2000 AD in Stages

Stickleback

A dickensian London filtered gently through a smattering of Lovecraft, as twisted gangsters vie for power in a world of dark magic and fantasy.

Edginton's "Wheel of Worlds" multiverse has several narrative links here. Sir William Ashbless (owner of the White Hart-Line shipping company) is also a character in Leviathan, and the main characters of Stickleback are directly referenced in Karl Toten's "Wheel of Worlds" speech in Ampney Crucis.

The strongest links are with The Red Seas, which also features The Temple of Mithras, home to the Brotherhood of the Book. Here, the locale is manned by Professor Orlando Doyle, whose (first) counterpart in The Red Seas serves as a key antagonist. Both worlds have resurrection tank technology in use by Doyle.

Art by D'Israeli

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Mother London 9 55
1525: D'Israeli
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2006-2007 p2007, 1518-1525 Ian Edginton D'Israeli [b&w] Ellie de Ville
England's Glory 12 70
1575: D'Israeli
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2007-2008 p2008, 1567-1577 Ian Edginton D'Israeli [b&w] Ellie de Ville
Twas the Fight Before Christmas 1 5 0 2008 p2009 Ian Edginton INJ Culbard [greyscale] n/a
London's Burning 12 70
1669: D'Israeli
1676: D'Israeli
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2009-2010 p2010, 1666-1676 Ian Edginton D'Israeli [b&w] Ellie de Ville
Number of the Beast 12 70
1824: D'Israeli
1829: D'Israeli 
1835: D'Israeli
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2013 1824-1835 Ian Edginton D'Israeli [b&w] Ellie de Ville
The Thru'Penny Opera 12 70
1903: D'Israeli
1911: D'Israeli
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2014 1900-1911 Ian Edginton D'Israeli [b&w] Ellie de Ville
New Jerusalem 10 55
2204: D'Israeli
2208: D'Israeli 
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2020 2200-2205, 2207-2210 Ian Edginton D'Israeli [greyscale] Jim Campbell
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