Tag Archives: Alan Moore
Gary Groth’s 1987 interview with Alan Moore documents the writer’s attitude towards DC after creator protests over a proposed rating system. “The Watchmen and Swamp Thing writer explains why he’ll no longer work for DC.” Continue reading
A discussion on the influences and thought behind Watchmen between creators Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons at the UK Comic Art Convention in London on Sept. 21st, 1986. Moderating the panel discussion is Neil Gaiman. Continue reading
Running alongside his storied career as a comics writer, editor, and publisher, Jim Shooter began a second, parallel career sometime in the 1990s: that of recounting his first career in vainglorious prose and delusional detail. Continue reading
Featuring interviews with Alan Moore, Gene Colan, and Michael Chabon. Continue reading
Interviews with Joe Matt, Seth, and Don Rosa. Essay on Alan Moore.
An epic interview with Todd McFarlane and short conversations with Evan Dorkin and David Mazzucchelli.
Featuring interviews with Walt Kelley, Alan Moore, and Maurice Sendak; pages from Walt Kelley’s sketchbook; pages from Jim Engel’s sketchbook. Continue reading