tom Strong: Book Two collects 8-14

         TPB Tom Strong: Book Three collects 15-19

         TPB Tom Strong: Book Four collects 20-25

         TPB Tom Strong: Book Five collects 26-30

         TPB Tom Strong: Book Six collects 31-36

         HC Tom Strong: Book One collects 1-7

         HC Tom Strong: Book Two collects 8-14

         HC Tom Strong: Book Three collects 15-19

         HC Tom Strong: Book Four collects 20-25

         HC Tom Strong: Book Five collects 26-30

         HC Tom Strong: Book Six collects 31-36

         HC Tom Strong Deluxe Edition: Book One collects 1-12

         HC Tom Strong Deluxe Edition: Book Two collects 13-24

 8/99  Awesome Adventures! #1  (Youngblood: Dandy In The Underworld

         <a>Steve Skroce [Awesome Entertainment].  Note that this was

         meant to be the continuation of the Youngblood series.)

 8/99  Promethea #1-32  (<a>John H Williams III [America’s Best

         Comics]{8/99-4/05})

         TPB Promethea: Book One collects 1-6

         TPB Promethea: Book Two collects 7-12

         TPB Promethea: Book Three collects 13-18

         TPB Promethea: Book Four collects 19-25

         TPB Promethea: Book Five collects 26-32

         HC Promethea: Book One collects 1-6

         HC Promethea: Book Two collects 7-12

         HC Promethea: Book Three collects 13-18

         HC Promethea: Book Four collects 19-25

         HC Promethea: Book Five collects 26-32

         Slipcased HC Absolute Promethea: Vol.1 collects 1-12

         Slipcased HC Absolute Promethea: Vol.2 collects 13-24

         Slipcased HC Absolute Promethea: Vol.3 collects 25-32 and Tom

            Strong #36

   HC Promethea: The Immateria Edition collects 1-32 in horizontal

            format.

 9/99  Top 10 (Vol.1) #1-12  (<a>Gene Ha/Zander Cannon [America’s Best

         Comics]{9/99-10/01})

         TPB Top 10: Book One collects 1-7

         TPB Top 10: Book Two collects 8-12

         HC Top 10: Book One collects 1-7

         HC Top 10: Book Two collects 8-12

         Slipcased HC Absolute Top 10 collects Top Ten (Vol.1) 1-12, Smax

         1-5, ABC Special #1 short story, and Top Ten: The Forty-Niners

10/99  Tomorrow Stories 1-12  (Anthology series <a>various [America’s

         Best Comics]{10/99-4/02})

         TPB Tomorrow Stories: Book One collects 1-6

         TPB Tomorrow Stories: Book Two collects 7-12

         HC Tomorrow Stories: Book One collects 1-6

         HC Tomorrow Stories: Book Two collects 7-12

10/99  Haunter Of The Dark  (Collection of Lovecraft-related artwork by

         John Coulthart includes a section of eleven portraits entitled

         The Great Old Ones with accompanying text ‘evocations’ by Moore

         [Oneiros Books])

10/99  Tales of Midnight  (Kosovo refugee benefit comic released in

        London at the Galaxion ’99 Sci-Fi convention.  It includes the

        short text story The Serpent And The Sword <a>Mike Fiamanya

        [Blue Silver Entertainment])

11/99  Deathblow: By Blows #1-3  (Mini-series <a>Jim Baikie

         [Wildstorm]{11/99-1/00})

 1999  The Worm  (Moore wrote the storyline for this Cartoon Art Trust

         benefit project dubbed ‘The Longest Comic Strip in the World’.

         Published as an oversize TPB <a>various  [Slab-O-Concrete/The

         Cartoon Arts Trust])

 1/00  Unknown Quantities  (Includes a 2-page prose story Sidewalk

         Jockeys <a>Guy Davis [Funny Valentine Press])

 5/00  Mr. Monster’s Gal Friday…Kelly #3 (Short story It’s Kelly’s

         Boyfriend…Mr. Monster – Shopping <a>Alan Smith/Pete

         Williamson [Image])

 2/01  America’s Best Comics 64 Page Giant #1  (<a>various [America’s

         Best Comics])

 7/01  The Ballad of Halo Jones  (Oversize TPB reprint of the 2000 A.D.

         serial collected for the first time into a single edition

         <a>Ian Gibson [Titan])

 8/01  Judge Dredd Megazine (Vol.4) #1  (Includes reprints of D.R. &

         Quinch Have Fun on Earth and D.R. & Quinch Go Straight <a>Alan

         Davis [Rebellion])

 9/01  Kimota! The Miracleman Companion  (Oversized TPB featuring

         creator interviews, artwork, and the publishing history of

         “Marvelman/Miracleman”.  Includes the previously unpublished

         first part of a discontinued series Lux Brevis <a>John Totleben

         [TwoMorrows Publishing])

 9/01  Alan Moore’s Glory Preview  (Preview edition for the upcoming

         mini-series <a>various [Avatar Press])

10/01  Judge Dredd Megazine (Vol.4) #3  (Includes reprints of D.R. &

         Quinch Go Hollywood and D.R. & Quinch Get Back to Nature

         <a>Alan Davis [Rebellion])

12/01  Heroes  (Magazine-size benefit issue for the 9/11 WTC disaster

         includes a short piece “Now We Are All In Guernica<a>Dave

         Gibbons [Marvel])

12/01  Snakes and Ladders  (Adaptation of one of Moore’s plays.

         <a>Eddie Campbell [Eddie Campbell Comics])

12/01  Glory #0  (Reprints Glory and the Gate of Tears <a>Brandon

         Peterson [Avatar Press].  This edition features different

         material than the original Awesome Entertainment release, but

         Moore’s only contribution here is the reprinted short story.)

12/01  Glory #1-4  (Mini-series <a>Maryat Mychaels [Avatar Press]{12/01-

         1/02} Note: Only the first two issues were ever published.)

2001    Magical Mistery Moore  (Spanish edition (although the stories are

        printed in English) of new adaptations of five of Moore’s song

        lyrics <a>various [Styx/Sulaco Ediciones].  Note:  Most of the

        material was later reprinted as Alan Moore’s Magic Words

        (Vol.1).)

 1/02  Tom Strong’s Terrific Tales #1-12  (Anthology comic which

         includes miscellaneous short stories written by Moore <a>various

         [America’s Best Comics]{1/02-1/05})

         TPB Tom Strong’s Terrific Tales Vol. 1 collects 1-6

   TPB Tom Strong’s Terrific Tales Vol. 2 collects 7-12

   HC Tom Strong’s Terrific Tales Vol. 1 collects 1-6

   HC Tom Strong’s Terrific Tales Vol. 2 collects 7-12

 1/02  9-11: Volume One  (Benefit TPB for the 9/11 WTC disaster victims

         includes the short story This Is Information <a>Melinda Gebbie

         [Chaos! Comics/Dark Horse/Image])

 2/02  Judge Dredd Megazine (Vol.4) #7  (Includes a reprint of the short

         story Ro-busters: Bax The Burner <a>Steve Dillon [Rebellion])

 5/02  Skizz  (New reprint collection of the 2000 A.D. serial <a>Jim

         Baikie.  It also includes a reprint of Skizz-How He Came To Be

         from the 2000 A.D. Annual 1984 [Titan Books].  Oversize TPB.)

 9/02  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol.2) #1-6  (Mini-series

         <a>Kevin O’Neill [America’s Best Comics]{9/02-11/03})

         Bumper Compendium #1 edition collects 1-2

         Bumper Compendium #2 edition collects 3-4

         HC collects 1-6

         TPB collects 1-6

         Slipcased HC Absolute LOEG (Vol.2) collects 1-6

         HC LOEG Omnibus collects Volume 1 and Volume 2

         TPB LOEG Omnibus collects Volume 1 and Volume 2

 9/02  I Have To Live With This Guy!”  (Oversize TPB which explores the

         lives of the partners and wives of various comic creators.  It

         includes reprints of three of Moore’s earliest independent

         strips: The Avenging Hunchback, Kultural Krime Komix!!, and St.

         Pancra’s Panda: Old Time Religion [Blake Bell/TwoMorrows])

11/02  Alan Moore’s Magic Words (Vol.1)  (New adaptations of some of

         Moore’s songs <a>various [Avatar Press].  HC format.)

12/02  Supreme: The Story of the Year  (TPB collection of Supreme

         #41-52A, 52B [Checker Book Publishing Group])

 1/03  Alan Moore’s The Courtyard #1-2  (Adaptation by Antony Johnston

         of one of Moore’s short stories <a>Jacen Burrows [Avatar Press]

         {1/03-2/03})

         TPB collects 1-2

 2/03  Judge Dredd Megazine #202  (Includes a reprint of The Bounty

         Hunters! <a>John Higgins [Rebellion])

 4/03  Avatar Graphic Novel Sampler  (5/3/03 FCBD giveaway includes

         excerpts from Another Suburban Romance and A Small Killing

         [Avatar Press])

 5/03  Alan Moore’s Another Suburban Romance  (collection of

         miscellaneous songs and poems <a>Juan Jose Ryp [Avatar Press])

 5/03  Alan Moore’s Writing For Comics  (Reprint of an old essay with new

         art <a>Jacen Burrows [Avatar Press])

 6/03  Top Shelf Asks the Big Questions  (TPB Anthology includes the

   “Cobweb” short story rejected by DC Comics entitled La Toile’s

   Casebook of the Crepuscular: Brighter Than You Think… <a>Melinda

   Gebbie [Top Shelf Productions])

 6/03  The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol.1): The Absolute

         Edition  (Slipcased edition that contains two oversized

         hardcovers: the first book reprints the original series, and the

         second contains Moore’s scripts and new illustrations <a>Kevin

         O’Neill  [America’s Best Comics])

 6/03  Across The Universe: The DC Universe Stories of Alan Moore  (TPB

   collection of Moore’s miscellaneous DC universe stories.  It

   includes the stories from Superman Annual #11, DC Comics

   Presents #85, Batman Annual #11, Detective Comics #549-550,

   Secret Origins #10, Vigilante #17-18, Omega Men #26-27, Green

         Lantern #188, and Green Lantern Corps Annuals #2-3 [DC])

         Note: See 1/06 for the expanded edition.

 7/03  The Many Worlds of Tesla Strong  (Moore is credited as co-plotter

         <w>Peter Hogan <a>various [America’s Best Comics])

 7/03  Supreme: The Return  (TPB collection of Supreme #53-56 and

         Supreme: The Return #1-6 [Checker Book Publishing Group])

 7/03  The Extraordinary Works of Alan Moore  (Alan Moore tribute book

   edited by George Khoury <a>various.  It includes some of Moore’s

         previously unpublished work as well as rare reprint material.

         It also contains an extremely detailed bibliography by David

         Hume, Greg Strohecker, and Khoury. NOTE: An “Indispensable

         Edition” updated with additional material was released in early

   2009 [TwoMorrows])

 7/03  Alan Moore’s Yuggoth Cultures and Other Growths: NecroComicon

         (Limited edition (4000 copies) preview comic sold at the 2003

         San Diego Comicon <a>various [Avatar Press]

 8/03  Terra Obscura #1-6  (Mini-series. Moore is credited as co-plotter

         <w>Peter Hogan <a>Yanick Paquette/Karl Story [America’s Best

         Comics]{8/03-2/04})

         TPB collects 1-6

         TPB Terra Obscura: S.M.A.S.H. of Two Worlds collects Vol.1 and 2

 8/03  A Small Killing  (Reprint edition <a>Oscar Zarate [Avatar Press])

 9/03  Alan Moore’s Yuggoth Cultures and Other Growths #1-3  (Mini-series

   containing some of Moore’s miscellaneous works:

   #1 Zaman’s Hill <a>Juan Jose Ryp; NightJar <a>Bryan Talbot

   #2 Litvinoff’s Book <a>Mike Wolfer; Cold Snap <a>Bryan Talbot;

   Itchy Peterson: Born Lucky I Guess <a>Val Semeiks; Nativity on

   Ice <a>Bryan Talbot; Recognition <a>Jacen Burrows

   #3 Leviticus-Chapter 20 <a>Hunt Emerson; I Keep Coming Back

   <a>Oscar Zarate; Me and Dorothy Parker <a>Marat Mychaels

   [Avatar Press]{9/03-11/03})

   HC collects 1-3

   TPB collects 1-3

10/03  Smax #1-5  (Mini-series featuring “Smax” from Top Ten <a>Zander

         Cannon [America’s Best Comics]{10/03-5/04})

         TPB collects 1-5

         HC collects 1-5

10/03  The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide To Eccentric & Discredited

   Diseases  (Anthology includes an entry by Moore entitled

   Fuseli’s Disease [Night Shade Books])

10/03  Voice Of The Fire  (U.S. HC edition.  Illustrations by Jose

         Villarrubia [Top Shelf Productions])

12/03  America’s Best Comics  (TPB collects the America’s Best Comics

   64-Page Giant #1, The ABC Sketchbook, and The Many Worlds of

   Tesla Strong [America’s Best Comics])

 1/04  Alan Moore’s The Courtyard Companion  (Includes Moore’s original

         script, annotations, and a new essay [Avatar Press])

 3/04  Alan Moore’s Hypothetical Lizard Preview  (Adapted by Antony

   Johnston <a>Lorenzo Lorente [Avatar Press])

 5/04  The Mirror of Love  (Illustrated edition of Moore’s poem <a>Jose

         Villarrubia [Top Shelf])

 5/04  Technical Vocabularies: Games For May  (Limited edition (101

         copies) 24-hour mini of poetic verse written by Moore and Steve

         Moore.  8 pages [Somnium Press])

 8/04  A1: Big Issue #0  (Includes BoJeffries Saga reprint material

         <a>Steve Parkhouse [Atomeka])

11/04  A1 Sketchbook  (Includes one page of script and one page of

         lettered art for a new “Warpsmiths” story preview <a>Garry Leach

         [Atomeka])

 1/05  Alan Moore’s Hypothetical Lizard #1-4  (Mini-series adaptation by

         Antony Johnston <a>Lorenzo Lorente [Avatar Press]{1/05-5/06})

         HC collects 1-4

         TPB collects 1-4

 4/05  Vertigo: First Taste  (TPB includes a reprint of Saga of The Swamp

         Thing #21 [DC])

 5/05  Albion Ashcan Edition #1  (Limited edition (500 copies) black and

         white ashcan produced for the 2005 Bristol Comics convention

         [Wildstorm/DC])

 6/05  The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol.2): The Absolute

         Edition  (Deluxe slipcased edition that contains two oversized

         hardcovers: the first book reprints the original series, and

         the second contains Moore’s scripts and new illustrations

         <a>Kevin O’Neill  [America’s Best Comics])

 8/05  Albion #1-6  (Mini-series plotted by Moore <w>Leah Moore/John

         Reppion <a>Shane Oakley/George Freeman [DC]{8/05-7/06})

         TPB collects 1-6

 8/05  Top 10: The Forty-Niners  (HC <a>Gene Ha [America’s Best Comics])

10/05  V For Vendetta  (HC edition includes 8 additional pages of art and

         sketches <a>David Lloyd [DC])

10/05  Watchmen: The Absolute Edition  (Deluxe slipcased oversized HC

         edition.  It includes 48 pages of additional material previously

         published only in the Graphitti Designs limited hardcover

         <a>Dave Gibbons [DC])

12/05  Alan Moore Spells It Out  (TPB interview with Moore edited by Bill

         Baker [Airwave Publishing] Note: 6” x 8” format)

12/05  Mister Monster: Who Watches The Garbagemen?  (Collection of

         stories includes a reprint of Moore’s story The Riddle of the

         Recalcitrant Refuse <a>Michael T. Gilbert [Atomeka])

12/05  A1 Presents: The BoJeffries Terror Tomes #1-2  (Anthology includes

         a BoJeffries story <a>Steve Parkhouse [Atomeka]{12/05-   })

 1/06  Tomorrow Stories Special #1-2  (<a>various [America’s Best

         Comics]{1/06-5/06})

 1/06  DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore  (Expanded HC and TPB

         collection of Moore’s miscellaneous DC universe stories.  Like

   the previous edition, it includes the stories from Superman

   Annual #11, DC Comics Presents #85, Batman Annual #11, Detective

   Comics #549-550, Secret Origins #10, Vigilante #17-18, Omega Men

   #26-27, Green Lantern #188, Green Lantern Corps Annuals #2-3

   with the addition of Batman: The Killing Joke, Action Comics

   #584, and Superman #423 [DC])

 2/06  A Disease of Language  (HC collection of The Birth Caul, Snakes &

   Ladders, and the Moore interview from Egomania magazine

   [Knockabout Comics])

 5/06  Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks  (TPB collection of Moore’s

   2000 A.D. short stories.  It collects all of his self-contained

   short stories with the exception of Killer in the Cab and The

   Dating Game [Rebellion])

 5/06  2000 A.D. Extreme Edition #15  (Includes reprints of Rogue
         Trooper: Pray for War <a>Brett Ewins and Rogue Trooper: First of
         the Few <a>Jesus Redondo [Rebellion])

 8/06  Lost Girls  (Oversized slipcased 3-volume HC set of the finally

         completed story <a>Melinda Gebbie [Top Shelf])

         HC Lost Girls (Single Volume edition) is also available

 4/07  Shiny Beasts  (TPB anthology of Rick Veitch’s works includes a

   full-color reprint of Love Doesn’t Last Forever <a>Rick Veitch

   [King Hell Press])

 5/07  Alan Moore: Wild Worlds  (TPB collection of Moore’s miscellaneous

         Wildstorm stories Spawn/WildC.A.T.s #1-4, Voodoo #1-4,

         Deathblow: By Blows #1-3, and Wildstorm Spotlight Featuring

         Majestic #1 [DC/Wildstorm])

11/07  The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier  (HC <a>Kevin

         O’Neill [DC])

         TPB TLOEG: Black Dossier

12/07  Alphabets of Desire  (11x17 print of Moore’s exploration of

         language lettered and designed by Todd Klein [kleinletters.com])

 3/08  Batman: The Killing Joke (The Deluxe Edition) (HC oversized

         edition <a>Brian Bolland [DC])

 6/08  Heartburst and Other Pleasures  (TPB collection includes a reprint

   of the short story The Mirror of Love <a>Rick Veitch/Stephen

   Bissette [King Hell])

 8/08  The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier – The

    Absolute Edition  (Deluxe slipcased HC edition [DC])

 9/08  America’s Best Comics Primer  (TPB collects Tom Strong #1,

         Promethea #1, Top 10 #1, Tomorrow Stories #1, and Tom Strong’s

         Terrific Tales #1 <a>various [America’s Best Comics])

11/08  The Complete Ro-Busters (Collection of the 2000AD series includes

   the three Moore-penned short stories Ro-Busters: Bax The Burner

   <a>Steve Dillon, Ro-Busters: Old Red Eyes Is Back <a>Bryan

   Talbot, and Ro-Busters: Stormeagles Are Go! <a>Joe Eckers

   [Rebellion])

 2/09  Diamond Previews catalog #245  (Includes a 3-page preview of TLOEG

         (Vol.3) [Diamond Distribution])

 3/09  Alan Moore’s Light Of Thy Countenance  (Adaptation by Antony

         Johnston <a>Felipe Massafera [Avatar Press])

 5/09  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol.3): Century: 1910

   <a>Kevin O’Neill [Top Shelf/Knockabout])

 5/09  After Watchmen… What’s Next?: Saga of the Swamp Thing #21 Special

   Edition  ($1.00 introductory reprint <a>Steve Bissette, Rick

   Veitch, John Totleben [DC])

 7/09  Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?  (Deluxe

   edition HC collection reprints Superman #423, Action Comics

   #583, Superman Annual #11,and DC Comics Presents #85 [DC])

 7/09  Captain Britain Omnibus  (HC collection includes the complete

         Captain Britain: Jaspers Warp serial and Moore’s essay A Short

   History of Britain [Marvel])

 9/09  Absolute V For Vendetta  (Deluxe slipcased oversized HC edition

   <a>David Lloyd [DC])

 9/09  Absolute Promethea: Vol.1-3  (Deluxe slipcased oversized HC

   editions collect 1-32 <a>John H Williams III [DC]{10/09-12/11})

10/09  25,000 Years of Erotic Freedom  (Treatise on the relationship

   between culture and erotic art [Abrams])

11/09  Dodgem Logic #1-8  (Self-published fanzine <a>various [Alan

   Moore/Knockabout]{11/09-5/11})

12/09  Alan Moore’s Neonomicon Hornbook  (Preview book <a>Jacen Burrows

   [Avatar Press])

 7/10  Alan Moore’s Neonomicon #1-4  (Mini-series <a>Jacen Burrows

         [Avatar Press]{7/10-2/11})

         HC Neonomicon collects 1-4 and The Courtyard

         TPB Neonomicon collects 1-4 and The Courtyard

10/10  Fossil Angels  (Previously unpublished treatise on magic, posted

   on line with Moore’s permission by Pádraig Ó Méalóid.  It can be

   found here at http://glycon.livejournal.com/13888.html)

 7/11  Green Lantern Super Spectacular #1  (Includes a reprint of Tygers

   <a>Kevin O’Neill [DC]

 7/11  The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities  (HC anthology

         includes an entry by Moore Objects Discovered In A Novel Under

   Construction [Harper Voyager/HarperCollins])

 8/11  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol.3): Century: 1969

   <a>Kevin O’Neill [Top Shelf/Knockabout])

 5/12  Supreme #63  (<a>Erik Larsen/Cory Hamscher [Image Comics] Note:

   Moore’s final issue of “Supreme”, continued from Supreme: The

   Return #6 last published in June 2000)

 6/12  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Vol.3): Century: 2009

   <a>Kevin O’Neill [Top Shelf/Knockabout])

 8/12  Fashion Beast #1-10  (Maxi-series adaptation by Antony Johnston of

   the play Moore originally co-wrote with Malcolm McLaren

   <a>Facundo Percio [Avatar Press]{8/12-5/13})

   HC collects 1-10

   TPB collects 1-10

 2/13  Nemo: Heart of Ice  (HC League of Extraordinary Gentlemen related

         one-shot <a>Kevin O’Neill [Top Shelf/Knockabout])

 3/13  Unearthing  (Novel [Top Shelf/Knockabout])

 5/13  Occupy Comics #1-3  (Serialized essay Buster Brown at the

   Barricades [Black Mask]{5/13-7/13})

 3/14  Miracleman #1-4  (Reprinting of the original series.  Moore is

   credited by his request only as “The Original Writer” [Marvel]

   {3/14-6/14})

         HC Miracleman Book 1: A Dream of Flying collects 1-4

 

 

 

 

Upcoming:        

     

     

      Kitchen Sink Press: The First 25 Years  (TPB [Kitchen Sink Press])

The Bojeffries Saga  (Updated TPB collection includes 24 pages of

   new material [Top Shelf])

Nemo: The Roses of Berlin  (HC League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

   related one-shot <a>Kevin O’Neill [Top Shelf/Knockabout])

 

 

 

 

 

Related Books:

12/01  Greyshirt: Indigo Sunset #1-6  (Mini-series <w>Rick Veitch

         <a>various [America’s Best Comics]{12/01-8/02})

         TPB collects 1-6

12/01  The ABC Sketchbook  (<a>various [America’s Best Comics])

12/01  The Pocket Essential: Alan Moore  (Paperback book featuring an

         examination by Lance Parkin of Moore’s career and his creative

         output.  It also includes a detailed bibliography.  [Pocket

         Essentials])

 9/02  Alan Moore: Argumentos  (A retrospective of Moore’s career

         produced by the Centro Nacional De Banda Desenhada E Imagem in

         Amadora, Portugal.  The museum’s 2002 exposition of illustrated

         art featured a special exhibit dedicated to Moore’s works.  This

         book also served as the exhibit catalogue.  9½”x10½” format.

         Portuguese/English.  [CNBDI/Editora Devir])

 5/03  Alan Moore: Portrait of an Extraordinary Gentleman  (Tribute book

         <a>various [Abiogenisis Press])

 6/03  Heroes & Monsters: The Unofficial Companion to The League Of

   Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 1  (Written by Jess Nevins, it

   includes interviews, essays, commentary, and Nevin’s extremely

   detailed annotations for the first LOEG series [MonkeyBrain

   Books])

 6/03  Comic Book Artist #25  (Alan Moore-focused issue edited by Jon B.

         Cooke; it includes interviews and artwork [TwoMorrows])

 7/03  The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen paperback book (Movie

   adaptation by K.J. Anderson based on the screenplay by James

         Robinson [Pocket Star])

 3/04  Nightjar #1-4  (Mini-series based on one of Moore’s uncompleted

         stories <w>Antony Johnston <a>Max Fiumara [Avatar Press]{3/04-

         5/05 })

 7/04  Nightjar: Hollow Bones #1  (One-shot <w>Antony Johnston <a>Max

         Fiumara [Avatar Press])

10/04  Terra Obscura (Vol.2) #1-6  (<co-w>Peter Hogan <a>Yanick Paquette

         [DC]{10/04-5/05})

         TPB collects 1-6

         TPB Terra Obscura: S.M.A.S.H. of Two Worlds collects Vol.1 and 2

10/04  A Blazing World: The Unofficial Companion to The League Of

   Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 2  (Written by Jess Nevins, it

   includes interviews, essays, commentary, and Nevin’s extremely

   detailed annotations for the second LOEG series [MonkeyBrain

   Books])

 1/05  Wild Girl #1-6  (Mini-series <w>Leah Moore/John Reppion <a>Shawn

         Mcmanus/J.H. Williams III [DC]{1/05-6/05})

 7/05  Promethea Covers Special #W  (Collection of all the Promethea

         covers <a>J.H. Williams III [DC])

10/05  Top 10: Beyond The Farthest Precinct #1-5  (Mini-series <w>Paul

         DiFilippo <a>Jerry Ordway {10/05-2/06}[DC])

11/05  ABC A-Z: Tom Strong & Jack B. Quick  (<w>Peter Hogan <a>Kevin

         Nowlan/Chris Sprouse [America’s Best Comics])

 1/06  ABC A-Z: Greyshirt & Cobweb  (<w>Steve Moore/Peter Hogan

   <a>Melinda Gebbie/Rick Veitch [America’s Best Comics])

 1/06  V For Vendetta (Movie Adaptation)  (Steve Moore’s novelization

   based on the screenplay by the Wachowski brothers [Pocket Star

   Books])

 3/06  ABC A-Z: Terra Obscura & Splash Brannigan  (<w>Peter Hogan

   <a>Yanick Paquette/Hilary Barta [America’s Best Comics])

 7/06  ABC A-Z: Top 10 & Teams (<w>Peter Hogan/Steve Moore <a>Zander

         Cannon/Gene Ha/Rick Veitch [America’s Best Comics])

 2/07  Alan Moore’s Exit Interview  (TPB interview by Bill Baker [Airwave

         Publishing])

 9/07  Alan Moore: On His Work and Career  (HC collection of interviews

         by Bill Baker [Rosen Publishing Group])

10/08  Watching the Watchmen  (Art and background information from Dave

         Gibbons on the development of The Watchmen [Titan Publishing])

12/08  Top 10: Season Two #1-4  (Mini-series <w>Zander Cannon <a>Gene Ha

          [DC]{12/08-3/09})

 2/09  Watchmen: The Art of the Film  ([Titan Books])

 2/09  Watchmen: The Film Companion  ([Titan Books])

 3/09  Alan Moore: Comics as Performance, Fiction as Scalpel  (Literary

          analysis of Moore’s works <w>Annalisa DiLiddo [University Press

         of Mississippi])

 2/09  Watchmen: Portraits  ([Titan Books])

 5/09  Top 10 Special #1  (One-shot <w>Zander Cannon/Kevin Cannon

         <a>Daxiong (Jingxiong Guo)[DC])

 8/10  Tom Strong and the Robots of Doom #1-6  (Mini-series <w>Peter

         Hogan <a>Chris Sprouse [DC]{8/10-1/11})

         TPB collects 1-6

 7/11  Alan Moore: Storyteller  (HC survey of Moore’s works <w>Gary

         Spencer Millidge [Universe])

 9/11  Alan Moore: Conversations  (Collects 10 interviews with Moore.

         Edited by Eric L. Berlatsky [University Press of Mississippi])

 2/12  Sexual Ideology in the Works of Alan Moore  (Collection of essays

         by Todd A. Comer on Moore’s various ideologies [McFarland])

 5/13  The From Hell Companion  (Edited by Eddie Campbell.  Includes

         scripts, notes, etc. [Top Shelf/Knockabout])

 9/13  Tom Strong & The Planet of Peril #1-6  (Mini-series <w>Peter Hogan

         <a>Chris Sprouse/Karl Story [DC]{9/13-2/14})

12/13  Magic Words: The Extraordinary Life of Alan Moore  (<w>Lance

         Parkin [Aurum Press Ltd])

 

 

 

 

Upcoming:

 

        

 

 

   

 

       

 

 

NOTE:  Cover and pin-up artwork is not included in this listing.

 

      

     

 

 

 

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