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Panel Borders: ‘From Hell’ and Psycho Geography

October 23, 2008

Panel Borders: ‘From Hell’ and Psycho Geography*
Uncut version of an interview originally broadcast 23/10/08, on Resonance 104.4 FM (London) as an episode of Strip!

Continuing Eddie Campbell month on Resonance FM… Alex Fitch talks to writer and magician Alan Moore about collaborating with Eddie Campbell on his masterpiece From Hell and the two comic book adaptations of his performances Snakes and Ladders and The Birth Caul. Alex and Alan talk about the experience of documenting Whitechapel in the past and present and Alan’s growing interest in psychogeography in London and beyond.
(With thanks to Dutch underground filmmaker Theo Lismith** for use of his kitchen to do the recording in…)

*Alex is aware that psychogeography is all one word but as From Hell is all about Geography and the exploits of a Psychopath…
**Oli Smith is aware of this bad joke, which Alex finds amusing…

For more info and a variety of formats you can download, please visit the home of this podcast at archive.org

Links: To hear Alex’s other interviews with / about Alan Moore, click here – including a video interview with Alan about Lost Girls
To hear Alex’s interviews with Eddie Campbell, click here, including their most recent chat in which Eddie gives his opinion about the From Hell movie…
Wikipedia pages on From Hell, Snakes and Ladders / The Birth Caul, Alan Moore, Eddie Campbell and psychogeography
Buy From Hell from www.topshelfcomix.com (U.S) or Knockabout comics (U.K.), who also stock ‘A disease of language’ which reprints Snakes and Ladders and The Birth Caul
Eddie Campbell’s blog
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Comics / Sci-Fi News:

London Movie Comic Media Expo

At the London Excel centre on the 25th & 26th October, the worlds of comics, film, games and TV collide as the MCM expo hits London, featuring appearances and panels by the stars of Heroes, Merlin, and Battlestar Galactica plus lumiaries from some of the best comic books and graphic novels currently available such as Charlie Higson, Kev Walker, Ben Templesmith, Oliver Lambden and Laurence Powell.
Tickets and more info available at www.londonexpo.com

Handmade and Bound

Handmade & Bound is an independent fair with affordable, handmade artists’ books, comics and zines. An ideal place to meet and buy the work of cutting edge small press creators such as Marc Ellerby, Sean Duffield and Jimi Gherkin…
Saturday 8 November 2008, St Aloysius Social Club, Phoenix Road, London NW1 (nearest tube Euston). 12-6pm. Free entry.
Evening entertainment 8pm-12am: DJs and bands, including The Slim Reaper and Her Magic Powers.
More info at www.handmadeandbound.com

Also: At Harrods, Knightsbridge, Rich Johnston has curated an exhibtion of original comic book art by industry luminaries such as Sean Phillips and Raymond Briggs, open from now until the end of October…
More info at and at Sean’s blog.

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