Richard Case's unique contribution to the Alan Moore Songbook

#1 Edited by Roxanne Starr (9254 posts) - - Show Bio

Here's Richard's contribution to The Alan Moore Songbook...

#2 Posted by M.S. Feather (1555 posts) - - Show Bio

This is great!  London was probably my favorite song on the album (maybe a tie with Madame October).
I think the illustration fits it very well. ^^

#3 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9254 posts) - - Show Bio
@M.S. Feather
Yes, London is some very lovely music for sure. 
It's interesting that Tony didn't figure out what song that was, because anyone who spent any time in England would probably know that the song was about that particular city.
It was the first Alan Moore song I ever heard...and before I checked the list for the title (I had no idea what the title would be), I knew that it was a song about London. No other place in the world would have fit the description.
#4 Posted by Silkcuts (6040 posts) - - Show Bio

I wonder why "London" was only one picture, it should of had "John Constantine" somewhere in the background
Both comics are neat, the London one looks weird with a Pre- King Mob character before the Invisibles came out.
Thanks for the history lesson on the two songs.  Why is in Litvinov's Book Richard Case is listed as Richard Pace?

#5 Posted by Hawkeye446 (3975 posts) - - Show Bio

Wowee, I like those to A LOT. London was amazing, and the other had some wonderful lingo!

#6 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9254 posts) - - Show Bio


Ooooops, My mistake.


#7 Posted by Icarusflies (12762 posts) - - Show Bio

Wow, cool!!!!!


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