10.02.2012 [Forbes] - Much heat and light has been generated in the last week over the announcement by DC Comics that they would be publishing a series of prequels to the classic 'Watchmen' comic books – a series half of which its co-creator, AlanMoore, argues should be
Whenever someone asks me if I could recommend any comics, the first series that I always suggest is Saga of the Swamp Thing, written by AlanMoore and drawn by Stephen Bissette.... - 08.11.2010, Viddler
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 [Clarín.com] - Después del éxito de AlanMoore con Swamp Thing (1984-1987) y Watchmen (1986-1987), una generación de guionistas británicos comenzó a escribir regularmente para editoriales norteamericanas, principalmente la DC Comics (y, eventualmente
13.02.2012 [Ithaca College The Ithacan] - In a move that seems like double-sacrilege following 2009′s movie, DC Comics announced seven Watchmen prequels to be released this summer, sans writer AlanMoore or artist Dave Gibbons. I can only think of the Star Wars Prequels in terms of what to
08.02.2012 [El Mundo.es] - AlanMoore se desentiende de la serie 'Before Watchmen', en la que distintos autores recuperan el universo de uno de los cómics más importantes de la historia. Watchmen fue originariamente una mini-serie de 12 números dibujada entre 1985 y 1987 y está
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
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
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.)
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
10.02.2012 [Comicbook.com (blog)] - This controversy comes on the heels of nearly two weeks of copyright and ownership controversies in the comics industry; DC's Before Watchmen announcement infuriated not only writer AlanMoore but also many fans and creators who feel he was dealt
02.02.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - Few Campbell comics are more controlled than his legendary collaboration with AlanMoore, From Hell. Moore, widely known as one of comics' most exacting scriptwriters, boxes Campbell in tightly over the book's 500-plus pages: though the scratchy marks
07.02.2012 [ComicsAlliance] - Marvel has never made much effort to establish a permanent library of definitive works (if AlanMoore had written Watchmen at Marvel, he'd have got the rights back years ago), which means there are no clear entry points into its universe.
25.01.2012 [ComicsAlliance] - Like many of AlanMoore's America's Best Comics characters, Tom Strong was a hybrid/amalgamation/mashup of classic characters. In Tom Strong, Moore and artist Chris Sprouse combined the origins of Tarzan with Doc Savage to fantastic effect.
01.02.2012 [Perú21] - La editorial oficializó la publicación para este año de una serie de títulos de la icónica novela gráfica de AlanMoore y dibujada por Dave Gibbons en 1986. Los títulos serán lanzados a mediados del presente año. (DC Comics) DC Comics lanzará este año
15.02.2012 [Universohq] - Create, o autor AlanMoore comentou a decisão da DC Comics de publicar novas histórias baseadas nos personagens da graphic novel Watchmen. "Minha reação é um certo desprezo. Está além da raiva, é quase tragicômico. É a força do comércio sobre a arte.