The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Black Dossier

Book - 2007
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Mina Murray and Allan Quatermain, associates in the Murray Group, steal the Black Dossier, which contains a century of secrets about the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and are chased through 1950s England as they learn about their own past.
Publisher: La Jolla, CA : WildStorm Productions, c2007.
Branch Call Number: 741.5 MOO
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,chiefly col. ill. ;,26 cm.
Additional Contributors: O'Neill, Kevin 1953-
Alternative Title: Black dossier


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Apr 08, 2015

Great for readers who would like to dive deeper into the mythos of the LXG. Alan Moore blends a plethora of classic literature charachters and moments into one cohesive piece of fiction. He includes an eclectic compilation of documents (including one very entertaining beatnik novel) and a peek into the "Blazing World". Sure to excite literature geeks everywhere!

Mar 06, 2012

For Wodehouse fans who might've heard about the story in this book titled "What Ho, Gods of the Abyss" (which involves Wodehouse's Bertie Wooster having a run in with H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulu): The title is the most clever bit of this send up. The dense, dull writing only bluntly mimics Wodehouse's and the story isn't really much of a story at all. The most amusing thing about the tale is that the author has Bertie going to his Aunt Dahlia's to help clear her property of weeds and overgrown plants due to her gardener being ill. Bertie Wooster doing heavy landscaping? I think not.

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