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Alan Moore interview
(Fanzine).

Interview with Alan Moore.

 

Alan Alan Moore's Hypothetical Lizard #3 & 4
(Comic) Avatar Press. Written by Alan Moore.

Final two issues of the 4-issue miniseries.


Albion #4
(Comic) WildStorm Productions. Plotted by Alan Moore; written by Leah Moore & John Reppion; art by Shane Oakley & George Freeman; cover by Dave Gibbons.

Penny is determined to rescue her father, and her new allies are almost convinced that it's worth the risk. After all, if the government kept the old comics folk around, surely there's one heck of a weapons cache to be found, too. But will the prisoners of The Castle be waiting when their small band arrives? 160 pages. Miniseries (4 of 6). $2.99

Release date: TBD

 

Albion #5
(Comic) WildStorm Productions. Plotted by Alan Moore; written by Leah Moore & John Reppion; art by Shane Oakley & George Freeman; cover by Dave Gibbons

Our heroes (or are they?) have made it to the Castle. Inside, the Brain is still predicting disaster...and when Robot Archie attacks, he's proved right! But where are Penny, Danny and Charlie Love? Could there be more trouble than even the Brain is expecting? 32 pages. Miniseries (5 of 6). $2.99

Release date: TBD

 

Albion #6
(Comic) WildStorm Productions. Plotted by Alan Moore; written by Leah Moore & John Reppion; art by Shane Oakley & George Freeman; cover by Dave Gibbons

This is it — the final thrilling chapter of Albion, as only Alan Moore could conceive it! Robot Archie, Penny, Danny, and Charlie release most of the inmates in the armory. But all Hell breaks loose when the prison guards must release their horrible secret weapon: Captain Hurricane! 32 pages. Miniseries (5 of 6). $2.99

Release date: January 25, 2006

 

Arthur Magazine
(Fanzine).

Article by Alan Moore.

 

Avatar Press project
(Comic) Avatar Press. Written by Alan Moore.

An unamed graphic novel

 

Jerusalem
(Book) Publisher unknown. Written by Alan Moore.

Follow up to Alan Moore's recently reprinted "Voice of the Fire" novel.

 

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 3
(Comic) Possibly published by Top Shelf Publishing. Written by Alan Moore; art by Kevin O'Neil.

The third volume of the popular series.

 

Lost Girls
(Graphic Novel) Top Shelf Publishing. Written by Alan Moore; art by Melinde Gebbie.

 

Swampmen
(Magazine).

 

Tim Perkins project
(CD).

 

V for Vendetta film
(Film) Warner Bros. Written & produced by Andy and Larry Wachowski; directed by James McTeigue.

Feature film version of Alan Moore and David Lloyd's graphic novel V for Vendetta. The film stars Hugo Weaving (V) and Natalie Portman (Evey Hammond).

Note: Alan Moore has no direct involvement with this film.

Official site: http://vforvendetta.warnerbros.com/.


Watchmen film
(Film).

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