League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 1910

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Diamond Comic Distributors, May 19, 2009 - Armageddon - 80 pages
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As the 20th century begins, a league of extraordinary people--Allan Quatermain, Captain Nemo, Hawley Griffin, Dr. Henry Jekyll, Mr. Edward Hyde, Mina Murray--is formed in England to help the Empire deal with new dangers. Each self-contained narrative takes place in three distinct eras, building to an apocalyptic conclusion occurring in our own twenty-first century.

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Review: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 1910 (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #3.1)

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The Edwardian return to the League of Extraordinary Gentle is heavy on atmosphere and on characters who have profounds effects, but are ultimately incidental to the comic arc. Jinni Nemo's story line ... Read full review

Review: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 1910 (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #3.1)

User Review  - Goodreads

The Edwardian return to the League of Extraordinary Gentle is heavy on atmosphere and on characters who have profounds effects, but are ultimately incidental to the comic arc. Jinni Nemo's story line ... Read full review

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Alan Moore has designed and created everything from books to businesses. He has a unique grasp on the forces that are reshaping our world and how to creatively respond to them. Working on six continents, Alan has shared his knowledge in the form of board and advisory positions at companies such as Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and The Coca Cola Company, workshops and speaking as well as teaching in institutions as wide ranging as MIT and Reading University s Typography Department, Sloan School of Management and INSEAD. He is the author of four books on creativity, marketing and business transformation including 'No Straight Lines: making sense of our nonlinear world' (2011). He still works as an artist. He tries everyday to lead a life as beautifully as he possibly can.

Kevin O'Neill is Assistant Professor in the Department for the Study of Religion and the Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies, University of Toronto. He is author of "City of God: Christian Citizenship in Postwar Guatemala" (UC Press, 2010) and coeditor, with Alex Laban Hinton, of "Genocide: Truth, Memory, and Representation".

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