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Dodgem Logic - Number No. 1 One I

Moore, Alan

ISBN 10: 0861661648 / ISBN 13: 9780861661640
Published by Knockabout, UK, 2010
Used Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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Magazine appears unread and near sharp. Includes a CD titled 'Nation Of Saints - 50 Years of Northampton Music' attached to the first page and an insert that pulls out titled 'Notes from Noho'. The first issue of a short lived magazine founded by Alan Moore and featuring his writing along with a host of many other contributors. Very psychedelic design work throughout it's glossy pages and Moore contributes a lengthy essay on Underground Comix. Full color throughout! 44 pages including covers! Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 003291

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Title: Dodgem Logic - Number No. 1 One I

Publisher: Knockabout, UK

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Stapled Pictorial Wraps

Illustrator: Various

Book Condition:Near Fine

Edition: First Edition

Book Type: Periodical - Glossy Magazine

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From Knockabout Comics. Dodgem Logic is committed to alleviating the attendant sense of anguish and despair by brightening the world with the astonishing cartoon-work of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen's sublime Kevin O'Neill or that of underground legend Savage Pencil; the musings of Father Ted, The IT Crowd and Black Book's own Graham Linehan or of the nation's sweetheart, the implacably positive Josie Long; even a delirious commemoration of the lunar landing's anniversary by the masterful Steve Aylett. In addition to a variously-hosted women's column launched by Lost Girls co-creator and erstwhile underground cartoon artist Melinda Gebbie, Mr. Moore will himself be contributing a lead feature on the history of underground subversive publishing from its origins in the 13th century, along with various illustrations and words of advice. All these and many other sterling features, Including a free CD of Alan Moore-approved music.

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