Over the weekend, Alan Moore engaged in a 2.5-hour webchat as a fundraiser for Cleveland's Harvey Pekar Library Statue. During this frank conversation, the Bearded Master addressed questions about his feud with Grant Morrison (short answer: there isn't one), why he wrote Neonomicon ("Because I had a massive, massive…
Marvel Comics starts a new miniseries about heroes hammering down. Alan Moore collects his H.P. Lovecraft tales. Captain Kirk meets Brainiac 5, plus new issues of Batman and Wonder Woman. It's Comics We Crave, flossing your brainpan on a Tuesday morning.
In your friendly neighborhood comic shop this week, the Fantastic Four rebrand themselves and Alan Moore concludes his psychosexual Lovecraft tale — in short, comicdom's first family and the diametric opposite of good, clean family fun. Read on!
What screams holiday cheer more than Alan Moore penning Lovecraftian horror? Only a dozen shoggoths, writhing in a riptide of egg nog, intoxicated by their own tumescence. It's comic book Wednesday. Dig it.
Wednesday, October 7, is a big day at your comic shop. Marvel unleashes a tsunami of autumn releases (including Tron Betrayal and Deadpool MAX), a Joss Whedon-penned Buffy hits, and the second issue of Alan Moore's Cthulhu comic is out.
Comic-Con 2010 is chock full of limited edition toys, comics, and collectibles that are available in ridiculously small amounts. Here are 25 gee-whiz exclusives you may want to check out before they're pillaged by the fan horde.
Alan Moore's H.P. Lovecraft-inspired comic series Neonomicon is set to debut later this year, but series artist Jacen Burrows recently dropped some knowledge on the cyclopean horror that readers can expect.