Volume One last edited by gravenraven on 05/24/23 07:31AM View full history

    Ladies and Gentlemen, the hour is at hand, the object of your desire has arrived! The award-winning series by Moore and O'Neill is available in a handsome softcover edition. Thrill to the immortal adventures of Mina Harker, Allan Quatermain, Captain Nemo, the Invisible Man, Dr. Jekyll, and last but not least...Mr. Hyde. This marvelous band of adventurers is recruited by the Empire in her hour of need, to discover the secret of White Chapel...and the nefarious plans the sinister Doctor has for it.



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    Long live Public Domain! 0

    Alan Moore's League series was in the talks for years.  Originally set as Simon Bisley do illustrate the series when it called "League of Extraordinary Gentlefolk", with its hiatus, Kevin O'Neill came with the name change.  This is Kevin O'Neill's greatest work to fate.  He changed his art style for this book.  Know for his strong line work, this book is quite smoother then anything he has ever done.  Great Job on him.  This is a series Alan Moore fans were waiting for for years.   He delivers a...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Oh, good - no Tom Sawyer 0

    I'm not really one of the "Since it's Alan Moore, it must be 5-stars always!" sorts of people. I prefer to critique based on the merit of the artifact in question, not its source. Hopefully this is true of my grading skills in class (especially). When Alan Moore does really great work, like in V for Vendetta or Watchmen, I'm right there, telling people "go read this." I'm not a die-hard Alan Moore fan, but when the opportunity to borrow some things I hadn't yet read from the library arose, natur...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Just Wish It Were Longer 0

    Entirely separately from my recent reintroduction into the traditional comic world, I’ve been into graphic novels, as you’ve probably read on this blog.  An article I read on Cracked brought The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (LoEG) back into my consciousness and then I read the [non-comic] books The Map of Time and Dracula.  So I was primed for another story that takes its literary cues from the Victorian Age.  The only other Moore books I’d read are Watchmen and The Killing Joke.  I enjoyed...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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