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Jun. 24th, 2012 | 07:01 pm

This is Pádraig Ó Méalóid/slovobooks's Alan Moore obsession journal! It started out as something else, but has become an archive of out-of-print work and general ephemera relating to Alan Moore.

Everything you need to know about Glycon, as written by Steve 'No Relation' Moore for the Fortean Times.

Index of Contents

Previously Unseen Work by Alan Moore:

  • Fossil Angels - Part One - Part Two
  • Big Numbers #3

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    Out Of Print Work by Alan Moore:

  • St Pancras Panda Back Street Bugle (Pauper Press, 1978-1979)
  • Scant Applause Frantic Winter Special (Marvel UK, 1979)
  • Southern Comfort 2000 AD Sci-Fi Special 1981 (IPC/Fleetway, August 1981)
  • Two Pieces BJ and the Bear Annual 1982 (Grandreams, 1981)
  • Not the World Cup Not the World Cup: The Official Souvenir Brochure (Marvel Comics UK, 1982)
  • C.B.? - That's a Big Ten-Four Dukes of Hazzard Annual 1983 (Grandreams, 1982)
  • Invisible Girls and Phantom Ladies - The Daredevils #4 - #6 (Marvel UK, April - June 1983)
  • This is the Place DC Sampler #2 (DC Comics, September 1984), and a related piece from Blue Devil #4, same cover-date
  • Captain Airstrip One Mad Dog #10 (Oddmags, 1986)
  • A True Story Myra #8 (Myra Hancock, 1986)
  • In Pictopia! Anything Goes! #2 (The Comics Journal, August 1986)
  • Driller Penis Corpsemeat 2 (Sympathetic Press, 1989)
  • The Bowing Machine RAW Vol. 2 No. 3 (Penguin Books, 1991)
  • The Murders on the Rue Morgue Negative Burn #13 (Caliber Press, US, July 1994)
  • Outbreaks of Violets created for the MTV Europe Music Awards 1995
  • Hungry is the Heart Meatcake #9 (Fantagraphics Books, April 1999)
  • The Serpent and the Sword Tales of Midnight, Kosovo Refugee Special (Blue Silver Entertainment, October 1999)
  • Technical Vocabularies - Games for May with Steve Moore (Somnium Press, Mayday 2004)

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  • Christmas on Depravity Sounds, 26th December, 1981
  • The Bride of Pressbutton Sounds, 25th December, 1982


    Text from Spoken Word Performances and CDs by Alan Moore:

  • The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels (1996)
  • The Highbury Working (2000)
  • Angel Passage (2001)

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    Artwork by Alan Moore:

  • Turvey is Innocent Benefit Poster, August 1986
  • From Hell Major Arcana Taboo #2 to #4 (SpiderBaby Grafix & Publications, 1989 - 1990)
  • Bob Wachsman Tummler American Splendor #15 (Harvey Pekar, 1990)

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    Articles by Me about Alan Moore and His Work:

  • Review of The Highbury Working: A Beat Séance The Alien Online (April 2002)
  • Alan Moore Quits Comics (Again!) The Alien Online (May 2003)
  • Scenes from the Life of the Master The Alien Online (November 2003)
  • Review of V for Vendetta Emerald City (April 2006)
  • Alan Moore’s Songbook Glycon (June 2007)
  • Alan Moore CD Covers Glycon (October 2008)
  • Forthcoming Work by Moore for 2009 Glycon (December 2008)
  • Forthcoming Work by Alan Moore for 2010 Glycon (May 2010)

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  • Interview Inside Image #2, (Image Comics, April 1993)

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    Miscellanea and Oddities:

  • From the Writers Viewpoint Society of Strip Illustration Newsletter, May 1981
  • Alan Moore - Demi-God or Genius? A 15-year-old Warren Ellis being effusive in a Letter of Comment to Warrior #14, November 1983
  • DC Releases #11 (DC Comics, April 1985)
  • UKCAC '85 poster, 1985
  • Swamp Thing Death Certificate (DC Comics, 1986)
  • Covers for Fashion Beast Script by Bill Sienkiewicz, 1988
  • A Dream of Rorschach The Question #17 (DC Comics, June 1988)
  • Make your own V for Vendetta Mask, promotional material from Titan Books, 1990
  • From Hell #1 Press Release (Mad Love, 1991)
  • Voice of the Fire Chapter Header Illustrations by Cliff Harper (Victor Gollancz, 1996)
  • Highbury Working poster for original performance, 20 November 1997
  • The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels Kaos #14, July 22 2002
  • Outside Mind The Comic Festival Charity Deck of Cards Volume 2, 2003. Art by Gary Spencer Millidge
  • Heroes & Villains Wordsearch from Puzzle Annual Christmas Special 2007
  • Watching the Watchmen Promo Brochure (Titan Books, 2008)
  • Joseph Bazalgette's Bronze Head as mentioned in The Highbury Working: A Beat Séance Track 2: A Skeleton Horse, London, June 2008

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    Guest Articles:

  • The Unpublished Moore by Michael Norwitz

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    All contents remain the property of the copyright owners and/or creators, and are only used here for reasons of scholarly research. Honest, guv!


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    Comments {3}

    Teikasaurus Howl

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    from: saikoutron
    date: Jun. 25th, 2012 05:50 am (UTC)

    Wonderful stuff! You've more than enriched the Moore online content - you're curator and archaeologist!

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    from: gwydion_writes
    date: Jun. 26th, 2012 01:41 am (UTC)

    Thanks so much for the list! This is enormously helpful to me. I think I'll wallpaper my study with it.

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    Sean Richardson

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    from: Sean Richardson
    date: Jul. 16th, 2013 02:47 pm (UTC)

    Hey, if anybody is looking for the Alan Moore story "Monster", published in 'Scream' magazine in March of 1984 and later reprinted in '666: The Mark of the Beast',
    I just found a website which reprints the entirety of the 'Scream' run; the link to the issue with Moore's story is:

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