Alan Moore’s LOST GIRLS Finally Hits the UK
In June of 2006, Alan Moore and the folks at Top Shelf were informed by the Great Ormond Street Hospital that publication of LOST GIRLS in the UK would infringe upon GOSH's copyright on Peter Pan. Top Shelf denied any copyright-wrong-doing but eventually agreed that the book would not be published until after the hospital's rights ran out in 2008.
Huzzah! That's tomorrow!
After more than a year and a half of waiting, Alan Moore's epic three-volume LOST GIRLS is finally going to see the light of day in the UK and the rest of the European Union on January 1, 2008. So if you guys get the internet in England, heed my words. Get yourself a copy of this book. It's amazing.