This graphic novel by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell came out between 1989 and 1998, 100 years after the Jack the Ripper murders it’s based on. We look at the meticulous research they put into this to try to understand how this story manages to be about true crime while indulging in deep themes like English identity, psychogeography, and the nature of time.
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- A Look Back at ‘From Hell’ by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell
- Delivering the Twentieth Century, Part 1: Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell
- Delivering the 20th Century, Part 2: Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell
- The Great Alan Moore Reread: From Hell, Part 1
- The Great Alan Moore Reread: From Hell, Part 2
- Eddie Campbell explains why he’s coloring From Hell for the first time
- Michael J. Prince (2017) The magic of patriarchal oppression in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s From Hell, Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, 8:3, 252-263
- Vollmar, R. (2017). Northampton Calling. World Literature Today, 91(1), 28–34.
- The House That Jack Built – An Interview with Alan Moore (2002)
- From Hell And Back: The Eddie Campbell Interview
- Superhuman Cognitions, Fourth Dimension and Speculative Comics Narrative: Panel Repetition in Watchmen and From Hell
- Postimperial Landscapes “Psychogeography” and Englishness in Alan Moore’s Graphic Novel”From Hell: A Melodrama in Sixteen Parts” Author(s): Elizabeth Ho Source: Cultural Critique, No. 63 (Spring, 2006), pp. 99-121 Published by: University of Minnesota Press