13.02.2012 [Wired News] - God bless Warren Ellis, Neil Gaiman, AlanMoore and the rest of those British bastards for injecting a bit of the Bard into the business. But comic books are only one of my many geek passions. I love it all, really – anime, zombies, toys, video games
26.01.2012 [WhatsOnStage.com] - The Lass O'Gowrie's new adaptation of the first two books in the saga has, through careful use of an excellent cast and minimal resources, already gained acclaim as “the greatest and most honest interpretation of an AlanMoore comic” as described by
11.02.2012 [Forbes] - When creative genius AlanMoore wrote V for Vendetta in 1982, he couldn't have foreseen the rise of Anonymous, the online group of hacktivists who took up his protagonist's facemask as their public identity. But Moore (who also wrote the brilliant
08.02.2012 [Hollywood Reporter] - The screenplay, which landed on Hollywood's Black List of the best unproduced scripts in 2011, is described as in the vein of From Hell, the AlanMoore Victorian-age Jack the Ripper tale, and The Silence of the Lambs, which famously introduced serial
(born 18 November 1953) is an English writer primarily known for his work in comic books, a medium where he has produced series including Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and From Hell. Frequently described as the best graphic novel writer in history, he has also been described as "one of the most important British writers of the last fifty years". He has occasionally used such pseudonyms as Curt Vile, Jill de Ray, and Translucia Baboon.
15.02.2012 [Times of India] - Frank Miller and AlanMoore books have references specific to their countries. Now you have stuff that's more relevant and Indian," says Jatin Varma, founder, Pop Culture Publishing. The variety of genres that have come into the market lately can make
15.02.2012 [ElEspectador.com] - Algunos fantasmas nunca se cansan de retornar, recordaba a los lectores de BBC Viewpoint la semana anterior el escritor inglés AlanMoore. Lo hacía en referencia a la influencia de una de sus creaciones en el movimiento de protesta global
14.02.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - by Steve Sunu, Staff Writer | Today, in an interview with AlanMoore by Fast Company's Co.Create blog, which reveals new "Minuteman" art by Darwyn Cooke, the "Watchmen" creator took DC Comics to task, further clarifying his position on the upcoming
14.02.2012 [io9] - There's been a growing dissatisfaction and distrust with the conventional publishing industry, in that you tend to have a lot of formerly re…ble imprints now owned by big conglomerates. As a result, there's a growing number of professional writers
There's been a growing dissatisfaction and distrust with the conventional publishing industry, in that you tend to have a lot of formerly re…ble imprints now owned by big conglomerates. As a result, there's a growing number of professional writers now going to small presses, self-publishing, or trying other kinds of [distribution] strategies. The same is true of music and cinema. It seems that every movie is a remake of something that was better when it was first released in a foreign language, as a 1960s TV show, or even as a comic book. Now you've got theme park rides as the source material of movies. The only things left are breakfast cereal mascots. In our lifetime, we will see Johnny Depp playing Captain Crunch. - About creativity versus big businesses (2012)
15.02.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - “It seems a bit desperate to go after a book famous for its artistic integrity. It's a finite series. Watchmen was said to actually provide an alternative to the superhero story as an endless soap opera. To turn that into just another superhero comic
05.02.2012 [Bleeding Cool News] - Towards the latter half of the campaign it was made known that one of the incentives would be “A Cup of Tea and a Long Winter's Chat With Comics Giant AlanMoore,” in which Moore would, for the first time, host a live video conference in which he would
08.02.2012 [IFC (blog)] - This Week's Book: Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? by AlanMoore & Curt Swan The Premise: Watchmen author AlanMoore tells the story of Superman's final days as his enemies unite to destroy both him and everyone he loves.
03.02.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - “AlanMoore has earned his frustration, his suspicions and his occasional flashes of anger. He should be listened to and learned from, not dismissed and certainly never mocked.” — Tom Spurgeon When the comic book industry first coalesced in the late
13.02.2012 [Oklahoma Daily] - Now double that, and you'll have the reaction of comic book fans when DC Comics announced it would publish a prequel series to the classic graphic novel, “Watchmen,” by AlanMoore and Dave Gibbons. It's difficult to overstate the importance of
13.02.2012 [Boise State University The Arbiter Online] - According to AlanMoore, vice president of finance, Bogus Basin has already lost over 50 percent of its skier visits for the year. The busiest times for the resort are the weeks before and during Christmas. This year, both weeks saw bare slopes and
11.02.2012 [Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier] - The driver, Marcus AlanMoore, 27, of 116 Kern St., ran away on foot after his vehicle collided with another. The driver of second car was injured, and paramedics with Waterloo Fire Rescue took her to a hospital. The incident began about 1:10 pm when
15.02.2012 [ComicsAlliance] - We know how unkindly the industry treated the likes of Jack Kirby, Joe Shuster, Jerry Siegel, Marv Wolfman, AlanMoore and others; the corporation is always the villain, and the little guy trying to make his way in the world is always the hero.
15.02.2012 [Locus Online] - (Comics readers might notice an homage to the apocalyptic conclusion of AlanMoore's Miracleman in the climactic fight scene, just as the complex relationship between Matt and Andrew recalls the tragic dynamic between Miracleman and Kid Miracleman.)
14.02.2012 [Comicbook.com (blog)] - ... the bookstore market even if they don't necessarily perform at comic stores (It's worth noting that his examples of AlanMoore's ABC work were largely done as work-for-hire and, other than League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, are not creator-owned).
01.02.2012 [Big Hollywood] - by Paul Hair A few weeks ago Big Hollywood posted “'Watchmen' Creator Joins Occupy Comics,” noting how Deadline.com reported on AlanMoore joined other comic creators in planning a series of comic books in support of the Occupy Wall Street insurgency.
02.02.2012 [ComicsAlliance] - After a seriously decompressed opening heavy on the Frank Miller, there's a single page of an AlanMoore nine-panel grid, then a few pages paying tribute to Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and Jim Steranko. Spawn's introduction to the world ends with a splash
07.02.2012 [Filmcritic.com] - (He even thanked comic book writers like Neil Gaiman and AlanMoore in the credits for Dogma.) In addition to Smith's work in print on characters like Daredevil and Batman, there's his unproduced screenplay for Green Hornet (which he later adapted to
11.02.2012 [VentureBeat] - They are a reference to the comic book series V for Vendetta, written by AlanMoore and first published in 1982. That story chronicles a masked man's attempts to take down the British government. Writing in The Guardian earlier this week, Moore said he
12.02.2012 [Comicbook.com (blog)] - Without the involvement of AlanMoore and Dave Gibbons–and especially given Moore's public pronouncements against the endeavor–it's easy to get worked up into a lather about how Before Watchmen is a travesty. Fans will wail and gnash their teeth
03.02.2012 [Bleeding Cool News] - Leah Moore, co-writer of the medium-redefining webcomic The Thrill Electric – and also one of AlanMoore's daughters – had something to say about the announcement today of Before Watchmen. I have to say I find it hard to disagree.
13.02.2012 [BuzzFocus.com] - Also a constant presence in the store is another one of Smith's oldest friends, Bryan Johnson, an acerbic but funny loafer, now sporting an AlanMoore-like beard. He doesn't officially work there but is in on every conversation whether you want him to