By and large, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is in its usual fine form. In and of itself, Century 1910 doesn't offer quite the rousing epic I was expecting, but it does lay seeds for what could easily be the greatest LoEG yet. The series continues to challenge and delight all those readers willing to commit the time and mental energy to fully appreciate it. And as the League moves now into the Swinging '60s and beyond, I can only imagine what craziness Moore has cooking for the next issue. Read Full Review
Still, one can piece together the main plot even though one's not intimately familiar with all of the characters, and it's easy to appreciate the structure and themes that Moore employs and explores here. Furthermore, O'Neill's art is as brilliant as ever. He conveys the crowded, filthy environment of the poorer sections of London incredibly well, and his angular, elongated approach to figures and settings reinforces the unnatural and corrupt atmosphere that's integral to the doomsday plot. Read Full Review
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