Presenting a brand new,
three-hour plus interview (recently conducted by veteran comics journalist Bill
Baker), with Alan Moore, the celebrated and controversial author of Lost Girls, From Hell, The League of
Extraordinary Gentleman, and numerous other classic graphic novels.
Starting with an extended
and extremely personal post-mortem of his quarter century career in commercial
comics, Moore examines the health of comics as art and industry, pausing only
to present his hopes and fears for their combined futures, before moving on to
discuss Lost Girls and Jerusalem (his latest project), among other subjects. Alan Moore's Exit Interview offers an
intimate portrait of the artist, what he's accomplished, and what it costs to
remain true to himself and his art.
Airwave Comics, paperback,
96 pages, published September 2007
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 28 June, 2007.