Alan Moore's Yuggoth Cultures

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The career-spanning short works of Alan Moore are collected in this tome - with over 50 pages of additional material not in the original mini-series!

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Added in are fascinating obscure interviews about the man, his craft, and magic, as well as essays from Moore himself and loads of additional new artwork! Yuggoth Cultures and Other Growths features tons of Moore's classic short sequential comic book stories; stories that have been long out of print, that have never before been seen, and special developmental sections with original script pages and comments from Moore and the creators. Included is the amazing Nightjar (with art by Bryan Talbot), plus many more tales illustrated by Talbot, Juan Jose Ryp, Val Semieks, Mike Wolfer, Marat Mychaels, Hunt Emerson, and Jacen Burrows! Rounding out the works is a piece that is vital to any Alan Moore collection: I Keep Coming Back, a coda to the masterpiece From Hell, with art by Oscar Zarate.

This massive volume also includes an extensive interview with Moore, plus Antony Johnston's Yuggoth Creatures, a work inspired by Yuggoth Cultures and the worlds of H.P. Lovecraft, with art by Ryp, Burrows, Dheeraj Verma, and many more!

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Author Alan Moore, various
Publisher Avatar Press
Page Count 312pp
Publication Size 7" x 10"
Publication Notes Softcover, Color
Publication Date September 26, 2007
ISBN 978-1592910267

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