Before he was the beloved writer of Sandman, Neil Gaiman was lending a hand on one of the greatest comic book masterpieces ever.
Sure, Alan Moore played a pretty large role in putting together DC’s Batman graphic novel The Killing Joke — but we also owe a debt to a 1980s metal band you’ve probably never heard of.
Alan Moore has never been shy about showing his disapproval, and this time that disapproval is turned on the rising popularity of superheroes.
Remember that time the Doctor Who universe intersected with Alan Moore’s The League of Extraordinary Gentleman?
Warning: After hearing this, you may never read one of the greatest Batman stories ever the same way again.
Comic guru Alan Moore has finally chimed in on Fox’s plan to reboot his League of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic as a TV series. Hint: He’s not psyched.
Because Alan Moore loves having his work adapted so much, Fox is bringing the League to television.
Comic god Alan Moore is making his own movies now — and he has sent a message from the future to say thanks for helping.
Alan Moore and Grant Morrison are two of the greatest writers in the history of comics, but who would win in a fight?
Can Alan Moore do for Lovecraft what he did for super heroes?