Can Alan Moore do for Lovecraft what he did for super heroes?
V For Vendetta creators Alan Moore and David Lloyd are teaming up once again.
Watchmen is considered to be the ultimate masterpiece of the comics medium, but that doesn't mean it's without its flaws.
Word's been getting around that three of the original Watchmen covers will be going up for auction in February, but it's a LOT bigger than that.
So you're a Lovecraft fan, eh? Has the forthcoming becostumed holiday got you jonesing for a little tale of sleeping, ancient ones? You say you've read all H.P. wrote, but you're still just not insane? That's why, for the 11th of our 31 Days of Halloween posts, we've got 15 stories in the Lovecraft style to drive you mad.
Earlier this week, we stumbled upon the first part of a 1983 essay by Alan Moore that lamented "the beginning of the end" of Marvel Comics. Now the second part has hit the 'net, and Moore's predicting the company's "imminent downfall." So ... how's that going?
These days you'd be lucky to hear a single kind word from Alan Moore about the Big Two comics publishers, but Britain's great bearded comics wizard was heavily influenced by American superhero comics, particularly those written by Stan "The Man" Lee. In a 1983 essay, he explained why.
We already knew original Watchmen creator Alan Moore isn't a fan of the new Before Watchmen run of prequel comics. He's so opposed, in fact, that he apparently turned down about $2 million when DC asked for his blessing. Now that's sticking to your convictions.
Original Watchmen creator Alan Moore's hatred for the prequel series Before Watchmen has been well-documented, but this hilarious puppet skit offers up a new perspective on what the acclaimed writer really thinks.
It seems comic legend Alan Moore (Watchmen, V For Vendetta) doesn't hate movies exclusively, just the ones based on his works. The acclaimed comics writer is actually working on his first film now, and we now have the first inklings of what it's about.