I sometimes think that Black Dossier is the most rewarding, the richest, of all the volumes of the League. Much like the chrono-crystal aleph that Allan Quatermain finds himself stranded on in Allan and the Sundered Veil, it allows us to see glimpses of the League s history, intriguing insights into stories perhaps remaining to be told. -- Forbidden Planet International
The comics industry, without hyperbole, is living this situation whenever Moore releases a new comic, and that, simply put, is why it s such a big deal for comic fans. He s our Shakespeare....Ultimately, the Black Dossier lives up to the reputation of previous League stories, and justifies the long, long wait since the previous one. -- James Hunt -Den of Geek
Everything here is a cut-and-paste collage of previously published fiction, and half the fun is spotting the references...What is utterly mind-boggling is not only Uncle Alan s breadth and depth of cultural knowledge, but the ingenuity with which he s reweaved his unpicked threads into a brand new tapestry which holds so well together. -- Page 45
ALAN MOORE acclaimed English graphic novel author of works such as Watchmen and V for Vendetta. Having his start in the British underground comics scene to quickly rise to becoming regarded as a Shakespeare of graphic novels. Known for hidden pop culture and literary references in his writing, showing the rich amount of research that goes into everyone of his pieces.
KEVIN O'NEILL a comics illustrator best know for his work on The League of Extrodinary Gentleman series. Starting in the comics industry at the ripe age of 16, and quickly rising to a position at 2000 AD. Now a freelance comic artist, having done not only work with Alan Moore, but work with Pat Mills on Marshall Law.
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Description du livre Knockabout Comics, 2012. Hardcover. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 0861661761