It’s too bad the movie for League of Extraordinary Gentlemen was a disaster, because the graphic novel was a hell of an epic. Now it’s thankfully returning this March, and this time they’re fighting some really bad guys in nazi Germany.
Alan Moore, celebrated genius comics writer and comics industry curmudgeon, wants to make his own movie.
Some time back we reported that Alan Moore, famed creator of The Watchmen and V for Vendetta, and Frank Miller, father of the Dark Knight graphic novel, had gotten into a heated exchange of words over the Occupy movement.
Alan Moore is celebrated as a genius comics writer, but also widely seen as a curmudgeon of sorts.
Alan Oswald Moore is an English writer best known for penning a number of popular graphic novels, including Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell.
The news about the Watchmen prequel is only a day old, yet we already have more information about the upcoming books.
Unless you're living in a cave, you just can't avoid reports of the OccupyWallStreet (OWS) movement.
It's also inflamed two major graphic novels superstars: Alan Moore (V for Vendetta, Watchmen), and Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns, 300, Sin City).