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Doctor Who Daleks
Panini UK is to publish a collection of Daleks comic book stories by the likes of 2000AD creator Pat Mills, V For Vendetta creator David Lloyd, the late Preacher co-creator Steve Dillon, and Watchmen co-creator Dave Gibbons and Doctor Who TV/audio writer Paul Cornell Because at some point in their lives, they all worked on[...]
V for Vendetta #1 At Auction For $135 Already
Originally serialised by Dez Skinn's Warrior Magazine in 1982, DC Comics republished, coloured and concluded V For Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd in 1988 A modicum hit at the time, it has remained a perennial seller for DC Comics, and they got a Wachowski movie out of it, which further spread the imagery[...]
University Of Northampton Labels V for Vendetta For Upsetting Material
The comic book by Alan Moore and David Lloyd that tells a 1984-inspired story of anarchy vs fascism, Moore famously was born and lives in Northampton, England – the university is his local. It joins 1984 on a course list for a module called Identity Under Construction For which students are told that the module "addresses[...]
Indiana School Shuts Down Over V For Vendetta Protest
It included a number of graphic novels, featured on Bleeding Cool, including V For Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd The comic book tells the story of an England under the boot of a media-driven and police-imposed fascist dictatorship, written in the early eighties and inspired by the Thatcher government of the day Last[...]
Texas Asks if V For Vendetta & Y The Last Man are in School Libraries
But he has demanded answers by the 12th of November, noting that a number of Texas school districts of late "have removed books from libraries and/or classrooms after receiving objections from students, parents, and taxpayers." These include (and why this story is running on Bleeding Cool) graphic novels such as V for Vendetta by Alan Moore[...]
Alan Moore and David Llloyd's V For Vendetta #1 CGC 9.8 At Auction
V for Vendetta was a comic book by Alan Moore and David Lloyd, which began serialisation in 1982, in the UK anthology Warrior, alongside Moore's Marvelman and The BoJeffries Saga It was later republished and concluded from DC Comics in 1988 to follow Watchmen The story depicts a dystopian and post-apocalyptic near-future history version of[...]
Video Preview: The London Cartoon Museum's V For Vendetta Exhibition
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[...]
London Cartoon Museum Reopens With V For Vendetta Exhibition On Tuesday
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,[...]
Alan Moore & David Lloyd's V For Vendetta Original Artwork At Auction
And I confess, while I preferred the black-and-whites, I could happily read the colourised version too. Which is handy, because as part of, not only is there an original art page of V for Vendetta by David Lloyd, with V about to break into song, currently at $4,900, but it's bound to go higher before it[...]
Things To Do In Leamington Spa This Weekend If You Like Comics
These will involve yours truly on moderation duties meeting and greeting the aforementioned David Lloyd, along with David Leach and Neil McClements, who will be talking about Aces Weekly, a digital anthology title exclusive to the internet showcasing an array of stories, styles and sensibilities from across the globe Following that will be the Transformers[...]
NYCC '15: Look! It Moves! Interviews David Lloyd
I interview V for Vendetta co-creator and artist David Lloyd on his exclusive digital-only, creator-owned comics anthology series Aces Weekly. You can subscribe to Aces Weekly at acesweekly.co.uk Hanging out at lookitmoves@gmail.com Follow the official LOOK! IT MOVES! twitter feed at http://twitter.com/lookitmoves for thoughts and snark on media and pop culture, stuff for future columns and stuff I[...]
The Sci-Fi Digital Comic That's Older Than The Hills Launches Today
This is Older Than the Hills, the new graphic serial by Martin Hayes and Chris Askham is launching in Volume 18 of David Lloyd's digital magazine Aces Weekly. High summer The rolling English countryside The birds and the butterflies and the blood. Brian and Rebecca, two archaeologists down from the university for a once in a lifetime opportunity[...]
Three Days in Dublin: Comics And Cons
But it did not matter, for you couldn't really see the building anyway – the throngs of people waiting to get inside all-but blocked it from view. I was really only there to drop off some flyers to my editor, David Lloyd, who was busy sketching and signing on the second level of the convention centre[...]