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Tuesday, 28 February 2006

Grant Morrison Interviewed

I've added a zip file full of interviews to the Lost and Found (and done a quick shuffle round of the items while I was there). Thanks to Jenny Constantine at Barbelith for providing the compilation!

The reason behind this is the good folks at Barbelith are compiling a comprehensive list of interviews. Morrison's interviews are always entertaining, so if you want to kill a few hours, you could do worse than digging in there.

Friday, 10 February 2006

DC Universe: Alan Moore

The new Alan Moore collection from DC Comics apparently has some missing bits - I've added these to the Lost and Found page.

There's the frontispiece/endpiece to The Killing Joke by Brian Bolland (the original book opens and closes with the same page), plus the opening text from the Superman story 'Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow'. The original comic had this on the front page. A later collection moved it to an introductory page, which was presumably how it got lost from the new edition. The text is as follows:

This is an imaginary story (which may never happen, but then again may) about a perfect man who came from the sky and did only good. It tells of his twilight, when the great battles were over and the great miracles long since performed; of how his enemies conspired against him and of that final war in the snowblind wastes beneath the Northern Lights; of the two women he loved and of the choice he made between them; and how finally all the things he had were taken from him save one. It ends with a wink. It begins in a quiet midwestern town, one summer afternoon in the quiet midwestern future. Away in the big city, people still sometimes glance up hopefully from the sidewalks, glimpsing a distant speck in the sky... but no: it's only a bird, only a plane. Superman died ten years ago. This is an imaginary story...

Aren't they all?

Thursday, 9 February 2006

Football Madness

With the World Cup approaching, this years Just One Page will feature a football theme - Ade Brown is looking for contributors NOW, so if you can pick up a pencil, why not contribute a page (just one!)?

I'm doing Japan!

Wednesday, 1 February 2006

World Cup Tie-In Comic

This was done as an auction piece for the 2006 World Cup 'Just One Page' magazine. Click for larger size:

World Cup Tie-In Comic

This was done as an auction piece for the 2006 World Cup 'Just One Page' magazine. Click for larger size: