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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol. I and II review Ù 109 ð Comics supremo Alan Moore's return to the group of classic heroes and villains he created in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is now available in a feature packed two volume oversized slipcased hardback set containing all six issues Alan Moore's Comics supremo Alan Moore's return to the group of classic heroes and villains he created in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is now available in a feature packed two volume oversized slipcased hardback set containing all six issues. Mostly enjoyable but my attitude at the end was along the lines of Gah finally done It was good at first a fun little romp around Victorian literature for me I liked guessing which bookperson was being referenced before they were introduced But the jokes got dry after the dozenth repeat 'haha Victorians were so racistsexistprudish' is good maybe twice Not to mention the omnibus had these interminably long prose sections which were okay but in tiny print and kept with the stilted Victorian writing It completely broke up the flow of the novel and didn't add much to my enjoymentWish I liked it better

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Alan Moore's scripts uncollected to date and unseen Kevin O'Neill artwork When alien invaders find they no longer have use for Mars they set their many eyes upon a new blue green prize Earth Soon giant cylinders are falling across the pla. The movie wasn't bad on its own merits The gruff voice of Edward Hyde certainly carries over to the pages Even better the source material was collected for a re issue to be re discovered re read ad infinitumWhile the crossing of the League universe with HG Wells' War of the Worlds is unuestionably satisfying than a seuel to the death of Sherlock Holmes both cycles carry the same bleakly realistic theme the expert agents in the field fall victim to political intrigue Sometimes I wonder what other motivation lay behind the composition of the League Mina nor uartermain contribute in the way of superpowersNevertheless they deserve the leisurely reading pace of literature Every panel is an artwork with little stories of Victorian decay in the background The sheer volume of dialogue could fill a Boys' Own story such as connects volume I II The eye needs two tours to take it all in

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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol I and IINet unleashing an invasion force of unstoppable tripodal nightmares Also included is an almanac of fantastic places that spans the entire globe as well as special supplemental material not found in the original comics Warning Adult conten. Amazing concept heavily cliched followthrough Died for Allan Mina's creeptastic thing but was never fully drawn in to the world as I usually am with Moore's work Overall this read like sketches of something with great potential