Jun 7, 2019


Above, Brian Bolland’s self-portrait photo used as reference for his legendary cover of Batman The Killing Joke.

Jun 6, 2019

Swamp Thing by Matt Lesniewski

Art by Matt Lesniewski.
Above, a stunning Swamp Thing by artist Matt Lesniewski.

More info about Matt Lesniewski: Tumblr - Instagram

May 29, 2019

Magnetic Moore by Miguel Angel Martín

Art by Miguel Angel Martín.
Above, a fabulous, enigmatic and magnetic portrait of Alan Moore by Internationally acclaimed Spanish artist Miguel Angel Martín
I really, really love it! Grazie, Miguel Angel!

Below, the preparatory sketch.

For more info regarding Miguel Angel Martín, visit his site HERE.

Art by Miguel Angel Martín.

May 12, 2019

May 4, 2019

Fantastic Fictioneers: Alan Moore

Art by Pete Von Sholly.
This June PS Publishing will release a 2-volume collection about the "History of The Incredible" and its fantastic fictioneers.  
The books are compiled, edited & illustrated by acclaimed artist and writer Pete Von Sholly.

Volume Two includes an essay about Alan Moore by George Khoury.   

More info HERE.

May 1, 2019

Alan Moore and... Peter Cannon

Art by Caspar Wijngaard.
Above and below, two pages from Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt n. 4, a 5issue miniseries written by Kieron Gillen with art by Caspar Wijngaard, published by Dynamite.
It's basically a sort of unauthorised sequel to Watchmen and, as you can see, it also features our beloved bearded writer! And it also pays homage to Eddie Campbell's Alec series.

More info here and here.
Art by Caspar Wijngaard.

Apr 24, 2019

Scorpion Moore by Onofrio Catacchio

Above, the Scorpion Moore, the original ink version, by Italian comics Maestro ONOFRIO CATACCHIO. You can also admire the colour version HERE.

In the past weeks I successfully performed a magic ritual so the artist spontaneously sent me his fantastic original art. Grazie mille, Onofrio! :)

I am a Scorpio boy too! ;)

Apr 22, 2019

Eddie Campbell on The Birth Caul

Excerpt from an interview I did in 2000 published on my Ultrazine.org (not online anymore).

EDDIE CAMPBELL: The Birth Caul is the best thing that Alan has ever written. He wrote it as a theatrical performance monologue which he performed in the old county court house in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne on his 40th birthday. It was recorded and released as a CD and subsequently we adapted it into a comic. 
It is a dark and profound piece of poetry which made extraordinary demands upon me as an artist, particularly the chapters on childhood where he has re-created perfectly more than anything else I have ever read the feelings of growing up.
I had to come up with many unusual solutions to the problems of matching images to such an elusive text. In one instance I smashed up an alarm clock and glued parts of it to the page. In another I stitched together a miniature pair of child's pajamas and glued them to the page.