Tag Archives: Alan Moore

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (3/6/13 – A Wafer Duly Spat to the Floor at the American Secular Mass)

More service than you can stand; more attention than you can bear. Continue reading

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (12/5/12 – Why Does Herr Moore Run Amok?)

Not many comics catching my eye this week, which means we’re GOING TO THE MOVIES ON THE INTERNET!! Continue reading

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (7/11/12 – Halloween in July)

A scary incident from Alan Moore’s past, among other chillers for your summertime bag. Continue reading

 

The Alan Moore Interview

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 Portal to Another Dimension: Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, and Neil Gaiman

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

 

Jim Shooter: Groundhog Day in the Land of the Apocryphiars

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

 

Live from Little Torch Key

The meaning of the term “Comics!”. Also: Prostitution. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 231, March 2001

Featuring interviews with Alan Moore, Gene Colan, and Michael Chabon. Continue reading