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Alan Moore greeting cards

New York company Quotable Cards have released a card featuring a quote from Alan Moore's interview in Mustard issue #04:

'Life isn't divided into genres. it's a horrifying, romantic, tragic, comical, science-fiction cowboy detective novel' - Alan Moore

And Mustard gets a plug on the back:

The cards are 5 inches square. You can buy 'em at the Quotable Cards shop website propertopper »

Related stuff:

Mustard in The IT Crowd publicity photos

Mustard magazine seen on The IT Crowd »
Mustard can be seen several times on Channel 4's BAFTA-winning comedy The IT Crowd:
* Moss is reading it during the episode 'Moss and the German'
* Roy is reading it in an official publicity photo
* That photo is also on the cover of the American series 2 DVDs
* Graham Linehan points out Mustard on the series 3 DVD extras
* Our Mustard Alan Moore poster's on the wall in most series 4 episodes

Paper People

Cut-Out-and-Make Paper People »
Cut out and make paper versions of Mustard cover stars, including Alan Moore, Michael Palin, Lee & Herring, Matt Berry, Rich Fulcher and the casts of IT Crowd and Peep Show.

issue #01

Graham Linehan interview online »
The full Graham Linehan interview from the sold-out Mustard issue #01 is now online. The writer of Father Ted, Black Books, The IT Crowd, Big Train, The Day Today and Fast Show.

Alan Moore

Alan Moore interview in Mustard #04 »
Mustard issue #04 features a 12,000-word interview with Alan Moore, author of Watchmen, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, From Hell, V for Vendetta, etc. Buy it for just £2.50.

Alan Moore poster

Alan Moore poster »
Downloadable desktop-wallpaper sized versions of the Alan Moore poster I created for series 4 of The IT Crowd (based on Mustard #04).

Alan Moore and IT Crowd

Alan Moore and Roy from The IT Crowd reading Mustard »
Real photos of Roy reading the Alan Moore issue of Mustard and Alan Moore reading our IT Crowd issue, Photoshopped together into one pic.

Alan Moore and Stewart Lee

Alan Moore and Stewart Lee reading Mustard »
I took this photo of Alan Moore and Stewart Lee reading each other's issue of Mustard at the Dodgem Logic party.

Alan Moore / IT Crowd

Weird Alan Moore coincidence at The IT Crowd »
A strange Alan Moore coincidence I saw whilst attending the filming of the second series of The IT Crowd.

 

Mustard #01: Graham LinehanMustard #02: Michael PalinMustard #03: Peep Show's Bain & ArmstrongMustard #04: Alan MooreMustard #05a: Stewart LeeMustard #05b: Richard HerringMustard #06: John LloydMustard #07: Robin InceMustard #08: Portlandia's Carrie Brownstein & Fred Armisen

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