Robert and I have finished our annotations for Neonomicon issue #3. Enjoy – and let us know if there are things we missed or got wrong.
We’ve posted the basically-completed annotations for issue/chapter 2 of Neonomicon. All Moore-Lovecraft material is linked through our annotations index. If you haven’t already done so, we highly recommend reading The Courtyard first, and then Neonomicon. Our annotations contain lots of spoilers, and they won’t make that much sense unless you read the comics alongside them.
We’re still adding images and more detail. Let us know in the comments if there is anything we missed, and tell us what you think.
Annotations for Neonomicon #1 are here; #3 and #4 are coming soon.
We’ve posted the basically-completed annotations for issue/chapter 1 of Neonomicon. All Moore-Lovecraft material is linked through our annotations index. Though there’s plenty of good discussion of Neonomicon on-line, we didn’t find a panel-by-panel annotation for it, so we compiled ours. If you haven’t already, please read The Courtyard first, and then Neonomicon, because the annotations contain plenty of juicy spoilers. Let us know in the comments if there is anything we missed, or otherwise what you think.
We’re working to annotate the remaining Neonomicon issues 2-4, hopefully before Providence #1 comes out in May.
Robert Derie and I have our Providence annotations underway – find them at our annotations index page. Providence, the new comic book by Alan Moore and Jacen Burrows, doesn’t actually come out until May 2015, but the cover artwork for issues #1 and #2 are already available on-line. It’s not just the regular cover, but there are four variant covers for each issue: dreamscape, pantheon, portrait, and women of H.P. Lovecraft.
In addition, Robert has posted his excellent essay on Alan Moore’s road to Providence, and a bibliography listing of Moore’s Lovecraft-themed work, including comics, other fiction, various writings, and interviews. We’ll keep updating these as we go along… and we’re hoping to annotate Neonomicon, too, while we’re at it.
Enjoy. Please comment to let us know if you spot things that have gotten past us.
This is our very first post. We, Joe Linton and Robert Derie, plan to annotate Alan Moore’s Providence at this site. Providence comes out starting May 2015, but covers for the first two issues have already been publicized. Find annotations underway here.
We plan to include Neonomicon annotations, covers, links, background, and more.