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ALAN MOORE & MELINDA GEBBIE:
LOST GIRLS



Legendary anarchist, occultist and comics writer Alan Moore is famous for his subversion of the classic American comic book genre and for groundbreaking works such as The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, V for Vendetta, and From Hell. A celebrated recent work is Lost Girls, three volumes portraying the adult erotic lives of storybook characters Alice, Wendy and Dorothy who meet in a pre-World War One Austrian hotel created with the artist Melinda Gebbie. Moore and Gebbie talk about their collaboration with the writer Kevin Jackson. More…

Tickets: £8, £6 concessions
Where: V&A Museum, South Kensington, London
When: Friday, November 14, 2008 - 7pm to 8pm

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