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Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Rare Alan Moore Books
I've been on an Alan Moore reading kick lately, tracking down a few oddball titles I've never read. I just finished Neonomicon,Seven Deadly Sins, and Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, the last two of which I've just put up for sale on eBay (I don't hang on to many books these days--my packrat/hoarder era is in the past). Seven Deadly Sins and Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament are anthologies with Moore only having a chapter in each (Neil Gaiman and some other comics notables also contribute to the anthologies, which were published by Knockabout in the late 1980s and are hard to find now, being a bit rare), but, as with most of Moore's work, they made for enjoyable reading. Next up is The Forty-Niners! In fact, I think I'll end this blog post early and get back to reading!
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