Item description for Impossible Territories: An Unofficial Companion to The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Jess Nevins, Alan Moore, Kevin O'Neill, Shiv Ganesh, Glasshouse Graphics , William Link & Sylvia Yount...
Overview A follow-up to Heroes & Monsters and A Blazing World features panel-by-panel annotations, exclusive interviews, and commentary by award-winning creators Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, in a companion to the popular book that offers detailed fan insight into its themes and relevance. Original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 0.58 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2008
Publisher MonkeyBrain Books
ISBN 1932265244 ISBN13 9781932265248
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More About Jess Nevins, Alan Moore, Kevin O'Neill, Shiv Ganesh, Glasshouse Graphics , William Link & Sylvia Yount
Reviews - What do customers think about Impossible Territories: An Unofficial Companion to The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen?
Volume Three is NOT the Charm Sep 2, 2008
It's kind of a bummer because I enjoyed the first two books so much but this one doesn't cut it. First off, the author makes a lot of mistakes in the notes, and you have to pay attention because after telling you that the story means one thing, the artist shows up and tells you that that is not what it meant. Then to make matters worse the artist refers to obscure comics that no one has seen in 50 years to cite his visual references. Finally the book ends with a twenty five page interview with a completely drugged out Alan Moore wherein he has an ax to grind with everyone he ever met. It seems he has become convinced that mushrooms can cure cancer and that the world is out to get him.
The Black Dossier was okay, a mediocre story with great art. This book is less than okay with no art. A skipper really.
Continuing the series of excellent companions to The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Aug 26, 2008
If you're on this page, it's most likely that you're a fan of Alan Moore's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. If so, and especially if you're a fan of the details, then these guidebooks are a godsend. I've been waiting for this one for quite some time, and it just arrived a few days ago. Been reading it with the Black Dossier in hand. Just brilliant in my opinion.