Alan Moore bibliography

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Alan Moore Bibliography
Alan Moore
Active period 1975–present
Publishers
Marvel UK 1980–1984
DC Comics 1980–1986
1983–1987
Image Comics 1991–2000
America's Best Comics 1999–2006
Avatar Press 2003–present

This is a bibliography of works by British author and comic book writer Alan Moore.

Comics[edit]

Early work[edit]

Short stories and strips published in various British magazines and newspapers include:

  • Embryo #5: "Once There Were Daemons" (script and art, Northampton Arts Lab, 1971)
  • Anon #1–5: "Anon E. Mouse" (script and art, 1974–1975)
  • The Back Street Bugle (EOA Books):
    • "St. Pancras Panda" (script and art, in #6–12, 14, 16, 18, 22, 25, 1978–1979)
    • "Moeby Palliative" (script and art, in No. 15, 1979)
    • "Fat Jap Defamation Funnies" (script and art, in No. 23, 1979)
    • "Just Another Day" (script, with Dick Foreman, in No. 42, 1980)
  • Dark Star (as Curt Vile, Dark Star):
    • "The Avenging Hunchback" (script and art, in No. 19, 1979)
    • "Kultural Krime Komix" (script and art, in No. 20, 1979)
    • "Talcum Powder" (script and art, with Pedro Henry, aka Steve Moore, in No. 21, 1979)
    • "Three Eyes McGurck and His Death Planet Commandos" (art, with Pedro Henry, in #22–25, 1979–1980)
  • Sounds (as Curt Vile, Spotlight Publications):
    • "Roscoe Moscow: Who Killed Rock n' Roll?" (script and art, 1979–1980)
    • "The Stars My Degradation" (script and art, with Pedro Henry, 1980–1983)
    • "Ten Little Liggers" (script and art, 1980)
    • "The Rock and Roll Zoo" (script and art, 1981)
    • "Christmas on Depravity" (script and art, with Pedro Henry, 1981)
    • "The Bride of Pressbutton" (script and art, 1982)
  • Maxwell the Magic Cat (as Jill de Ray, script and art, strip in Northampton Post, 1979–1986)
  • Scant Applause (as Curt Vile, script and art, strip in Frantic Winter Special, 1979)

Marvel UK[edit]

Titles published by Marvel UK include:

  • Doctor Who Magazine:
    • "Black Legacy" (with David Lloyd, in #35–38, 1980)
    • "Business as Usual" (with David Lloyd, in #40–43, 1980)
    • "Star Death" (with John Stokes, in No. 47, 1980)
    • "The 4-D War" (with David Lloyd, in No. 51, 1981)
    • "Black Sun Rising" (with David Lloyd, in No. 57, 1981)
  • 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)
  • Marvel Super-Heroes:
    • Captain Britain Omnibus (hc, 688 pages, Marvel, 2009, ISBN 0-7851-3760-2) includes:
      • "Jaspers' Warp: Prelude" (uncredited, with Alan Davis, in No. 386, 1982)
      • "A Crooked World" (with Alan Davis, in No. 387, 1982)
      • "Graveyard Shift" (with Alan Davis, in No. 388, 1982)
      • "A Short History of Britain" (text story, in No. 389, 1982)
    • Night Raven:
      • "The Cure" (text story with illustrations by Mick Austin and Paul Neary, in #390–391, 1982)
      • "White Hopes, Red Nightmares" (text story with illustrations by Paul Neary, in #393-392, 1982–1983)
      • "Sadie's Story" (text story with illustrations by Paul Neary, in #394–395, 1983)
  • Not the World Cup (The Official Souvenir Brochure): "Not! The World Cup" (with Barrie Mitchell, 1982)
  • The Daredevils:
    • Captain Britain Omnibus (hc, 688 pages, Marvel, 2009, ISBN 0-7851-3760-2) includes:
      • "A Rag, a Bone, and a Hank of Hair" (with Alan Davis, in #1, 1983)
      • "An Englishman's Home" (with Alan Davis, in #2, 1983)
      • "Thicker Than Water" (with Alan Davis, in #3, 1983)
      • "Killing Ground" (with Alan Davis, in #4–5, 1983)
      • "Judgement Day" (with Alan Davis, in #6, 1983)
      • "Rough Justice" (with Alan Davis, in #7, 1983)
      • "Arrivals" (with Alan Davis, in #8, 1983)
      • "Waiting for the End of the World" (with Alan Davis, in #9, 1983)
      • "The Sound and the Fury" (with Alan Davis, in #10, 1983)
      • "But They Never Really Die" (with Alan Davis, in #11, 1983)
    • Night Raven:
      • "The Anaesthetic, Wearing Off" (text story with illustrations by David Lloyd, in No. 6, 1983)
      • "The Snow Queen" (text story with illustrations by Alan Davis, in #7–10, 1983)
    • "Grit!" (with Mike Collins, in No. 8, 1983)
  • The Mighty World of Marvel:
    • Captain Britain Omnibus (hc, 688 pages, Marvel, 2009, ISBN 0-7851-3760-2) includes:
      • "The Candlelight Dialogues" (with Alan Davis, in #7, 1983)
      • "The Twisted World (Reprise)" (with Alan Davis, in #8, 1984)
      • "Among Those Dark Satanic Mills" (with Alan Davis, in #9, 1984)
      • "Anarchy in the UK" (with Alan Davis, in #10, 1984)
      • "Foolsmate" (with Alan Davis, in #11, 1984)
      • "Endgame" (with Alan Davis, in #12, 1984)
      • "A Funeral on Otherworld" (with Alan Davis, in #13, 1984)

IPC Media[edit]

Titles published by IPC Media include:

  • 2000 AD:
    • "A Holiday in Hell" (with Dave Harwood, in Sci-Fi Special '80, 1980)
    • Ro-Jaws' Robo-Tales:
    • The Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks (tpb, 208 pages, Rebellion, 2011, ISBN 1-9079-9250-2) collects:
      • Ro-Jaws' Robo-Tales: "The Final Solution" (with Steve Dillon, in #189–190, 1980)
      • Future Shocks:
        • "Grawks Bearing Gifts" (with Q Twark, in No. 203, 1981)
        • "The Return of the Two-Storey Brain!" (with Mike White, in No. 209, 1981)
        • "The English/Phlondrutian Phrase Book" (with Brendan McCarthy, in No. 214, 1981)
        • "The Last Rumble of the Platinum Horde" (with John Higgins, in No. 217, 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)
    • "Southern Comfort" (as RE-Wright (due to Moore's dissatisfaction with the final story),[1] with Walter Howarth, in Sci-Fi Special '81, 1981)
    • Ro-Busters:
      • The Complete Ro-Busters (tpb, 336 pages, Rebellion, 2008, ISBN 1-9054-3782-X) includes:
        • "Bax the Burner" (with Steve Dillon, in Annual '82, 1981)
        • "Old Red Eyes is Back" (with Bryan Talbot, in Annual '83, 1982)
        • "Stormeagles are Go!" (with Joe Eckers, in Annual '84, 1983)
    • Rogue Trooper:
      • Rogue Trooper: Tales of Nu-Earth Volume 1 (tpb, 400 pages, Rebellion, 2010, ISBN 1-9067-3534-4) includes:
        • "Pray for War" (with Brett Ewins, in Annual '83, 1982)
        • "First of the Few" (with Jesus Redondo, in Annual '84, 1983)
    • Skizz: "First Contact" (with Jim Baikie, in #308–330, 1983) collected as Skizz (tpb, 104 pages, Titan, 2002, ISBN 1-8402-3450-4)
    • The Complete D.R. and Quinch (tpb, 128 pages, Rebellion, 2010, ISBN 1-9067-3588-3) collects:
      • "D.R. and Quinch Have Fun on Earth!" (with Alan Davis, in #317, 1983)
      • "D.R. and Quinch Go Straight" (with Alan Davis, in #350–351, 1984)
      • "D.R. and Quinch Go Girl Crazy" (with Alan Davis, in #352–354, 1984)
      • "D.R. and Quinch Get Drafted" (with Alan Davis, in #355–359, 1984)
      • "D.R. and Quinch Go to Hollywood" (with Alan Davis, in #363–367, 1984)
      • "D.R. and Quinch Get Back to Nature" (with Alan Davis, in Sci-Fi Special '85, 1985)
    • The Complete Ballad of Halo Jones (tpb, 202 pages, Rebellion, 2010, ISBN 1-9067-3593-X) collects:
      • "Book 1" (with Ian Gibson, in #376–385, 1984)
      • "Book 2 Prologue" (with Ian Gibson, in No. 405, 1985)
      • "Book 2" (with Ian Gibson, in #406–415, 1985)
      • "Book 3 Prologue" (with Ian Gibson, in No. 451, 1986)
      • "Book 3" (with Ian Gibson, in #452–466, 1986)
    • ABC Warriors: "Red Planet Blues" (with Steve Dillon, in Annual '85, 1984)
  • Eagle:
  • Scream! #1: "Monster" (with Heinzl, 1984)

Other UK publishers[edit]

Titles published by various British publishers include:

DC Comics[edit]

Titles published by DC Comics include:

Eclipse Comics[edit]

Titles published by Eclipse include:

Image Comics/Awesome Comics[edit]

Titles published by Image and its Awesome imprint include:

  • Spawn:
  • 1963 #1–6 (with Rick Veitch and Stephen R. Bissette, 1993)
  • Violator:
  • Shadowhawks of Legend #1: "Shadows in the Sand" (with Steve Leialoha, 1995)
  • The Maxx No. 21 (with Sam Kieth, 1996) collected in The Maxx Volume 4 (tpb, 144 pages, 2005, ISBN 1-4012-0613-1)
  • Supreme:
    • The Story of the Year (tpb, 332 pages, Checker Book Publishing, 2003, ISBN 0-9710-2495-2) collects:
      • "The Supreme Story of the Year..." (with Joe Bennett and Keith Giffen, in No. 41, 1996)
      • "Secret Origins" (with Joe Bennett and Rick Veitch, in No. 42, 1996)
      • "Obscured Clouds!" (with Dan Jurgens, Joe Bennett and Rick Veitch, in No. 43, 1996)
      • "The Age of Gold" (with Richard Horie, Bill Wray and Rick Veitch, in No. 44, 1996)
      • "Featuring Supreme's Pal Billy Friday" (with Joe Bennett and Rick Veitch, in No. 45, 1997)
      • "The Girl of Our Dreams!" (with J Morrigan and Rick Veitch, in No. 46, 1997)
      • "The Finest of All Possible Worlds" (with J Morrigan, Joe Bennett and Rick Veitch, in No. 47, 1997)
      • "Just Imagine" (with Mark Pajarillo, Stephen Platt and Rick Veitch, in No. 48, 1997)
      • "There is a Light That Never Goes Out..." (with Mark Pajarillo, in No. 49, 1997)
      • "A Love Supreme" (with Chris Sprouse, Stephen Platt and Rick Veitch, in No. 50, 1997)
      • "A Roster of Rogues" (with J Morrigan and Rick Veitch, in No. 51, 1997)
      • "The Return of Darius Dax" (with J Morrigan and Mark Pajarillo, in #52A-52B, 1997)
    • "Tales of the Supremacy featuring Squeak the Supremouse" (with Kevin O'Neill, in #52A, 1997)
    • "Public Service Announcement: National Flashlight Battery Inspection Day!" (with Rick Veitch, in #52B, 1997)
    • The Return (tpb, 258 pages, Checker Book Publishing, 2003, ISBN 0-9710-2496-0) collects:
      • "19th Dimensional Nervous Breakdown!" (with Chris Sprouse, in #53, 1997)
      • "The Ballad of Judy Jordan" (with Melinda Gebbie, Chris Sprouse and Rick Veitch, in No. 54, 1997)
      • "Silence at Gettysburg" (with Gil Kane and Chris Sprouse, in No. 55, 1997)
      • "The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side" (with Chris Sprouse and Rick Veitch, in No. 56, 1998)
      • Supreme: The Return #1–6 (with Chris Sprouse, Jim Starlin, Rick Veitch, Jim Baikie, Matthew Dow Smith, Ian Churchill and Rob Liefeld, 1999–2000)
    • "Special Bonus Feature!" (with J Morrigan, in No. 54, 1997)
    • "Revelations" (with Erik Larsen, in No. 63, 2012)
  • Judgment Day (tpb, 162 pages, Checker Book Publishing, 2003, ISBN 0-9741-6645-6) collects:
    • "Heroes, Heroines & Homicide" (with Rob Liefeld, Gil Kane, Stephen Platt, Keith Giffen, Adam Pollina and Dan Jurgens, in #Α, 1997)
    • "The Trial" (with Rob Liefeld, Chris Sprouse, Steve Skroce, Stephen Platt, Jim Starlin and Terry Dodson, in #Ω, 1997)
    • "Brought to Book" (with Rob Liefeld, Jeff Johnson, Rick Veitch and Ian Churchill, in No. 3, 1997)
    • "Youngblood Prologue featuring Shaft" (with Steve Skroce, in Awesome Holiday Special, 1997)
    • Judgment Day: Aftermath (with Gil Kane, one-shot, 1998)
  • Youngblood:
    • "A Brief History of Twilight" (with Steve Skroce, in #1+, 1997)
    • "Prologue (featuring Shaft)" (with Steve Skroce, in #1+, 1997)
    • "Occupations" (with Steve Skroce, in v3 No. 1, 1998)
    • "Bad Blood" (with Steve Skroce, in v3 No. 2, 1998)
    • "Dandy in the Underworld" (with Steve Skroce, in Awesome Adventures! No. 1, 1999)
    • Alan Moore's Awesome Universe Handbook (with Alex Ross, 1999)
  • Glory #0: "Glory and the Gate of Tears" (with Brandon Peterson, 1999)
  • Mr. Monster's Gal Friday... Kelly #3: "It's Kelly's Boyfriend... Mr. Monster – Shopping" (with Alan Smith and Pete Williamson, 2000)

Wildstorm/America's Best Comics[edit]

Titles published by Wildstorm and its ABC imprint include:

Other US publishers[edit]

Titles published by various American publishers include:

Text stories and prose[edit]

  • "A Hypothetical Lizard" (in Liavek: Wizard's Row, Ace Books, 1987; The Year's Best Fantasy, 1989; Demons and Dreams, 1989; Words Without Pictures, 1990)
  • "Alphabets of Desire" (limited print designed and lettered by Todd Klein, available only from Klein's website)
  • "The Children's Hour" (in Now We Are Sick, 1991)
  • "The Courtyard" (in The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute to H. P. Lovecraft, February 1995)
  • "The Gun" (in Batman Annual, 1985, UK; illustrated by Garry Leach)
  • "Here Comes the Jetsons" (in Sounds, 4 April 1981; illustrated by Moore)
  • "I was Superman's Double" (in Superman Annual, 1985, UK; illustrated by Bob Wakelin)
  • "Mystery and Abomination" (in Sounds, 8 August 1981; illustrated by Moore)
  • "Protected Species" (Superman story in The Superheroes Annual, 1984; illustrated by Bryan Talbot)
  • "Recognition" (in Dust: A Creation Book Reader)
  • "Sawdust Memories" (in Knave, December 1984)
  • "Terror Couple Kill Telegram Sam in the Flat Field" (in Sounds, 14 February 1982, the title is a reference to the band Bauhaus; illustrated by Moore)
  • "To The Humfo" (in Weird Windows No. 1, 1970)
  • "Zaman's Hill" (in Dust: A Creation Book Reader, 1996)

Novels and illustrated books[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

As well as his run on Captain Britain in The Daredevils Moore contributed text Night Raven stories, fanzine reviews and a number of long articles (writing up to 24 pages out of the 54, for example in issue #5). The non-fiction pieces include:

  • "The Importance of Being Frank" (The Daredevils #1–2, about Frank Miller, 1983)[5]
  • "Stan Lee: Blinded by the Hype – An Affectionate Character Assassination" (The Daredevils #3–4, 1983)
  • "Invisible Girls and Phantom Ladies" (The Daredevils #4–5, about sexism in comics, 1983)
  • "O Superman: Music & comics" (The Daredevils #5, 1983)
  • "About the Special Executive" (The Daredevils #5, 1983)

Other work includes:

Introductions to work by others[edit]

Audio recordings[edit]

Adaptations of Moore works in other media[edit]

Comics[edit]

Films[edit]

Television[edit]

Works about Alan Moore[edit]

There have been numerous works (books, films and academic studies) examining Moore and his output.

Books[edit]

Films[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "glycon: Society of Strip Illustration". Glycon.livejournal.com. Retrieved 10 October 2010. 
  2. ^ "glycon: A True Story". Glycon.livejournal.com. Retrieved 10 October 2010. 
  3. ^ Mique BeltránMax CabanesMick McMahonBaruFrancesca GhermandiJavier MariscalJean-Philippe StassenKellie StromFrancois AvrilIsabel KreitzRachael BallMax AnderssonStefano RicciFrancois BoucqJamie HewlettMaxEdmond BaudoinEd PinsentJacques de LoustalJohn M. BurnsJoakim PirinenLorenzo MattottiChristian GornyEver Meulen. See glycon: Outbreak of Violets. Accessed 6 May 2008
  4. ^ "Catalog > Top Shelf Productions". Topshelfcomix.com. 2 October 2010. Retrieved 10 October 2010. 
  5. ^ The Importance of Being Frank, in .cbz format
  6. ^ "2006 interview with Alan Moore". Readysteadybook.com. 18 April 2008. Retrieved 10 October 2010. 
  7. ^ Alan Moore talks Dodgem Logic, Mustard
  8. ^ WW Philly: The Avatar Panel, Newsarama, 1 June 2008
  9. ^ MJ Simpson reviews Ragnarok. Accessed 21 January 2008
  10. ^ Publisher profile for Kimota[dead link]
  11. ^ Publisher profile for The Extraordinary Works of Alan Moore[dead link]
  12. ^ "Publisher information for ''Heroes & Monsters''". Monkeybrainbooks.com. Archived from the original on 9 October 2010. Retrieved 10 October 2010. 
  13. ^ "Publisher information for ''A Blazing World''". Monkeybrainbooks.com. Archived from the original on 9 October 2010. Retrieved 10 October 2010. 

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