After a 2003 adaptation of Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s graphic novel failed to launch a hoped-for franchise—and a 2013 TV series never made it past the pilot stage—20th Century Fox is once again tackling The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Collider is reporting that a planned reboot of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is in the works, and that this one will be “female-centric”.
Fox really wants to make Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen a franchise. They wanted to do it with the fairly disastrous 2003 movie. They wanted to try again with a TV show. And now they’re picking themselves up and trying again.
Forget the unnecessary addition of Tom Sawyer and the other departures from Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's comics. Florian Liedtke imagines a title sequence for a different League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie taken straight from the comics, with a revamped cast.
Plenty of science fiction and fantasy stories have angels and demons wandering around. Or minor deities, like Glory in Buffy. But a few stories dare to introduce THE God. The Judeo-Christian Supreme Being. Here are the absolute wildest stories where God makes an appearance.
Summer is giving us one last heat wave before turning into fall, and your humble post-apocalyptic fake mailman couldn’t be more ready for some cool weather. You know what the truest mark of civilization is? It’s not buildings, language, community, or even social justice. It’s goddamned air conditioning.
We love Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic series. However, we were less in love with the live-action movie version. But, that's all in the past now. Fox wants to start fresh with a TV series just for the literary heroes.
This is bloody hilarious. Davinder Brar, Chris Bird (of the website Mighty God King), and Andrew Wheeler have taken Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's fictional superteam conceit and applied it to the 1990s.
There are a ton of new bizarre reads on the spinner racks this Wednesday. First off, Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill release the final chapter of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century, 2009, which includes a guest appearance by a certain magical British adolescent:
If you're a fictional character, death can arrive rather swiftly and creatively. It's your job to go out like an absolute champ so that non-fictional readers and audiences remember your passing and holler your praises on the internet. Here are ten times science fiction and fantasy heroes lost their lives with panache.
Over the weekend, Alan Moore engaged in a 2.5-hour webchat as a fundraiser for Cleveland's Harvey Pekar Library Statue. During this frank conversation, the Bearded Master addressed questions about his feud with Grant Morrison (short answer: there isn't one), why he wrote Neonomicon ("Because I had a massive, massive…
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century - 1969 sees Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's Britannic literary superteam in Love Generation London, where Aleister Crowley analogue Oliver Haddo conspires with Terner Purple, a thinly veiled reference to Mick Jagger's role in the rock-and-roll drama Performance.
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen return, and this time they're higher than kites! Also, everyone in Manhattan becomes a friendly neighborhood Spider-Person. Just your standard week in comics, folks.
We're used to seeing Alex Ross' hyper-realistic style being applied to such straight-faced comic projects as Kingdom Come and Marvels, so it's a bit of a mindblower seeing him mash up the cast of 30 Rock with The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. And given that this painting has Judah Friedlander as a Martian, this…
The cruel economics of Comic-Con dictate that gee-whiz collectibles (produced in ludicrously small quantities) will be rewarded to those who make the pilgrimage to San Diego. Here are the 2011 exclusives destined to whip convention-goers into a rampage.
Although science fiction usually looks to the skies, there's a whole world of wonder and mystery beneath the ocean's surface. When you need some advanced submarines to go exploring, these are the fourteen best.
James Bond saves the world sometimes. So does Captain Kirk. But at least in the movies, superheroes don't - they're too busy fighting personal spats. Here's why superheroes on the big screen should save the damn world now and then.When you look at it this way, a progression becomes pretty obvious — in…
He may already be the most iconic character in detective fiction, but who says Sherlock Holmes doesn't have a place in science fiction as well? We explore some of the Victorian sleuth's most fantastic adventures.
Ever wanted the chance to ask famous comic writer - not to mention wizard and sock-worshipper - Alan Moore a question? Now you have the chance, thanks to a comic book store and the internet.