Alan Moore editor, Dodgem Logic #1 (2009). 2.50 pounds per issue.
Alan Moore specializes in retconning, in molding previously extant characters (Swamp Thing, Marvelman, Captain Nemo) to his own purposes. I'm not the first person to point this out, of course. In his review of Moore and Melinda Gebbie's Lost Girls, for instance, Douglas Wolk argues that Moore's detournment of Oz's Dorothy, Wonderland's Alice and Peter Pan's Wendy is the world's most elaborate example of slash fandom. Porn aside, I think we can still read most of Moore's projects as extremely well-written fan fictions, as mash notes to characters and storytellers that he wants to emulate and celebrate.
Now here's Dodgem Logic, an alt-culture magazine edited and financed by Moore out of his hometown (and geographic muse) of Northampton, UK. Dodgem deviates from Moore's retcon strategy a bit, in that it's a publishing genre, rather than a canonical character or story, that Moore is fiddling with this time.