On Sunday 31st of July, Kevin O’Neill came to Dave’s Comics in Brighton to sign copies of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century 1969. We had a chat with him and recorded it.  In the interview we ask some questions which follow on from our 2009 interview with Kevin.

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Thanks very much to everyone at Dave’s Comics for letting us conduct the interview on their comfy upstairs couch and thanks of course to Kevin for being so forthcoming.

Annocommentations for LoEG 1969 part 1 & part 2

7 Responses to “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century 1969: Kevin O’Neill Interview”

  1. Mindless Ones » Blog Archive » The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century 1969: the annocommentations part II Says:

    [...] Interview with Kevin O’Neill here [...]

  2. Richard Pachter Says:

    Great stuff! Thanks much, O’ Mindless Ones.

  3. Mindless Ones » Blog Archive » The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century 1969: the annocommentations part III Says:

    [...] Interview with Kevin O’Neill here [...]

  4. Thrills Says:

    This is excellent stuff. This interview and the current load of ‘League’ posts are making me sad that I’ve not been able to pick up the latest LOTG stuff yet. Money, it’s always a problem!

    I’ve been rereading Nemesis lately – Kevin O’Neill’s pretty much always been great, hasn’t he? So much raw invention in his art, I can’t think of anyone else who draws quite like him.

  5. Chazz Says:

    Thanks for this interview, I met Kevin O’Neill at The Big Apple Con a couple of years ago back when TLOEG Century 1910 first came out and he was doing a signing, a fascinating man and a unique artist.

  6. Phil Says:

    Great interview. I met Alan Moore last year (he signed my copy of 1910!) and he was giddy as a schoolgirl about Kevin’s artwork for 1969. I’ve been dying to get my hands on it ever since and it didn’t disappoint

  7. Mindless Ones » Blog Archive » The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century 1969: the annocommentations part IV Says:

    [...] that Moore did have other things on his mind. As Kevin O’Neill was at pains to point out in our last interview with him, free love was largely the preserve of men. Things might have been improving for women in the [...]

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