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Supreme de Alan Moore (Vol.2): El retorno  Comics

Posted by Coda at Sept. 29, 2016
Supreme de Alan Moore (Vol.2): El retorno

Supreme de Alan Moore (Vol.2): El retorno
DC, 2011 | Spanish | CBR | 313 págs. | 396 MB
Guión: Alan Moore; Dibujo: Chris Sprouse, Alex Ross, Rick Veitch

Supreme de Alan Moore (Vol.1): La historia del año  Comics

Posted by Coda at Sept. 29, 2016
Supreme de Alan Moore (Vol.1): La historia del año

Supreme de Alan Moore (Vol.1): La historia del año
DC, 2011 | Spanish | CBR | 320 págs. | 411 MB
Guión: Alan Moore; Dibujo: Chris Sprouse, Alex Ross, Rick Veitch

Información proporcionada por la editorial: Superman según Alan Moore, el mejor guionista de cómics de la historia. A mediados de los noventa, Moore estaba enfrascado en proyectos minoritarios, como From Hell y Lost Girls, y veía como los cómics de superhéroes habían adoptado unilateralmente la visión irónica y violenta que él había contribuido a popularizar con Watchmen o Miracleman. Tenía la necesidad de recuperar el espíritu clásico de las historietas de los años cuarenta y cincuenta, la Edad Dorada del cómic estadounidense, y surgió una ocasión inmejorable: Rob Liefeld, el creador de Supreme, una imitación oscura de Superman, le ofreció el guión del personaje. Moore aceptó con una sola condición: libertad creativa total. Evidentemente, se la dieron.

La Cosa del Pantano de Alan Moore núm.1 (de 6)  Comics

Posted by Coda at April 13, 2016
La Cosa del Pantano de Alan Moore núm.1 (de 6)

La Cosa del Pantano de Alan Moore núm.1 (de 6)
ECC Ediciones, 2014 | Spanish | CBR | 202 pages | 299 MB
Guión: Alan Moore; Dibujo: Dan Day, John Totleben, Rick Veitch, Stephen Bissette

Texto de la editorial: Alan Moore, guionista de Watchmen y V de vendetta, revolucionó el mundo del cómic en 1983 con La Cosa del Pantano. Con la inestimable ayuda de los artistas Stephen Bissette y John Totleben, tomó el testigo de un personaje en vías de extinción y lo convirtió en un referente del universo particular de DC Comics. Y lo logró sin renunciar al tono de misterio establecido por sus creadores que él convirtió en una de las mejores obras de suspense y terror de todos los tiempos.

Alan Moore's The Courtyard (2009, color edition)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 8, 2016
Alan Moore's The Courtyard (2009, color edition)

Alan Moore's The Courtyard (2009, color edition)
English | CBR | 55 pages | 84.27 MB

Alan Moore's haunting masterpiece, The Courtyard, is available in color for the first time! The most celebrated writer in the industry, Alan Moore, teams up with brilliant artist Jacen Burrows, to unleash this timeless tale of Lovecraftian psychological horror. FBI man Aldo Sax has an amazing service record with the FBI. His legendary skills at piecing together the most baffling of cases has gotten him assigned to what may be his most confusing case yet. Several murders - no, more like lethal dismemberments - from the most unlikely of suspects just don't addd up. And what few leads there are, all point to The Courtyard.

Alan Moore's Another Suburban Romance (2014) (1st color printing)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 19, 2015
Alan Moore's Another Suburban Romance (2014) (1st color printing)

Alan Moore's Another Suburban Romance (2014) (1st color printing)
English | CBR | 62 pages | 134.99 MB

One of the seminal works from the writer who defined modern comics, Alan Moore, is remastered for the first time in breathtakingly vibrant color! Alan Moore's performance works making up the play Another Suburban Romance are translated into print and lavishly illustrated as full sequential stories. Comprised of three major pieces, adapted from Moore's original presentations by frequent collaborator Antony (Fashion Beast) Johnston, this original graphic novel is completely illustrated by Juan Jose Ryp. Running from the 1920's Chicago-style killings in Old Gangsters Never Die, to the ruminations on modern life in the namesake piece Another Suburban Romance, this powerful work is an essential piece of the Alan Moore graphic novel library that no fan will want to miss!

Alan Moore's Glory v2 0-2 + Preview (2001-2002) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 26, 2014
Alan Moore's Glory v2 0-2 + Preview (2001-2002) Complete

Alan Moore's Glory v2 0-2 + Preview (2001-2002) Complete
English | CBR | 15 Issues | 87.50 MB

Writer Alan Moore joined Image after leaving DC Comics and spending a period of time working for independent companies. As he did on other Liefeld/Image works like Supreme and Youngblood, Moore relaunched Glory in March 1999 under the Awesome Comics line, blending mythology, adventure, and romance to the superheroine much as he would shortly do in his subsequent series for ABC Comics, Promethea.

Alan Moore & David Lloyd - V de Vendetta  Comics

Posted by Coda at June 3, 2013
Alan Moore & David Lloyd - V de Vendetta

Alan Moore & David Lloyd - V de Vendetta
Planeta DeAgostini, 2005 | Spanish | CBR | 300 pages | 215 MB
Guión: Alan Moore; Dibujo: David Lloyd

V de Vendetta, además de ser una de las mayores obras maestras de la industria del cómic y una de las obras más personales y logradas de sus autores, Alan Moore y David Lloyd, es una historia espeluznante y terriblemente real acerca de la pérdida de la libertad y de la identidad del individuo que se ve inmerso en un mundo hostil, frío y totalitario.

Alan Moore's Writing for Comics (2003)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Feb. 21, 2012
Alan Moore's Writing for Comics (2003)

Alan Moore's Writing for Comics (2003)
English | CBR | 51 pages | 22.04 MB

The master of comic book writing shares his thoughts on how to deliver a top notch script. The main essay was originally written in 1985 and appeared in an obscure British fanzine, right as Moore was reshaping the landscape of modern comics, and has been tragically lost ever since. Now Avatar brings it back in print, collected for the first time as one graphic novel, and heavily illustrated by Jacen Burrows. Alan Moore also provides a brand new essay on how his thoughts on writing have changed in the two decades since he first wrote it. For fans of Moore's work, new writers, or anyone who wants a peak behind the mental curtain of one of the greatest living writers, this is a can't miss book.

Alan Moore: Neonomicon #2 (of 4)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 7, 2010
Alan Moore: Neonomicon #2 (of 4)

Alan Moore: Neonomicon #2 (of 4)
CBR (Minutemen) | Avatar Press | Released Oct 6 2010 | 27 Pages (2 Covers) | 23.08 MB

The second issue of the all-new, all Alan Moore, horror series spoken of only in hushed whispers for years is finally here! From the award-winning master of comics, Alan Moore, comes a brand new tale of Lovecraftian horror that will leave you too afraid to close your eyes, but more afraid to open them! NEONOMICON, the sequel to THE COURTYARD Graphic Novel, is slithering its way onto shelves to take its place as a Great Old One of comics terror! Illustrated by Moore's favorite demented artist, Jacen Burrows, NEONOMICON pulls no punches as every full-colored page is covered in nightmares brought to gruesome life! In the wake of a gruesome homicide and an impossible vision in the courtyard, Agents Brears and Lamper are understandably rattled, but more determined than ever to find answers. Now, their case is taking them literally and literarily through Lovecraftian mythos, to Salem, Massachusetts as they try to unravel the secrets of sex, drugs, murder, and the ever-creeping darkness... Alan Moore's Neonomicon #2 is available with a Regular and Wraparound covers by Jacen Burrow. MATURE THEMES --

Alan Moore's Neonomicon Hornbook Plus The Courtyard  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 22, 2010
Alan Moore's Neonomicon Hornbook Plus The Courtyard

Alan Moore's Neonomicon Hornbook Plus The Courtyard
Eng | RS MU & Hotfile | 3 CBR (2 in ZIP Archive) | Avatar Press | Release Dates Jan 13 2010 & 2003 | 33.5 MB Total

Some say Alan Moore is the greatest comic book writer who ever lived. That claim may be open to discussion but it is undeniable that Alan Moore has written great comic books, among which, , is on the top of many shortlists as the greatest comic book ever written. Anyhow, is a sneak peek into Alan Moore's next series which is a sequel to , published way back in 2003. As with , Jacen Burrows will be doing the artwork. As a preview, would not be complete without revisiting the original story about FBI agent Aldo Sax so I'm posting the two-issue here in a ZIP archive.