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The new digital platform releases a limited edition, signed booklet. Electricomics releases Alan Moore booklet The drama is based on Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's graphic novel From Hell. FX developing From Hell TV series Alan Moore's digital project reveals more details at the Leeds event. Moore's Electricomics hits Thought Bubble Digital Spy speaks to the filmmakers about their fascinating documentary. Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD interview Leah Moore announces progress on her father's one million-word novel Jerusalem. Alan Moore completes novel first draft A look back over the career of the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For co-director. The highs and lows of Frank Miller An online sale of art from Kevin O'Neill and Alan Moore's Century 2009 launches. Kevin O'Neill Century 2009 art on sale The writer is returning to his controversial HP Lovecraft homage. Alan Moore plans Neonomicon follow-up Top Shelf debuts Kevin O'Neill's artwork for the cover of Nemo: River of Ghosts. First look at Alan Moore's new LOEG book The writer and his filmmaking partner premiere the short film at FrightFest. Alan Moore, Jenkins's Show Pieces trailer Wizzywig, March and From Hell are part of Humble eBook Bundle IV. Top Shelf joins Humble Bundle deal Garth Ennis and Colleen Doran among the creators working on the new app. Alan Moore launching digital app Alan Moore's famously-challenging comics are to be sealed up in stores. Marvel will bag Miracleman issues The producer also confirms that Constantine will be British with blonde hair. Goyer: Other DC figures for Constantine The latest League of Extraordinary Gentlemen book lands on Sequential today. Moore's Roses of Berlin hits Sequential Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's trilogy announced by Top Shelf Productions. LOEG Century gets hardcover collection Alan Moore, Hayao Miyazaki and Dennis O'Neil are among those up for the honour. Eisner Hall of Fame nominees revealed Marvel Comics alters Garry Leach's art for its digital re-releases. Fans concerned about censored Miracleman The Calvin and Hobbes creator takes the top prize at the French comics festival. Bill Watterson wins Angoulême Grand Prix Alan Moore, Bill Watterson and Katsuhiro Otomo are the three finalists. Angoulême names Grand Prix finalists Daniel Clowes, Richard Corben, Alan Moore, Marjane Satrapi feature on the list. Angoulême Grand Prix shortlist unveiled Kevin O'Neill's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen art is available online. Nemo: Heart of Ice artwork goes on sale The Bojeffries Saga and Liz Prince's Alone Forever announced. Alan Moore collection hitting Top Shelf The legendary writer releases a new salvo against mainstream comics. Alan Moore: Superhero fans 'subnormal' Garen Ewing's acclaimed series debuts alongside Alan Moore's treatise on magic. Sequential round-up: The Rainbow Orchid Knockabout reveals a first look inside Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's new book. 'Nemo: Roses of Berlin' previewed The Marvel Comics CCO reveals the process of remastering the classic comic. Marvel's Joe Quesada on Miracleman delay Panel Nine's iPad app marks Alan Moore's 60th with a free biography comic. Sequential round-up: Moore, Persia Blues Biographer Gary Spencer Millidge revises the comic to mark Moore's 60th birthday. Alan Moore bio comic lands at Sequential Kevin O'Neill illustrates the latest League of Extraordinary Gentlemen book. Alan Moore's second 'Nemo' book unveiled Tickets are still available for the talks by the legendary creators tomorrow. Don't Miss: Sacco, Campbell at Comica Marvel Comics reaches an agreement with Alan Moore not to use his name. 'Miracleman' reprints omit Moore credit The publisher confirms the long-awaited arrival of the character on its line. Neil Gaiman returns to 'Miracleman' The option for NBC's new TV project originates from an old movie deal. Constantine creators not paid for TV show Alternate artwork for the Alan Moore movie adaptation surfaces. 'Watchmen': Unused posters revealed Legendary writer denies a connection to the mysterious clown haunting his town. Alan Moore is not the Northampton clown The comics legend discusses the strange revival of the 1985 screenplay. Alan Moore's 'Fashion Beast' interview The digital mogul recalls his fanzine INFINITY and looks to the comics' future. Russell Willis 'INFINITY' interview Top Shelf also adds Motorcycle Samurai and Monster on the Hill to its app. Alan Moore's 'Lost Girls' goes digital Network Fox is "recycling things that have already proven not to work", says Moore. Alan Moore reacts to 'Gentleman' TV show