The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Themes

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Redemption

Nearly all the characters in the graphic novel are recycled from prior adventures; they have all seen greater, better times, and at the opening of the graphic novel they are living rather mundane existences. Mina Murray is recently divorced and without cause; Allan Quatermain is passing his time as a drug-addled addict; Captain Nemo is spending his time incognito (though it must be admitted this is rather the rule than the exception for the man); Auguste Dupin appears retired and bored; Henry Jekyll is enjoying trade with prostitutes, living down and out in Paris, and trying to avoid Edward Hyde; Hawley Griffin has retired to the admittedly pleasant role as venerated ravager of young women, and even James Moriarty is passing a relatively uneventful period of life. Clearly, these various extraordinary gentlemen are men and one woman of decisive action fallen on hard times of mundane existence without...

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