From Hell: Being a Melodrama in Sixteen Parts

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Knockabout Comics, 2006 - Detective and mystery comic books, strips, etc - 572 pages
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Following the huge success of From Hell, Knockabout presents a stunning volume comprising a new story by Alan Moore, Snakes and Ladders, based on a performance given on Red Lion Square in Holborn. The other story, originally a performance piece by Alan Moore and Tim Perkins, was adapted as a comic by Eddie Campbell. It is a shamanism of childhood, a journey from the present to the past, back into the womb and beyond. The last part of this volume is an extensive interview of Alan Moore he gave Eddie Campbell for his self-published magazine, Egomania.

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A comprehensive and well researched book. - Goodreads
Alternately hard to read and impossible to put down. - Goodreads
I feel it fully compliments Alan Moore's writing. - Goodreads
Brilliant narration and illustrations. - Goodreads
Painstakingly researched and very atmospheric. - Goodreads
Not a huge fan of the artwork. - Goodreads

Review: From Hell (From Hell #1-11)

User Review  - Keely - Goodreads

Ripperology is a mess of theories and conspiracies, an impossible puzzle which obsessive writers turn into narratives that tell us more about the author than about crime or murder. Moore knows this as ... Read full review

Review: From Hell (From Hell #1-11)

User Review  - Jeff - Goodreads

This is the most detailed and complex graphic novel you will ever read. Alan Moore creates a story based on a particular theory of Jack the Ripper. The novel is filled with primary sources about the ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Cover artist Eddie Campbell created the Bacchus comic series and the semiautobiographical Alec graphic novels, and is the artist behind From Hell (created with Alan Moore). Campbell lives in Australia. The print and ebook editions of The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains include Campbell's original art throughout.

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