Alan Moore Complete Works

ALAN MOORE’S ART & ARTISTRY

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We are beginning our own updated and expanded listings first, which are then followed by the outline presented under the Alan Moore Wikipedia page. This should provide additional insights and tall tales to go along with the particular period. However, you will also find works listed nowhere else. The new listings will be done alphabetically, to enable scrolling to exact work. Please leave corrections/additional information in the comment section, or contact directly.

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2000 AD

  • #Sci-Fi Special ’80: “A Holiday in Hell” (with Dave Harwood, IPC Media, 1980)
  • #170: Ro-Jaws’ Robo-Tales
    • “Killer in the Cab” (with John Richardson, IPC Media, 1980)
  • #176: Ro-Jaws Robo-Tales
    • “The Dating Game” (with Dave Gibbons, IPC Media, 1980)

The Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks (tpb, 208 pages,Rebellion, 2011, ISBN 1-9079-9250-2) collects:

  • #189-190: Ro-Jaws’ Robo-Tales
    • “The Final Solution” (with Steve Dillon, IPC Media, 1980)
  • #203: Future Shocks:
    • “Grawks Bearing Gifts” (with Q Twark, IPC Media, 1981)
  • #209: Future Shocks
    • “The Return of the Two-Storey Brain!” (with Mike White, IPC Media, 1981)
  • #214: Future Shocks
    • “The English/Phlondrutian Phrase Book” (with Brendan McCarthy, IPC Media, 1981)
  • #217: Future Shocls
    • “The Last Rumble of the Platinum Horde” (with John Higgins, IPC Media, 1981)
    • “They Sweep the Spaceways” (with Garry Leach, in No. 219, 1981)
    • “The Regrettable Ruse of Rocket Redglare” (with Mike White, in No. 234, 1981)
    • “A Cautionary Fable” (with Paul Neary, in No. 240, 1981)
    • “Mister, Could You Use a Squonge?” (with Ron Tiner, in No. 242, 1981)
    • “A Second Chance!” (with Jose Casanovas, in No. 245, 1982)
    • “Twist Ending” (with Paul Neary, in No. 246, 1982)
    • “Salad Days!” (with John Higgins, in No. 247, 1982)
    • “The Beastly Beliefs of Benjamin Blint” (with Eric Bradbury, in No. 249, 1982)
    • “All of Them Were Empty” (with Paul Neary, in No. 251, 1982)
    • “An American Werewolf in Space!” (with Paul Neary, in No. 252, 1982)
    • “The Bounty Hunters!” (with John Higgins, in No. 253, 1982)
    • “The Wages of Sin!” (with Bryan Talbot, in No. 257, 1982)
    • “Return of the Thing!” (with Dave Gibbons, in No. 265, 1982)
    • “Skirmish!” (with Dave Gibbons, in No. 267, 1982)
    • “The Writing on the Wall!” (with Jesus Redondo, in No. 268, 1982)
    • “The Wild Frontier!” (with Dave Gibbons, in No. 269, 1982)
    • “The Big Day” (with Robin Smith, in No. 270, 1982)
    • “One Christmas During Eternity!” (with Jesus Redondo, in No. 271, 1982)
    • “No Picnic!” (with John Higgins, in No. 272, 1982)
    • “The Disturbed Digestions of Dr. Dibworthy” (with Dave Gibbons, in No. 273, 1982)
    • “Hot Item” (with John Higgins, in No. 278, 1982)
    • “Sunburn” (with Jesus Redondo, in No. 282, 1982)
    • “Bad Timing” (with Mike White, in No. 291, 1982)
    • “The Hyper-Historic Headbang” (with Alan Davis, in No. 322, 1983)
    • “The Lethal Laziness of Lobelia Loam” (with Rafael Boluda, in No. 323, 1983)
    • “Eureka!” (with Mike White, in No. 325, 1983)
    • “Dad” (with Alan Langford, in No. 329, 1983)
    • “Buzz Off!” (with Jim Eldridge, in No. 331, 1983)
    • “Look Before You Leap!” (with Mike White, in No. 332, 1983)
  • Abelard Snazz:
    • “The Double-Decker Dome Strikes Back” (with Mike White, in #237–238, 1981)
    • “Halfway to Paradise” (with John Cooper, in No. 245, 1982)
    • “The Multi-Storey Mind Mellows Out!” (with Paul Neary, in No. 254, 1982)
    • “Genius is Pain” (with Mike White, in No. 299, 1983)
  • Time Twisters:
    • “The Reversible Man” (with Mike White, in No. 308, 1983)
    • “Einstein” (with John Higgins, in No. 309, 1983)
    • “Chronocops” (with Dave Gibbons, in No. 310, 1983)
    • “The Big Clock!” (with Eric Bradbury, in No. 315, 1983)
    • “Dr. Dibworthy’s Disappointing Day” (with Alan Langford, in No. 316, 1983)
    • “Going Native” (with Mike White, in No. 318, 1983)
    • “Ring Road” (with Jesus Redondo, in No. 320, 1983)
    • “The Time Machine” (with Jesus Redondo, in No. 324, 1983)
    • “The Startling Success of Sideways Scuttleton” (with John Higgins, in No. 327, 1983)

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Anon

  • #1–5: “Anon E. Mouse” (script and art Alan Moore, The Alternative Newspaper of Northampton, 1974–1975)

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Back-Street Bugle

  • #6: page 12 “The Adventures of St. Pancras Panda” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, February 7-19, 1978)
  • #7: page 13 “St. Pancras Panda – The Story so Far” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, February 21 – March 6, 1978)
  • #8: page 15 “The Widescreen Adventures of St. Pancras Panda” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, March 7-21, 1978)
  • #9: page 15 “His Name In Lights: St. Pancras Panda” (script and art, Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, March 22 – April 2, 1978)
  • #10: page 15 “The Trial of St. Pancras Panda” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, April 3-17, 1978)
  • #11: page 2 “Bugle Blow” Back-Street Bugle news mentioning Alan Moore for delivering his strip in person to meet deadline (Paupers’ Press, April 18 – May 3, 1978)
  • #11: page 15 “The Prison Writings of St. Pancras Panda” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, April 18 – May 3, 1978)
  • #12: page 15 ” St. Pancras Panda Encounters Mental Illness” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, May 4 – 15, 1978)
  • #13: page 2 “Yoomin” cartoon of his family (script and art, Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, May 16 – June 5, 1978)
  • #14: page 2 “Bugling” Back-Street Bugle news mentioning Alan Moore strip back (Pupers’ Press, June 6-19, 1978)
  • #14: page 15 “The Astounding Adventures of St. Pancras Panda” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, June 6-19, 1978)
  • #15: page 13 “Moeby Palliative, The Paraplegics Push-Bike and His Faithless Sidekick YC Ron in ‘The Sensuous Beachball’ ” (script and art Alan Moore, Pauper’s Press, June 20 – July 3, 1978)
  • #15: page 15 “St. Pancras Panda Encounters ‘Normality'” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, June 20 – July 3, 1978)
  • #16: page 15 “St. Pancras Panda Gets Right Up.. ‘The Nose in the Pyramid!'” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, July 4-17, 1978)
  • #18: “St. Punkras Panda Confronts Apathy in the U.K.” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, August 15 – September 11, 1978)
  • #21: page 11 Explaining the absence of Alan Moore strip, citing a paying graphic for Elvis Costello among other reasons (Paupers’ Press, November, 1978)
  • #22: page 11 “The Electric Kool Aid St. Pancras Panda” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, December 1978)
  • #23: page 2 “Bugling”, Back-Street Bugle news mentioning the absence of his normal strip, as well as ‘Spudland’ from his wife (Paupers’ Press, January, 1979)
  • #23 page 5 “Star Wars!”, 0p-ed with a St. Pancras Panel (essay, Sid Reeves, panel script and art, Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, January, 1979)
  • #23: page 13 “Fortean Times” advertisement (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press January, 1979)
  • #23: page 13 “Fortean Times” advertisement mentioning the contents (Paupers’ Press January, 1979)
  • #23: page 14 “Fat Jap Defamation Funnies” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, January, 1979)
  • #24: page 1 “Ugly Bugling”, soliciting money for The Back-Street Bugle, and again mentioning why Alan Moore’s strip was not within (Paupers’ Press, February, 1979)
  • #25: “St. Pancras Panda Gets a Dose O’ Dat Old Time Religion” (script and art Alan Moore, Paupers’ Press, March, 1979)
  • #42: “Just Another Day” (script Alan Moore as Curt Vile, with Dick Foreman, Paupers’ Press, 1980)

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Dark Star (as Curt Vile)

  • #19: “The Avenging Hunchback” (script and art Alan Moore, Darkstar Publishers, 1979)
  • #20: “Kultural Krime Komix” (script and art Alan Moore, Darkstar Publishers, 1979)
  • #21: “Talcum Powder” (script and art Alan Moore, with Pedro Henry, Darkstar Publishers, 1979)
  • #22-25: “Three Eyes McGurck and His Death Planet Commandos” (script and art Alan Moore, with Pedro Henry, 1979–1980)

Doctor Who Weekly

  • #35: “Black Legacy: Part 1” (script Alan Moore, art David Lloyd, Marvel UK, June 12, 1980)
  • #36: “Black Legacy: Part 2” (script Alan Moore, art David Lloyd, Marvel UK, June 19, 1980)
  • #37: “Black Legacy: Part 3” (script Alan Moore, art David Lloyd, Marvel UK, June 26, 1980)
  • #38: “Black Legacy: Part 4” (script Alan Moore, art David Lloyd, Marvel UK, July 3, 1980)
  • #40-43: “Business as Usual” (script Alan Moore, art David Lloyd, Marvel UK, 1980)
  • #47: “Star Death” (script Alan Moore, art John Stokes, Marvel UK, 1980)
  • #51: “The 4-D War” (script Alan Moore, art David Lloyd, Marvel UK, 1981)
  • #57: “Black Sun Rising” (scipt Alan Moore, art David Lloyd, Marvel UK, 1981)

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Embryo

  • #1-4: (script and art Alan Moore/various contributors, Northampton Arts Lab, 1970-1971)
  • #5: “Once There Were Daemons” (script and art Alan Moore, Northampton Arts Lab, November, 1971)

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Jerusalem

  •  Hardcover, 1280 pgs, 6.6 x 2.4 x 9.6 in., Liveright, September 13, 2016, ISBN-10: 1631491342

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M

Maxwell the Magic Cat (as Jill de Ray)

  • “Maxwell the Magic Cat” (script and art Alan Moore, strip in Northampton Post, 1979–1986)
  • Volume 1: collected (script and art Alan Moore, Acme Press, 1986)
  • Volume 2: collected (script and art Alan Moore, Acme Press, 1986)
  • Volume 3: collected (script and art Alan Moore, Acme Press, 1986)
  • Volume 4: collected (script and art Alan Moore, Acme Press, 1986)

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Providence

  • #1: (script Alan Moore, cover/art Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, May 2015)
  • #1: Dreamscape Wraparound Cover (script Alan Moore, cover/art Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, May 2015)
  • #1: Pantheon Cover (script Alan Moore, cover/art Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, May 2015)
  • #1: Portrait Cover (script Alan Moore, cover/art Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, May 2015)
  • #1: Women of H.P. Lovecraft Cover (script Alan Moore, cover/art Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, May 2015)
  • #1: Incentive Ancient Tome Cover (script Alan Moore, cover/art Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, May 2015)

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Scant Applause (as Curt Vile)

  • “Scant Applause” (script and art Alan Moore, strip in Frantic Winter Special, 1979)

Seminar

  • #2: “The Shadow” (script Alan Moore, September 1970)

Sounds (as Curt Vile)

  • “Roscoe Moscow: Who Killed Rock n’ Roll?” (script and art Alan Moore, Spotlight Publications, 1979–1980)
  • “The Stars My Degradation” (script and art Alan Moore, with Pedro Henry *Steve Moore , Spotlight Publications, 1980–1983)
  • “Ten Little Liggers” (script and art Alan Moore, Starlight Publications, 1980)
  • “The Rock and Roll Zoo” (script and art Alan Moore, Starlight Publications, 1981)
  • “Christmas on Depravity” pg.19-22 (script and art Alan Moore, script and coloring on pg.3 + pg.4  Pedro Henry *Steve Moore), Starlight Publications, December 26, 1981)
  • “The Bride of Pressbutton” (script and art Alan Moore, Starlight Publications, 1982)

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Monthly/Star Wars Monthly

  • “The Pandora Effect” (with Adolfo Buylla, in No. 151, 1981)
  • “Tilotny Throws a Shape” (with John Stokes, in No. 154, 1982)
  • “Rust Never Sleeps” (with Alan Davis, in No. 155, 1982)
  • “Dark Lord’s Conscience” (with John Stokes, in No. 156, 1982)
  • “Blind Fury” (with John Stokes, in No. 159, 1982)

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Utopia/Valhalla

 

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Watchmen

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