I’ve been having some problems with Alan Moore’s later League of Extraordinary Gentlemen graphic novels – nobody seems to have the nerve to tell the man when he’s not being up to snuff – but fortunately Nemo: Heart of Ice wasn’t half bad. Alan Moore-style demented versions of the heroes of the electric pulp genre go to 1920s Antarctica to chase down the daughter of Captain Nemo, and everybody discovers… precisely what you’d expect from that time period and that locale, assuming of course that you are familiar with the most important horror writer of the Twentieth Century.
Which you probably are, at least a little, because you read this site. Anyway, aside from a deliberately-strange (but reasonably so) bit in the middle it’s pretty straightforward and worth picking up, methinks. Or at least read.