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EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN:
ALAN MOORE & KEVIN O'NEILL


In the first episode of their all-new trilogy Century from Knockabout Comics, the famous Victorian fictional figures who make up The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen plunge into the brave new world of the 20th century. Joining the cast in an alternative London in 1910 are Carnacki the ghost-finder, Raffles, Pirate Jenny, Mac the Knife and more. Visionary graphic novel author Alan Moore and artistic collaborator Kevin O’Neill explore their series’ vast referential cosmos writer and popular culture guru Christopher Frayling (Rector of the Royal College of Art and until recently Chair of the Arts Council). Followed by signing. More…

Where: Cinema 1, ICA, The Mall, London
When: Tuesday, June 2, 2009 - 6.45pm to 8.15pm



Legends meet at the ICA:
Film director Nicolas Roeg (left) with Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie.

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