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    Default CBR: Alan Moore's "Dodgem Logic"

    CBR News speaks with comic book legend, Alan Moore, about his latest project, an underground magazine entitled "Dodgem Logic," what he does when he's not writing comics, and more.


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    I am pretty interested in this. Does this come out in November or December, I have seen multiple sites telling both, and when it does, will LCS's have it, if one special orders it through them?

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    I'm not sure the person conducting this interview understands the internet. It's completely uncontrolled by corporations. There are literally thousands of underground publications on the web.

    It's kind of frightening how wrong the writer is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by another_version View Post
    will LCS's have it, if one special orders it through them?
    Too many eviil corpreashuns involved !1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by another_version View Post
    I am pretty interested in this. Does this come out in November or December, I have seen multiple sites telling both, and when it does, will LCS's have it, if one special orders it through them?
    I suppose, as with any indie title, it really depends on whether a local comic shop consider it worth ordering. It has Alan Moore's name attached and is being distributed in the U.S. by Top Shelf. So there might be a greater than average chance of it appearing in your LCS.

    Quote Originally Posted by PhantomGambino View Post
    Too many eviil corpreashuns involved !1!
    Is that why he's distributing it in the U.S. through Top Shelf which has gotten From Hell and Lost Girls into both comic shops and mainstream bookstores?
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