Thursday, August 18, 2011

"As long as I get my huge, cripplingly heavy book to put on my shelf and gloat over, then I'll be happy."

Big Al talks to the New Statesman's Helen Lewis Hasteley about Jerusalem, not having a television, and the end of the universe as we know it. (Hey - it's Alan Moore. You were expecting maybe football scores?)

New Statesman interview with Alan Moore

Sunday, May 29, 2011

A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Bohemian


I've been looking for a pre-beard photograph of Mr. Moore for a very long time. Many thanks to otium longum for posting.

[It's funny - I thought that without the facial hair he'd be unrecognizable, but there's no mistaking the demonic intensity of that gaze.]