The Ballad of Halo Jones is a science fiction comic strip written by Alan Moore and drawn by Ian Gibson, with lettering by Steve Potter (Books 1 & 2) and Richard Starkings (Book 3. .
The Ballad of Halo Jones is a science fiction comic strip written by Alan Moore and drawn by Ian Gibson, with lettering by Steve Potter (Books 1 & 2) and Richard Starkings (Book 3). Halo Jones first appeared July 1984 in five-page instalments in the pages of the weekly British comic 2000 AD and is regarded as one of the high points of 2000 AD. The eponymous heroine is a highly sympathetic 50th-century everywoman, and the tone of the strip ranges from the comic to the poignant.
The Complete Ballad of Halo Jones (Author) Alan Moore . Ian Gibson's artwork is stunning throughout - a great comic book. One person found this helpful.
The Complete Ballad of Halo Jones (Author) Alan Moore, Ian Gibson. Alan Moore is perhaps the most widely respected comic writer of the modern era, his contribution to the comics world is incalculable. He created the classic Watchmen, V for Vendetta, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and From Hell – all of which have been made into major motion pictures.
Comic legend Alan Moore’s highly-influential classic of British comics, presented to a new . As of yet I have not encountered a 'bad' Alan Moore graphic novel. The Complete Ballad of Halo Jones (2000 AD Presents).
Comic legend Alan Moore’s highly-influential classic of British comics, presented to a new generation coloured and remastered for the very first time. The Halo Jones character and series has been hailed as a 'Feminist Manifesto', but I just don't get it. This introductory chapter drops the reader into a dystopian future where jobs are non-existent and poverty is the norm. Slang and lingo are at first jarring, but the reader can catch on quickly.
Ian Gibson has occasionally painted a new Halo Jones artwork that gives a hint about her later adventure, be it as a rich merchant or a slave girl. Reading this book feels like reading the evolution of Alan Moore as a writer, as if you're watching him mature right there on the page. This volume collects together all the strips that were originally published in 2000AD, prefaced by a new introduction by artist Ian Gibson. The original three book reprint has long been out of print. The ideas in here are genuinely fantastic, and the fact that he and Ian Gibson pulled this off with such constraints is remarkable.
Alan Moore's The Ballad Of Halo Jones: Book 2 (2000AD ). will kill Halo and Kit if the . will kill Halo and Kit if the captain doesn't broadcast their demands to the whole ship. The Ballad of Halo Jones (2000AD, ). In the last issue, Soule says that the twelve issues we have are the complete story I also like how Soule explores the darker side of her gifts in her interactions with Hellcat.
In Halo Jones, Alan Moore created an everywoman, rather than a comicbook femme fatale. Yet Moore lingers on Halo’s origin story, her relationships with her friends and the intricate details of the crumbling civilisation she has been trapped within, before moving forwards into the larger galaxy. In the world of British comic creators, one name looms large: Alan Moore, creator of Watchmen and commander of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Driven by despair, increasing numbers of young adults are joining a cult – the Different Drummers – who use implants to quite literally march to their own beat.
Trade paperback collection reprinting the complete Halo Jones saga from the pages of British weekly anthology . This collection contains: Halo Jones - book one (reprint from 2000AD progs 376-385) (Alan Moore - Ian Gibson).
Trade paperback collection reprinting the complete Halo Jones saga from the pages of British weekly anthology comic 2000AD. Halo Jones - book two (reprint from 2000AD progs 406-415) (Alan Moore - Ian Gibson). Halo Jones - book three (reprint from 2000AD progs 452-466) (Alan Moore - Ian Gibson).
Written by Alan Moore. Meet Halo Jones and ou.and you never will again! From comics master Alan Moore (Watchmen, America's Best Comics) and artist Ian Gibson
by Alan Moore (Author), Ian Gibson (Author).
by Alan Moore (Author), Ian Gibson (Author). Anyway Halo wants out of this life, she wants something better.