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Behold the Mighty Books of Tharg!
« on: 23 May, 2006, 07:10:17 pm »
THE COMPLETE ALAN MOORE FUTURE SHOCKS
By Alan Moore, Steve Dillon, Bryan Talbot, Ian Gibson, Alan Davis, Dave Gibbons and many others.

BEFORE WATCHMEN, BEFORE V FOR VENDETTA, THERE WAS THARG!

Together for the first time in one volume are all of Alan Moore's Future Shocks - darkly funny and deliriously twisted tales of sci-fi terror, where nothing is what it seems. This thrill packed-collection features the art of many legendary names in the comics industry including Ian Gibson (The Ballad of Halo Jones), Bryan Talbot (Luther Arkwright) and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen). Also included are over a hundred pages of bonus material featuring dozens of complete stories scripted by Moore for 2000 AD.

208 pages (paperback)
?12.99

JUDGE DREDD: THE ART OF KENNY WHO?
By Cam Kennedy, John Wagner, Alan Grant and Gordon Rennie

With dreams of fame and fortune Kenny Who? comes to Mega-City One, believing himself to be one of the great undiscovered artists. However, in the ruthless world of the trashzines robots have replaced human art and Kenny's hopes are dashed before him. When the robots start to copy his work though, Kenny Who? becomes a man with vengeance on his mind. Who? will show the Big Meg that you should never mess with a comic book artist!

272 pages (paperback)
?16.99

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Re: Behold the Mighty Books of Tha...
« Reply #1 on: 23 May, 2006, 07:42:32 pm »
yay!
I'll definitely be getting this.


I would like to see more Future Shock collections too, not just the Alan Moore ones

A big volume like the DC Essentials would be great- just got the House of Mystery collection(a great read)

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Re: Behold the Mighty Books of Tha...
« Reply #2 on: 23 May, 2006, 11:25:16 pm »
Is Redondo still alive? Or was he killed by Ancient Rennaisance Mutant Turtles?
Just a little rough and tumble, Judge man.