Alan Moore’s Exit Interview:
On 25 years of creating comics, the state of the medium and the industry, and what the future may hold for all concerned.

Veteran comics journalist Bill Baker presents a brand new, extended conversation with Alan Moore, the highly influential and often controversial author of From Hell, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, V For Vendetta, Watchmen and numerous other graphic novels and entertainments.


This brand new, three-plus hour interview with the author of Lost Girls, From Hell and numerous other classic comics, opens with Moore's extensive and detailed personal postmortem of his commercial comics career. The conversation eventually turns to his thoughts concerning the state of the art and industry, before moving on to touch upon Lost Girls, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and Jerusalem, his new novel, among other topics. Alan Moore's Exit Interview offers an intimate portrait of the artist within the context of his business, revealing both what he's accomplished and what it's cost him--personally and professionally--to remain true to himself and his art.

6 x 8 Soft Cover, 80 pgs
B&W spot illustrations

$10.00

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Get a double dose of Alan Moore in this web exclusive pairing of books featurning Bill Baker's extensive and revealing interviews with the White Mage of Northampton. Each of these sets contains a copy of the long sold out and increasingly rare Alan Moore Spells It Out, essentially a wide-ranging and detailed conversation with Moore on his creative process, coupled with a copy of the recently released Alan Moore's Exit Interview, which presents the iconoclastic author's own detailed postmortem of his storied career. As a bonus, both books are signed by Bill Baker.

These are the final copies of Spells It Out from the author's own stash, and once they're gone, this edition won't be available--outside of the collector's market--ever again.

6 x 8 Soft Covers, 80 pgs
B&W spot illustrations
$25.00

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