Slated for 2010, we have Alan Moore’s The Moon and Serpent Bumper Book of Magic. From the blurb:
In addition to these manifold delights, the adventurous reader will also discover a series of helpful travel guides to mind-wrenching alien dimensions that are within comfortable walking distance, as well as profiles of the many quaint local inhabitants that one might bump into at these exotic resorts. A full range of entertainments will be provided, encompassing such diverse novelties and pursuits as a lavishly decorated decadent pulp tale of occult adventure recounted in the serial form, a full set of this sinister and deathless cult’s never-before-seen Tarot cards, a fold-out Kabalistic board game in which the first player to achieve enlightenment wins providing he or she doesn’t make a big deal about it, and even a pop-up Theatre of Marvels that serves as both a Renaissance memory theatre and a handy portable shrine for today’s multi-tasking magician on the move.
What more could you want?
The reference to the serpent would appear to refer to Alan Moore’s hand-puppet cult of the serpent Glycon. Or, if it doesn’t, it means I got to use the phrase “hand-puppet cult” on my blog once again, so it’s all good.