Alan Moore

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Alan Moore (born 18 November 1953) is an English writer known primarily for his work in comic books including Watchmen, V for Vendetta, The Ballad of Halo Jones, Swamp Thing, Batman: The Killing Joke and From Hell. Regarded by some as the best comics writer in the English language, he is widely recognized among his peers and critics. He has occasionally used such pseudonyms as Curt Vile, Jill de Ray, and Translucia Baboon; also, reprints of some of his work have been credited to The Original Writer when Moore requested that his name be removed.

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There is something you do not see every day, and it is an anarchist who is against the internet and convinced that the leaders lead us to destruction, apologize for having requested the vote for Labor in the December elections. I don’t know what I would be thinking. The drugs. Poor digestion. A virus. I’m sorry, really sorry. He should have known that the fact that an anarchist asks for the vote for a politician can only bring bad consequences. My call made dozens of anarchists cast their vote for the Labor Party, and precisely at all those polling stations, they have had the worst defeat since the Falkland War. I know, I know. I have rushed into the abyss for Labor for at least two decades, and I can only conclude that I... (From:
Pt. 1: The Alan Moore interview On November 1, 2005, I interviewed Alan Moore for GIANT Magazine. Although the finished piece was only 300 words long, I ended up talking to Moore for nearly an hour, and he went on at some length about his difficulties with DC Comics and the American Entertainment Industry, in general. A short version of the interview was published in Publisher Weekly Comics Week on November 8, 2005. I’d always meant to get the whole thing cleaned up and edited down, and with V FOR VENDETTA opening this weekend, it seemed like as good a time as any. In talking to Moore – who is just as fascinating and voluble as you’ve heard – it becomes clear that the situation with his work at DC and i... (From:
Part 1: Publishing and Kindle Honest Publishing recently spoke to writer and comic book legend Alan Moore, creator of critically acclaimed works including Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and From Hell. We’d like to thank Alan Moore for his incredible generosity and for being very open and honest with us. In the first part of our interview, we picked his brains on the shape of publishing, writing as a full-time occupation, and his take on the Kindle. What do you think of the state of British publishing at the minute? Is it edgy enough? From my somewhat distant perspective, it looks pretty wretched. That’s not to say it’s not without really interesting signs of regeneration and recovery, but the mainstream ... (From:
Book One: THE BOROUGHS He [Ludwig Wittgenstein] once greeted me with the question: “Why do people say that it was natural to think that the sun went round the earth rather than that the earth turned on its axis?” I replied: “I suppose, because it looked as if the sun went round the earth.” “Well,” he asked, “what would it have looked like if it had looked as if the earth turned on its axis?” —Elizabeth Anscombe, An Introduction to Wittgenstein’s Tractatus A HOST OF ANGLES It was the morning of October 7th, 1865. The rain and its accompanying light were foul against the squinty attic window as Ern Vernall woke to his last day of sanity. ... (From:
The biggest difficulty to write on any creative activity, since writing on same it until writing on automobile-devouring (to devorar automobiles) is that, in the majority of the times, the articles or interviews that appear they seem to be incapable of will extend themselves beyond the information obvious techniques and lists of recommended instruments. I do not want to fall again into this same line, being said which typewriter I use, or which type of paper carbon I find better, since this information will not make the lesser difference in the quality of that you write. In a similar way, I do not find that a detailed analysis of my process of work is very useful, since I imagine that it I vary drastically of the story for the story, and al... (From:
I Travel in Suspenders, AD 1931 I travel in suspenders. Selling ‘em, that is, not wearing ‘em. That always gets a laugh. You’ll often find a laugh will kick things off better than anything, whether you’re talking to a client, or young lady. Or for that matter a constable. Do you know, very often in the motor that carries me back and forth from Angel Lane to the assizes I’ll make some remark, you know. Just kidding them along, like, as you do. The other day we passed by this young woman in the street and honestly, the face on her, I’ve never seen one like it. I pointed her out to the young chap that I was handcuffed to. I said, ‘Ah well, there’s no sense looking at the mantel when the fi... (From:

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