Moore, Gaiman, & Morrison Spotlighted in The British Invasion!

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  1. Jeff Nettleton says:

    Hopefully, it acknowledges both the contributions of Alan Grant and John Wagner, who set the tone for 2000 AD, where (most) of these guys cut their teeth, and the influence of Michael Moorcock, who seems to loom large over British writers of pulp and fantasy.

    • Mindy Newell says:

      Totally agree, Jeff!

      I might also add, in a spirit of jealous discontent, that the Brits, as talented as Moore, Gaiman, Wagne, Grant, Morrison,, are, were also ALLOWED a lot more free rein than the creators–mostly American–were given by DC.