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History of Electricomics

Electricomics: A Self-Publishing Ecosystem

Electricomics – “Not So Much Pushing The Envelope Of Comicbook Storytelling As Folding It Up To Make A Nice Hat”

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Alan Moore asking questions re Electricomics

Alan Moore steps into the digital realm. Mitch Jenkins lends vision. Leah Moore manages eclectic and diverse skill sets. Daniel Merlin Goodbrey and Alisson Gazard shake the idea tree to see what has stuck. Ed Moore brings a digital machine shop. Continue reading History of Electricomics

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#Free Art Friday 7 ~ Salena Godden & Northampton Edition ~ (closed)

Salena Godden & Arts Lab Northampton

A night with Alan Moore,  Carly Loasby, Amii Dawes and Frederick J. Taylor, led by [the] magnificent compere of Lindsay Spence

This Saturday, March 4th @The Lab, 95-97 Charles St., Northampton UK

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Artist’s Edition ~ Rees Finlay ~ 2

Rees Finlay…Through ‘The Blue Flame’

Welcome to Emporium Purgatorio’s ‘Artist’s Edition’. Here we are exploring Rees Finlay’s comics & art, particularly through the lens of his upcoming work, ‘The Blue Flame’.

Somewhere between ‘Fight Club’ and ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’, The Blue Flame explores love, loss, guilt and what it means to battle your demons.

 

‘The Blue Flame’ by Rees Finlay

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#Free Art Friday ~ Special Edition! ‘Just About Managing – Northampton Arts Lab Poetry’ ~ (closed)

A rough and tumble, veritable BYOP (The ‘P’ stands for Poetry)!

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And Away We Go!!!

A Happy Mandrill

Update:

All systems are a go, go, go! Emporium Purgatorio, via our *Unofficial Alan Moore site, is actively seeking/promoting Indie Comics, Indie Artists, and those that may have something to SAY through their art about our current climate of…well, of needing a ‘Mandrillifesto‘.

All characters are real. No names will be changed to protect anyone. Oh, and when I took 20 things and added another 3 from a friend, well wouldn’t you know! Magical!

Please, VOICES ARE NEEDED! Jump in on our comments, Artist’s Job Board, send an article or a revue. Make a comic. Sell your work here with no strings attached. Write a poem. Tell us to fuck off. *to be honest, this last one wouldn’t feel very good, but we support your right to give us the bird. we’re fans of aviary anyways.

To respectfully quote some of our favorite people… Watch This Space…

 

Featured image, ‘Key Keeper’ by James Ng (pronounced ‘ing’)

 

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Artist’s Edition ~ Neil Jackson *part 1

Neil Jackson & Post-Nearly Press…*How to Stab-Staple Alan Moore

Welcome to Emporium Purgatorio’s Artist’s Edition. Here we are exploring Neil Jackson’s imprint, Post-Nearly Press, particularly through the lens of his most recent work with Alan Moore, ‘Cometh the Moment, Cometh the Mandrill’.

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‘The Blue Flame’ Engulfs Birmingham Horror Con

 

Rees Finlay @Birmingham Horror Con

February 4th @Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham

 

‘The Blue Flame’ by Rees Finlay

On the heels of an incredibly successful Kickstarter launch (time is left for you to be a part of this unique and powerful comic!) Rees Finlay will be at the Birmingham Horror Con beginning tomorrow, February 4th. Continue reading ‘The Blue Flame’ Engulfs Birmingham Horror Con