Alan Moore Archives
One of the most renowned and respected comic book creators of all time, Alan Moore is also a filmmaker, anarchist, and accomplished wizard in service of the snake god Glycon. Bursting onto the comics scene in the 1980s, Moore effectively broke the entire comics industry, which has been trapped in a nostalgic feedback loop since 1986.
From coverage of Moore's seminal work with Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, (not to be confused with Moore's fish-semenal work, Neonomicon) to his current projects and cultural commentary, Bleeding Cool brings you all the latest news about Alan Moore as well as the unauthorized sequels and adaptations of his work. Moore's most famous comics also include From Hell, Swamp Thing, Marvelman, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, V for Vendetta, Promethea, The Killing Joke, Tom Strong, Providence, Lost Girls, and others.
Of Moore's magickal prowess, the only comic book creator viewed as having comparable magick abilities is fellow Englishman Grant Morrison. However, fellow comic book creator "The Great One" Brian Bendis has gone on the record as saying that Moore could easily defeat Morrison in a wizard battle. "Alan Moore’s mage powers are not to be f***ed with," Bendis said. It's a lesson DC Comics, which has kept control of the Watchmen rights instead of releasing them to Moore and Gibbons after keeping the book in print for perpetuity to fulfill a contractual loophole, must one day learn as well.
Otherworld, Saturnyne, Mad Jim Jaspers, Jamie Braddock, and more have been grabbed from Dave Thorpe, Alan Moore, Chris Claremont, and Alan Davis' past works and have been put to use Well, today's Excalibur #22 doubles down We'll have the Warpies next.
While the main team deals with Sheriff Brightspoke in Otherworld, Pete Wisdom deals with the[...]
Such as a handful of pages of Jim Lee's original art pages from X-Men with Chris Claremont, WildCATS with Alan Moore, and even a little Punisher and Ghost Rider But we started with a creation of Jim Lee for Marvel, Jubilee…
Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Karl Altstaetter Uncanny X-Men #275 Story Page 38 Original Art (Marvel, 1991)[...]
Celebrating the world of David Lloyd and Alan Moore that first appeared in Warrior Magazine and would become a global symbol of protest courtesy of the movie The exhibition, naturally, focuses on the comic book work, with original art pages, covers, watercolours-under-acetates, as well as designs and masks from the movie The exhibition is also[...]
Well, on the other side of Oxford Street to Gosh, on Tuesday the 18th of May, The Cartoon Museum in London's Fitzrovia re-opens with an exhibition examining the cultural impact of V for Vendetta, from comic book to movie.
V for Vendetta: Behind the Mask running from the 18th of May to the 31st of October,[...]
Today, the Guardian has labelled as "exclusive" the news that Alan Moore has signed a deal for a five-volume fantasy epic, Long London as well as a short story collection This may be a definition of the word "exclusive" I was previously unaware of We just forgot to say that it was an exclusive when[...]
Bleeding Cool noted last month that Alan Moore had, for the first time, retained the services of a literary book agent, Watson, Little, who was to be auctioning a collection of Alan Moore's short stories and novel series called Long London.
It appears they were successful in that endeavour, and Bloomsbury is to publish those works[...]
As part of Heritage Auction's 2021 April 25-26 Sunday & Monday Comics, Animation & Art Weekly Online Auction #122117 running right now, there's a singe page of original artwork from WildCATS #31, the final page of that issue written by Alan Moore, drawn by Jim Lee and Richard Bennett, with Tao exposing himself to the reader[...]
As the collection of the Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill strips has hit comic stores (with signed copies at Gosh), the original hardcover of the first issue, alongside new work by Garth Ennis, Kieron Gillen, Christos Gage and Max Brooks is being offered through Diamond Comic Distributors for the first time Copies of this have[...]
And with Gallery/Saga Press reprinting his Elric saga in three volumes, it is an excuse for other fantasy writer – especially those known for comics – to pay their tributes.
Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore and Michael Chabon are writing forewords to the new editions, with Elric is the brooding, albino emperor of the dying Kingdom of[...]
On the 27th of February, Bleeding Cool posted an article referencing a then-current meme, Publish An Alan Moore Comic Without Saying It's An Alan Moore Comic. It referred to Fantagraphics republishing In Pictopia! as In Pictopia, the 13-page story by Alan Moore and Don Simpson, originally published by Fantagraphics in Anything Goes in 1986 This was[...]
Shout! Studios has acquired the North American rights to Alan Moore's first feature-length movie, The Show Written by Moore and directed by Mitch Jenkins, the film will be launched on all major platforms later this year.
Tom Burke in Alan Moore's "The Show," Protagonist Pictures
The movie stars Tom Burke as a mysterious man who arrives in[...]
But also the painted colour sheet with Siobhan Dodds from the first DC Comics issue, currently at $1,050, and ends at 11:00 AM Central Time, Saturday, April 3, 2021.
David Lloyd V for Vendetta #8 Story Page 5 Original Art (DC, 1989). The stark, dystopian world of writer Alan Moore's V for Vendetta was realized perfectly by David Lloyd's high-contrast, hard-edged[...]
One containing the Alan Moore run on Swamp Thing from the mid-eighties, with Rick Veitch, Steve Bissette and John Totleben The other being the collection of last year's horror stories curated by Joe Hill, as Hill House Here's the breakdown for each.
Hill House Comics Boxset Oct 26, 2021
All the terrifying HILL HOUSE COMICS hardcover graphic[...]
Providence is a twelve-issue comic book limited series written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Jacen Burrows, published by Bleeding Cool's own publisher, Avatar Press from 2015 to 2017 Dubbed the "Watchmen Of Horror", it took the works of HP Lovecraft and recombined and recontextualised them into one extended narrative, working as both a prequel and sequel to Moore's previous HP[...]
Because it transpires that Alan Moore now has a literary agent And it is Watson, Little.
Alan Moore screencap – Extinction Rebellion
As they state "Moore has never had an agent, and given his famous public disagreements with filmmakers on how they have adapted his stories, perhaps he should have."
Alan Moore has published novels and novellas before[...]