The artwork is once again pitch perfect throughout, with straightforward paneling jam-packed with detail.
The characters get a little deeper and sometimes sadistic this time around, but their relationships with eachother are the only engine that keeps this story going.
Having heard that LXG was based off a comic book, made me want to go to the literature and see what it was made of.
If like me, your first exposure to LOEG was the movie, then the original comic is likely to disturb and fascinate you. Read morePublished 6 months ago by T. Edmund
The first League of Extraordinary Gentlemen volume was outstanding and really pulled me into the lore. This was a worthy successor. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alex
This book was very fun as well as enlightening. Allan Moore deals with some pretty heavy content while injecting a sense of dark humor into some of the more disturbing subjects. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Anonymous23
There are actually 3 parts to this graphic novel so I'll talk about each of them separately.
The comic. I thought the story was a cool idea and I LOVE the art. BUT... Read more
I would give TLoEG 2 a 3.5 if I could, but I decided to round down. This sequel to the fabulous first volume has a lot to love, but does drop the ball significantly. Read morePublished 15 months ago by James B.
Stories and writing second to none - Alan Moore is a master of the art. Kevin O'Neill's art is an acquired taste but is indisputably unique, creative, and accessible. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Michael Romack
I generally enjoyed the plot of Volume 2. I was excited to see what adventure the characters would get into this time. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Tawni
Ughh. I am so disappointed in this book. I had heard so many good things about Moore, about his graphic novels, etc. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Zalmorion the Fantastic
Highly recommended reading! Moore's take on the Martian Invasion of 1898 is as fascinating as it is disconcerting. Character development is phenomenal, particularly for Mr. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jason Wright