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If you can’t get your hands on the latest issue of British comedy magazine Mustard, which includes a 15-page interview with Alan Moore, maybe this will console you: The publication’s website includes a printable papercraft Alan Moore by Sally Grossart.
Better still, there’s two versions of the doll — one dressed as the writer appeared in Mustard, and the other in his wedding finery. Both feature glowing eyes and a snakes-head cane. Naturally.