We’ve posted our first take of annotations for all the stories in this week’s Cinema Purgatorio #11. Let us know what we missed or got wrong. Access all of the annotation via the handy annotations index page.
Though we’re sure they’re incomplete,
We think they’re awfully neat.
We hope they’ll meet your expectations,
You’ll find our latest annotations
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There are probably still some mysteries lurking, but we’ve posted basic annotations for all five stories in Cinema Purgatorio #9.
It’s a bumper horror issue with a fairly high body count. There are mobsters, side quests, mysterious deaths, giant ants, a cuddly baby monster, bats, and even a dildobeast.
It took longer than usual, and we’re still sweeping some rows, but basic annotations are up for all the stories in Cinema Purgatorio #7. Kudos to star annotator Alexx Kay for scouring several westerns to find so many references in Moore and O’Neill’s After Tombstone.
We expect that film buffs, gamers, Civil War historians and others can keep adding details. Look them over and let us know what we missed. All the annotations are found via the Annotations Index page.
We’re still working on them, but we’ve got basic annotations up for all the stories (except Modded – coming soon!) in Cinema Purgatorio #6. We’re sure that film buffs, gamers, Civil War historians and others can keep adding details. Look them over and let us know what we missed. All the annotations are found via the Annotations Index page.
As dyed-in-the-wool Alan Moore fans, I think that our Moore and O’Neill annotations are the most thorough. Others may be a bit spotty and await your insights via comments.