Comics legend Alan Moore just loves to stir up trouble. His latest graphic novel features a character that's said to be the Antichrist, but bears more than a passing resemblance to a certain boy wizard beloved by millions.
Watchmen creator Alan Moore's recent 2011 graphic novel Neonomicon, about FBI agents investigating ritualistic murders, has been pulled from a public library in South Carolina due to complaints over "nudity" and "sex" featured in the book.
With the release of the controversial comic prequel series Before Watchmen getting close, DC execs are again doing damage control on why they believe the follow-ups are necessary—and they hope original Watchmen creator Alan Moore will bring an "open mind" to the effort. Hmm, I wouldn't count on it.
With the controversial Before Watchmen prequel series just a few months from release, DC execs are making the rounds, trying to explain to jaded comic fans why the project is a good idea. Their take on original Watchmen creator Alan Moore's complaints? Well, he should have read his contract a little closer.
It's only been a month and a half since DC Comics announced Before Watchmen, and already we've had enough Alan Moore slams, fan rage and lively internet debates to last a lifetime. But what if it's not over? According to DC's publishers, they can't rule out heading back to the world of Watchmen a third time.
When DC Comics announced Before Watchmen, they did more than draw the ire of many a long-serving fanboy. They also added fuel to a decades-old feud with Watchmen writer and great bearded comic book wizard Alan Moore. Moore's already declared the project "evil", but he's not done yet, and he wants you to know he's happy that you're pissed, too.
It's not news that Alan Moore is unhappy with DC's decision to prequelize his groundbreaking creation Watchmen. He's been harping against anything of...
Yesterday, we finally heard DC Comics' official announcement that they're launching a rather hefty set of prequels to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' landmark comic Watchmen. A lot of us didn't take the news very well in light of Moore's total lack of involvement. But what a lot of people forget is that a Watchmen prequel that was actually created with Moore's help already exists ... sort of.
With Marvel releasing The Avengers next year and DC slowly but surely progressing to an eventual Justice League movie, we thought it was worth looking at some other collections of superpowered studs to see who else could thrive on the silver screen.
The Occupy Wall Street protests have been rolling on through most major American cities for nearly two months now, and if you've been paying any attention, odds are you've noticed more than a few of the grinning, pale masks created by Alan Moore and David Lloyd for the now-classic comic V for Vendetta.