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League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen tripod (2002).

The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Martian tripod.

H.G. Wells did not flinch from attempting to show the horror and depravations caused by an alien invasion in The War of the Worlds, but writing at the turn of the 19th century, he had to work within certain boundaries of taste. Writer Alan Moore and artist Kevin O'Neill had no such fetters on their imagination for The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and in the 2nd volume of their acclaimed series, pull out all the stops to show the true horrors of a Martian invasion. This is a war fought without qualm or .... read more.

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The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, cover. The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Tripod.

League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen cover.

League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen tripod.

See also


Classics Illustrated 124

Classics Illustrated 124. The most famous and enduring comic book adaptation of The War of the Worlds.

The Haven and the Hellweed

The Haven and the Hellweed. A gritty vision of a modern day Earth under the heel of the Martians. A more realistic counterpoint to the Killraven series.

War of the Worlds from Dark Horse Comics

The War of the Worlds. The Dark Horse Comics version of the War of the Worlds is one of the most faithful adapatations of the original novel.

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