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From Hell To Eternity: Eddie Campbell & The Secrets of Working with Alan Moore


Few graphic novels come close to the audacity and complexity of Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell‘s From Hell, an autopsy of the Jack the Ripper murders and the misogyny of Victorian England which haunt the world to this day. In the newly published From Hell Companion, the acclaimed writer and artist Eddie Campbell compiles and annotates Moore’s unseen scripts, sketches and other miscellanies, alongside fascinating contributions of his own.



Campbell discusses this and his other collaborations with Moore, such as A Disease of Language, with Matthew Green, author and editor of Alan Moore and The Gothic Tradition, new from Manchester University Press. Followed by book signings. Supported by Sequential digital graphic novels.

Tickets can be booked for £8.00 from WeGotTickets

Tickets: £8.00
Where: Platform Theatre, Handyside Street, London N1C 4AA
When: Saturday, October 26, 2013 4.45pm for 5-6.30pm

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"...one of the most interesting and high quality celebrations of comics the country has ever seen."
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"...it's a great time to be a comics fan in London!"
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"Gives the comic form the cultural representation the UK doesn't normally see."
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"...chat over beers with some of the UK's coolest comic types..."
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"The talk - to a full house - was pleasant, convivial and amusing."
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