After reading recent anthology I Feel Machine, which was co-compiled by Krent Able, you’d think we would know what to expect from this collection of work from the cult artist. But nothing could adequately prepare us for the dark and twisted, anarchically hilarious strips in this new collection from Knockabout Comics.

Fans of comics legend and bearded recluse Alan Moore and artist extraorinaire Kevin O’Neill will be thrilled today with news that the latest League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen spin-off – Nemo: The Roses of Berlin – will be coming to the iPad courtesy of Top Shelf, Knockabout Comics and the Sequential iPad app.

British author Neil Gaiman is a phenomenon, with an international fan base, nearly two million Twitter followers and a string of best-selling books and graphic novels to his name. Today, Knockabout Comics, publishers of comics legends including Gilbert Shelton, Robert Crumb and Alan Moore, and Sequential, the digital graphic novel iPad app, announce the release of an exclusive – and totally free – digital collection of Neil Gaiman’s ‘lost’ comic strips from the 1980s, in aid of charity Malaria No More UK. 

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We’re running a fantastic competition here at Pipedream Comics in associationwith Knockabout Comics to win a hardback copy of either the Hartlepool Monkey by Wilfrid Lupano & Jeremie Moreau or Robert Crumb The Weirdo Years 1981-1991 by Robert Crumb.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply visit the Pipedream Comics Facebook Page and Like us and one of these books could be yours!

The competition runs until November 1st 2013 and winners will be picked at random from those who enter in the allotted time. Only UK residents will stand a chance of winning due to postage costs for the prizes.

Knockabout Comics, publishers of Gilbert Shelton, Hunt Emerson and Alan Moore, amongst others, and Sequential, the digital graphic novel iPad app,have announced the forthcoming release of a special, free Neil Gaiman charity special compiling ‘lost’ comic strips from the 1980s.