Thought Bubble comic con this weekend

  A photo posted by Electricomics (@electricomics) on Nov 11, 2014 at 2:58pm PST 500 things. Signed by Alan Moore. Available only at Thought Bubble this weekend. Interested? Read on. Leah and I will be at Britain’s bestest comic con – Thought Bubble in Leeds – this coming weekend as part of team Electricomics. Here […]

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Bookmarks 6th June 2014

This is pretty much an info/link dump I’m afraid, but if you’re looking at this site it’s all stuff you should find interesting. Apologies if you’ve already seen all this via Twitter but I suppose that’s the way things go these days. Alan Moore discusses ELECTRICOMICS in the Guardian   Dinosaurs and Dragon Bones – […]

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The Creative Process Blog Tour

Geoff Holder is a self described “Author, Scriptwriter, Proofreader, Curmudgeonly Old Git”. He’s the writer of Zombies from History, 101 Things to do with a Stone Circle, and Poltergeist Over Scotland among many, many others. We met Geoff a couple of years back at the very fun and very interesting Manchester Monsters Convention and have […]

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Suggested stuff to buy this gift giving season #6 – Somnium

Written in the early years of the 21st century, when the author (Steve Moore) was engaged in dream-explorations and mystical practices centred on the Greek moon-goddess Selene, Somnium is an intensely personal and highly-embroidered fictional tapestry that weaves together numerous historical and stylistic variations on the enduring myth of Selene and Endymion. Ranging through the […]

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Some interesting books lying around the house

here are a handful of books (and booklets) lying around the house at the moment – some have been knocking about for a little while, others newly arrived – which we really should have blogged about by now. I keep spotting them and making a mental note to write just a line or two about […]

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Third Time’s a Charm – Dodgem Logic #3

DODGEM LOGIC: THEY SAY THINGS HAPPEN IN THREES… With only its third issue just about to be released, Alan Moore’s mystifying neo-underground magazine Dodgem Logic has evidently forced a General Election, brought a government to its knees and secured the release of Twin Peaks Season Two on DVD. Those are the kind of results you […]

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Here comes Dodgem Logic #2

After the appreciative reception afforded to its premier edition, lauded throughout the gutters of the world, the second issue of Alan Moore’s mystifying new underground publication DODGEM LOGIC is available in early February. Delivering 52 pages of full-colour solid content thanks to its flinty-eyed Puritan policy of no advertisements, all for a frankly laughable £2.50, this plucky bi-monthly periodical is stuffed to the gills with wisdom and wonderment…

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Announcing: Alan Moore’s “Dodgem Logic”

Here is the press release for the latest wonderful project to rattle its way out of my dad’s brain: DODGEM LOGIC: Colliding ideas to see what happens. Forty years after the uproarious heyday of the alternative press, writer Alan Moore is launching the 21st century’s first underground magazine from his home town of Northampton, a […]

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