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Definitions

  1. Alan Moore is a celebrated writer of comics and graphic novels whose work includes V for Vendetta (1982, with artist David Lloyd).
  2. Alan Moore (born November 18, 1953, in Northampton, England) is a British writer most famous for his work in comics. (Web site)
  3. Alan Moore is a master of disturbing lyrics.
  4. Alan Moore, the comics creator, is a tremendous writer.
  5. Alan Moore is among many artists influenced by anarchism.

Painter Alex Ross

  1. Painter Alex Ross, writer Kurt Busiek and Alan Moore himself tried to "reconstruct" the superhero genre.

Chris Sprouse

  1. Alan Moore and Chris Sprouse return for one grand, final story in which Tom Strong and family are on hand for the apocalypse.

Alan Moore Tragikpoet

  1. V for Vendetta by Alan Moore tragikpoet says: "An amazing look at a heroic anarchist in post war london. (Web site)

Mindscape

  1. The DVD of the documentary feature film The Mindscape of Alan Moore contains an exclusive bonus interview with the artist David Lloyd. (Web site)
  2. Alan Moore participated and starred in the documentary feature film The Mindscape of Alan Moore, directed by DeZ Vylenz and produced by Shadowsnake Films.

Author Alan Moore

  1. In his 1983 essay "Behind the Painted Smile," V For Vendetta 's author Alan Moore discusses the issue of ideas and genesis. (Web site)

Daughter

  1. He is married to Leah Moore, the daughter of Alan Moore, and he has worked with both on the comic Albion.

Process

  1. Others who played vital roles in the process were writers Marv Wolfman and Alan Moore, artists George Pérez and Keith Giffen, and editor Karen Berger.

Fictional Character

  1. The Fury is a fictional character created by writer Alan Moore and illustrator Alan Davis for the Marvel Comics comic book Captain Britain. (Web site)

Grant

  1. Like many of his fellow Brits, such as Alan Moore, Grant got his start at the British weekly comic 2000 AD, on its strip Judge Dredd.

Themes

  1. The themes he introduced dominate such modern masters as Thomas Ligotti, Bruce Sterling, and Alan Moore. (Web site)

Film

  1. Alan Moore has described the script of the film as rubbish and had demanded that his name be removed from it.

Illustrated

  1. He also illustrated a handful of Tharg's Future Shocks shorts, primarily with author Alan Moore.

Blood Eagle

  1. Alan Moore mentions the Blood Eagle in his novel " Voice of the Fire ", in the chapter entitled 'November Saints'.

Dave Gibbons

  1. Ozymandias is a fictional character in the comic book series Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, published by DC Comics.

Watchmen

  1. Watchmen, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons much acclaimed superhero epic, has always sold well as a backlist title.
  2. Watchmen by Alan Moore tragikpoet says: "If you don't know why this is here, read and find out. (Web site)

Series

  1. The series sold moderately well at first, but sales dwindled until the series was taken over with issue #41 by writer Alan Moore. (Web site)

Written

  1. Published as three deluxe, 72-page, full-color, perfect-bound graphic novellas, written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Kevin O'Neill.

Books

  1. Jack Faust was the name of a magician in Alan Moore 's series Promethea, and is also referred to in other books from the America's Best Comics imprint. (Web site)
  2. Plus a mind-blowing array of rare signed items, including scripts by Garth Ennis, JMS, and Alan Moore, plus scarce comics and books.

Imprint

  1. America's Best Comics, originally an imprint of Wildstorm, used the term science hero, coined by Alan Moore.

Marvelman

  1. Marvelman ceased publication in 1963, but was revived in 1982 by writer Alan Moore in the pages of Warrior Magazine. (Web site)

Warrior

  1. Dez Skinn also launched Warrior, possibly the most notable comic of the period, as it contained both the Marvelman and V for Vendetta strips, by Alan Moore.
  2. It also published spin-offs of Warrior such as the Bojeffries Saga and Warpsmith, written by Alan Moore with art by Garry Leach.
  3. The Bojeffries Saga was a series of comic book stories written by Alan Moore and drawn by Steve Parkhouse, and which started life in 1983 in Warrior. (Web site)

Gibbons

  1. Gibbons returned to pencil issue #188, however, by writer Steve Englehart, as well as the backup Tale "Mogo Doesn't Socialize" with Alan Moore.

First Issue

  1. In 1989 Leach began a new anthology title, A1, the first issue of which included a Warpsmith short story written by Alan Moore. (Web site)

Work

  1. Her work on Brought to Light with Alan Moore and Bill Sienkiewicz brought critical praise from both the artistic and activist communities.

Moore

  1. The band played numerous shows throughout 1971; during the year, Ellis was replaced by Alan Moore; by the end of the year, Chris Campbell replaced Moore. (Web site)

Writers

  1. It is most noted for its Judge Dredd stories, and has been contributed to by such artists and writers as Alan Moore and Mike McMahon.
  2. Night-Raven caught the imagination of a number of writers when he appeared in Hulk Comic, most notably Alan Moore.

Ladders

  1. Alan Moore wrote an exploration of Machen's mystical experiences in his work Snakes and Ladders. (Web site)

Comics

  1. Pipeline, Issue #102 Why Alan Moore is a God, how not to start a series, Impulsive reservations and a Predator comparison to comics.
  2. Comics The young 'Chu-Ko Liang' is a member of the League of Infinity in the superhero pastiche Supreme by Alan Moore.

Frank Miller

  1. At the same time, creators such as Frank Miller and Alan Moore pushed the boundaries of super-hero comics into more mature territory. (Web site)

Alan Davis

  1. During this time creators such as Alan Moore and Alan Davis would win awards while characters such as Batman were always firm fan-favourites.

Captain Britain

  1. Alan Moore and Alan Davis used several (renamed) characters during their Captain Britain run.

Praises

  1. Industry legends Dave Sim, Alan Moore and Will Eisner are just a few who have sung the praises of Active Images's lineup.

Grant Morrison

  1. Great British Comics displays pioneering work by Alan Moore, Brian Bolland, Grant Morrison and a host of current luminaries. (Web site)

Neil Gaiman

  1. Later comics writers such as Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman, influenced by cinematic technique, began to include more layout details within their scripts.
  2. In the vanguard of these innovative writers were three British comics scripters: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, and Grant Morrison. (Web site)
  3. He brought on writers Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Dave Sim and Frank Miller for issues 8 to 11 (respectively) while McFarlane continued with art chores.

Graphic Novel

  1. The graphic novel Brought to Light by writer Alan Moore used material from lawsuits filed by the Christic Institute.

Vendetta

  1. V for Vendetta is a comic book series written by Alan Moore and illustrated mostly by David Lloyd, set in a dystopian future United Kingdom.
  2. The episode Pierrot Le Fou was influenced by Alan Moore 's " V for Vendetta " and was a tribute to the comic story.
  3. Chances are you already know him for his work with writer Alan Moore on V For Vendetta.

Alan Moore

  1. David Lloyd (born 1950) is a British comics artist best known as the illustrator of the graphic novel V for Vendetta, written by Alan Moore.
  2. The film is an adaptation of the graphic novel V for Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. (Web site)
  3. Alan Moore and Brian Bolland 's notable Batman: The Killing Joke was intended to be non-canon, but the effects of its narrative have become canon.

Categories

  1. Vendetta
  2. Fiction > Novels > Graphic Novels > Neil Gaiman
  3. Grant Morrison
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