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This is possibly one of my favorite League of Extraordinary Gentlemen stories. I loved seeing the heroes show up in the new millennium, and the pop culture references were great. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alex
Alan Moore finishes the LOEG for now. They find the bad guy, but rather than win, a more powerful character comes along. Read morePublished 4 months ago by mysterio seven
The cataclysmic conclusion of the trilogy. Pure Alan Moore style. You can hate or you can love it, but nevertheless, it's "Extraordinary"!Published 8 months ago by Roberto Piran
I love Alan Moore's writing but this is not his best work at all. I actually found these kind of erratic.Published 15 months ago by PrimeTime
They do no apply to a comic like this...
If you like it, you like it; if you don't...
Worth it for any League-series fan. The ending was unexpected and amazing. In retrospect they were building up to it in the previous two books but when it happened, it was great.Published 21 months ago by CChard
There's a lot to love in Century 2009, and unfortunately there's also a lot to hate. The novel opens with Orlando, who has undergone a pretty major personality change from how she... Read morePublished 21 months ago by James B.