League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Hit-Girl, and Anthony Bourdain's dystopian graphic novel hit comic shops this week

There are a ton of new bizarre reads on the spinner racks this Wednesday. First off, Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill release the final chapter of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century, 2009, which includes a guest appearance by a certain magical British adolescent: »6/26/12 11:30am6/26/12 11:30am

The 10 Most Epic Last Stands in Science Fiction and Fantasy

If you're a fictional character, death can arrive rather swiftly and creatively. It's your job to go out like an absolute champ so that non-fictional readers and audiences remember your passing and holler your praises on the internet. Here are ten times science fiction and fantasy heroes lost their lives with panache. »6/06/12 3:15pm6/06/12 3:15pm

Alan Moore announces new League of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic, featuring the Mountains of Madness

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… »2/06/12 12:10pm2/06/12 12:10pm

The new League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is a magical mystery tour through Alan Moore's head

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century - 1969 sees Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's Britannic literary superteam in Love Generation London, where Aleister Crowley analogue Oliver Haddo conspires with Terner Purple, a thinly veiled reference to Mick Jagger's role in the rock-and-roll drama Performance. »7/30/11 6:10pm7/30/11 6:10pm

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen + 30 Rock = the strangest painting Alex Ross has ever done

We're used to seeing Alex Ross' hyper-realistic style being applied to such straight-faced comic projects as Kingdom Come and Marvels, so it's a bit of a mindblower seeing him mash up the cast of 30 Rock with The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. And given that this painting has Judah Friedlander as a Martian, this… »7/21/11 9:45am7/21/11 9:45am

What The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Movie Could Have Been

The film version of Alan Moore's graphic novel The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is probably the worst movie adaptation of all time. It failed to capture the spirit of the graphic novel, didn't stay true to the characters, and devolved into just another vehicle for Sean Connery. But take heart. Check out this… »2/26/08 6:30pm2/26/08 6:30pm