A collection of Alan Moore's difficult-to-find comics short stories. From bold experiments, through early takes on his favorite subjects, to self-critiques of his older work, this wide-ranging collection is an essential look at Moore's illuminating short stories. Each story is drawn by some of the best artists in comics from mainstream mavericks like Steven Bissette, Rick Veitch, and John Totleben to underground iconoclasts like Mark Beyer and Peter Bagge. Comic book critic Marc Sobel provides insightful commentary and context for each of the stories.
200 page partial color paperback
Uncivilized Books, 2016