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Alan Moore is back and he's "bursting with fiction"

Two years ago, comic legend Alan Moore announced his retirement from comic books. He's now signed a book deal with Bloomsbury for a five-volume epic fantasy series and a huge collection of short stories. While he's done with comics, he isn't done with being a storyteller. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Books, Comics, News, Fiction, Alan Moore, Bloomsbury, Alan Moore Knows The Score


Alan Moore's Next Books Sound Alan Moore-y as Hell

Alan Moore, modern-day Saruman and creator of comic masterpieces like Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and From Hell, has just signed with a new book publisher, and his upcoming fiction series sounds... well, like just the sort of things Alan Moore tends to write.Read more...
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Alan Moore Working on Short Stories, 5-Volume Fantasy Series

Alan Moore has many, many stories still to tell.
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‘I’m bursting with fiction’: Alan Moore announces five-volume fantasy epic

Exclusive: Watchmen and V for Vendetta writer lands six-figure deal for fantasy quintet Long London and short story collectionTwo years after announcing that he had retired from comics, Alan Moore, the illustrious author of Watchmen and V for Vendetta, has signed a six-figure deal for a “groundbreaking” five-volume fantasy series as well as a “momentous” collection of short stories.Bloomsbury, home to the Harry Potter novels, acquired what it described as two “major” projects from the 67-year-ol...
Tags: Books, Alan Moore, UK News, Culture, Harry Potter, Bloomsbury, Long London


‘What if Superman was your dad?’ Comics legend Mark Millar on Jupiter’s Legacy

The Kick-Ass and Kingsman creator is back with a TV series about a warring super-powered family. The Scot reveals how Carrie Fisher helped inspire it – and why he’s delighted Covid scuppered his move to HollywoodMark Millar is remembering one of the best bits of advice he ever came across, something he read as a teenager that was said by Alan Moore, the legendary creator of such milestones in comics as Watchmen and V for Vendetta. “Never believe that you’re a genius,” quotes Millar, himself the ...
Tags: Television, Film, Alan Moore, Marvel, Superman, Carrie Fisher, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Glasgow, Jupiter, Mark Millar, Kingsman, Scot, Millar, Kick-ass


CS Soapbox: V For Vendetta’s 15th Anniversary Comes at an Eerie Time

CS Soapbox: V For Vendetta’s 15th Anniversary Comes at an Eerie Time “The valorous visitation of V for Vendetta” On March 17, 2005,  V for Vendetta  made its way into theaters. 15 years ago, in the wake of 9/11 and the U.S. War on Terror, a film about someone dead-set on blowing up a building as a way of changing the world was considered, well, radical. While a mild commercial success at the time, James McTeigue’s movie (written by The Wachowskis and based on the work of Alan Moore—who ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, UK, England, Movies, News, Germany, Alan Moore, America, Rome, Anniversary, Action, Article, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Parliament, Warner Bros


DC’s Rorschach: A detective walks into a world shaped by squids and superheroes (ars technica)

Enlarge / Thank you for giving me something to look forward to, DC Comics. (credit: Nathan Mattise) Warning: Though we'll take great pains not to spoil anything important from DC's ongoing Rorschach comic, some of the story's events will be lightly referenced, given this is a review of sorts. After the magnetic nine-episode run of HBO's Watchmen back in 2019... well, Alan Moore be damned. The creator may completely reject all adaptations of his seminal comic, but I will happily be indul...
Tags: Hbo, News, Alan Moore, Dc, Nathan Mattise, Tom King, Dave Stewart, Jorge Fornes


Wrestling With the Complex Legacy of ‘Game of Thrones’ on Its 10th Anniversary

Attempting to define legacy – whether of an individual, an institution, or a piece of art – can be a fraught proposition. By our very nature, human beings generally tend to crave oversimplified narratives to help make sense of a messy and chaotic world. After all, depending on who you ask, George Lucas will either go down as the godfather of all our nerdy obsessions or the monster who trampled on our collective childhoods, superhero blockbusters ought to be considered as either the modern he...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Fantasy, Alan Moore, Features, Netflix, Avatar, Cameron, Adaptation, Army, Starz, Game Of Thrones, James Cameron


Shout! Acquires North American Rights to ‘The Show,’ Created by Alan Moore, From Protagonist (EXCLUSIVE)

Shout! Studios has secured all distribution rights in North America from Protagonist Pictures to “The Show,” the mystery fantasy feature film written by Alan Moore, the creator of iconic comic-books such as “Watchmen,” “V for Vendetta,” “From Hell” and “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.” “The Show,” directed by Mitch Jenkins, will be launched across all […]
Tags: News, Alan Moore, Global, North America, Tom Burke, Protagonist Pictures, Mitch Jenkins, Shout! Studios


V for Vendetta Might Be Even Better 15 Years Later

There’s a point about halfway through V for Vendetta when a character is looking at headlines and sees one that reads: “80,000 Dead.” The thought that some singular event could have killed so many people is meant to shock both him and the audience. In 2006, when V for Vendetta was released, it probably did. But in…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Alan Moore, Oscar, Natalie Portman, John Hurt, Lilly, Finch, Evie, Stephen Rea, Lana, Evey, Sutler, Animal Rights Activists, V


Wild Cards: George R.R. Martin’s Series Adaptation Moving From Hulu to Peacock

Wild Cards: George R.R. Martin’s Series Adaptation Moving From Hulu to Peacock The series adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s book series Wild Cards is officially moving from Hulu to Peacock, according to Variety. It was announced in 2018 that the project would be heading to Hulu with Andrew Miller previously attached as writer and executive producer. Miller is reportedly no longer involved with the adaptation and a search is ongoing for a new writer. if (typeof...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Alan Moore, TV News, Manhattan, Streaming, Hulu, Miller, George R R Martin, Martin, Da Vinci, Peacock, Snodgrass, Andrew Miller, ComingSoon


Who were the most legendary ancient rulers of all time?

We often dismiss ancient history and the people in it as too long past to be noteworthy. Some early rulers were so iconic that their names and works passed into legend and influenced others for centuries. Every person on this list contributed to the world you live in today. A lot of people can be rather dismissive of ancient history, even using the term to refer to past events so remote as to be irrelevant. Nothing could be further from the truth, as the events and decisions made in antiquity ...
Tags: Europe, England, London, Greece, Scotland, China, India, Alan Moore, History, Rome, Egypt, Italy, Macedonia, Innovation, Athens, Parthenon


Alan Moore's surprisingly positive thoughts on Frank Miller, from 1983

Alan Moore and Frank Miller are perhaps two of the best known comic book creators—or at least, two with the most notable personalities. They've both had their properties—creator-owned, and otherwise—adapted into hit movies (for better, and for worse). And they've both been known for expressing, erm, shall we say, unpleasantries and other controversial opinions. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Comics, News, Comic Books, Alan Moore, Comic Book Movies, Daredevil, Frank Miller


Superhero Bits: Marvel Stars Defend Chris Pratt, Spider-Man Gets a Cowl, It’s Wonder Woman Day & More

Want to see a Wolverine fan film where the mutant tries to get a haircut? Why does Spider-Man have a new two-piece suit with a cowl? Did you know it’s officially Wonder Woman Day? Have you heard about the new book The Wakanda Files? When will Warner Bros. make a decision about when to release Wonder Woman 1984? When can you get the second season of Doom Patrol on Blu-ray and DVD? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Wolverine visits a swanky barbershop to start afresh in hu...
Tags: Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Agents Of Shield, Alan Moore, Spider-Man, Suicide Squad, Batman, Warner Bros, Deadpool, Avengers, Hellboy, Hulk, Wolverine, Miles, Peter, Peter Parker


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Penny Dreadful’ is the Beautiful, Lurid Gothic Horror Show of Your Dreams

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Show: Penny Dreadful Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: Gothic horrors from classic literature collide in Victorian England. Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: Gory, sexy, and scary, Penny Dreadful is a show that deserved better. While the terrible American Horror Story gets to stretch on into infinity, this better-made, b...
Tags: England, Movies, Horror, Alan Moore, Features, Green, Reeve Carney, Jekyll, Logan, Vanessa, Penny Dreadful, Ethan, Frankenstein, Dorian Gray, TIMOTHY DALTON, John Logan


Andrew Broder, Denzel Curry, Dua Saleh, & Haleek Maul – “Bloodrush”

The Minneapolis musician Andrew Broder has had a long, strange career. For decades, Broder has been the mastermind behind Fog, the critically beloved experimental indie rock project. But over the years, Broder has also worked with a fascinating array of artists, from MF DOOM to Phil Elverum. Just in the past year, Broder has More »
Tags: Music, Minneapolis, Alan Moore, Phil Elverum, Justin Vernon, Broder, Denzel Curry, Andrew Broder, Dua Saleh, Haleek Maul, Andrew Broder Denzel Curry Dua Saleh


Alan Moore on Covid, super heroes, Trump and Brexit

Famed comic writer/chaos magician/curmudgeon swore back in 2014 that he would not be doing any more interviews. But he made an exception in order to hype the release of his new film The Show, which premieres this month at the Sitges film festival in Spanish (after a planned premiere at the cancelled South By Southwest). — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Comic Books, Alan Moore, Superheroes, Brexit, Trump, The Show, Southwest Read, Entertainment Industry, Escapism


Tom Burke on Working With ‘Watchmen’ Creator Alan Moore in ‘The Show’ & Becoming Orson Welles in ‘Mank’

Tom Burke, best known to global audiences as the restrained, husky private detective Cormoran Strike of BBC’s adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s Robert Galbraith novels, is hanging up his hat in British indie film “The Show” to play… another detective. But one, he hastens to add, dreamt up by fantastical “Watchmen” creator Alan Moore. There’s a […]
Tags: News, Alan Moore, Global, Bbc, J K Rowling, Tom Burke, Robert Galbraith, Cormoran Strike, The Show, Mank, Becoming Orson Welles


‘Watchmen’ Creator Alan Moore: Superhero Movies May Have Contributed To Trump’s Rise

Alan Moore shared his disdain for modern comics in a new interview, arguing that superhero films have "blighted cinema."
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Watchman Creator Alan Moore Has Some Blunt Thoughts About Superhero Movies

The seasoned comics writer doesn't mince words.
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Superhero Bits: ‘Agents of SHIELD’ NYCC Panel, Alan Moore Thinks Adam West is the Best Batman & More

Want to see New York Comic-Con panels for Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, The Sandman audio drama, and X-Men: The Art and Making of the Animated Series? Who does Alan Moore think is the best Batman? Could Wonder Woman 1984 end up getting delayed again? Why did Deadpool 2 feel like a business transaction to Josh Brolin? Want to know more about The Harbinger? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s the New York Comic-Con panel looking back at seven seasons of Marvel’s Agents o...
Tags: New York, Movies, Agents Of Shield, Alan Moore, Marvel, Spider-Man, Black Widow, Josh Brolin, Scarlett Johansson, Batman, Deadpool, X-men, Aquaman, Russo brothers, Kevin Smith, Adam West


Eddie Campbell on Colorizing From Hell

It’s no secret I’m a sucker for an audio commentary. So here’s something along those lines, and it involves my favorite graphic novel of all time: From Hell. Artist Eddie Campbell set about colorizing the book and in this video he talks about the two year process, things he didn’t like about his work on the original black and white version, and how hats can throw off your whole game. The new color version is available from Amazon.
Tags: Comics, Alan Moore, Stimuli, Eddie Campbell


First Teaser Trailer for Strange 'The Show' Film Written by Alan Moore

"We've saved you the best seat in the house." A promo teaser trailer has debuted for a strange indie creation called The Show, from filmmaker Mitch Jenkins. This was supposed to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival before it was cancelled, it will instead premiere at the Sitges Film Festival this month. Fletcher Dennis, a man of many talents, passports and identities, arrives in Northampton - a strange and haunted town in the heart of England as dangerous as he is. His search for a stolen arti...
Tags: England, Movies, Trailer, Alan Moore, Northampton, Indies, To Watch, Mitch Jenkins, Sheila Atim, Fletcher Dennis, Watchmen V for Vendetta Swamp Thing, Tom Burke Siobhan Hewlett Alan Moore


After 22 Years, DC Direct/DC Collectibles is No More

After 22 years, DC Direct/DC Collectibles is no more Just two weeks ahead of DC Comics’ big online Fandome event, mass layoffs at Warner Bros decimated the entire company. As a result, it looks like streaming service DC Universe’s days are numbered. And collectibles division DC Direct, previously also known as DC Collectibles, is done altogether, per The Hollywood Reporter. The company’s recent most popular lines included a 6-inch series of Batman animated figures, and 7-inch DC Comics based ...
Tags: Toys, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Alan Moore, Superman, Dc Comics, Batman, Warner Bros, Collectibles, Extras, McFarlane, Dc Collectibles, Todd McFarlane, McFarlane Toys, DC Universe


The Best TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in August 2020

Netflix giveth, and Netflix taketh away. As usual, the streaming service is set to lose some big titles in August, leaving you with just a few measly days (or weeks, in some instances) to catch up before they disappear into digital oblivion. Here’s the full list of what’s vanishing from the service, including the best movies leaving Netflix in August 2020. Groundhog Day Hulu recently released Palm Springs, which uses this film’s now-famous time-loop structure as a jumping off point. But si...
Tags: Movies, Alan Moore, Christopher Lee, Netflix, Bill Murray, Jane Austen, Hulu, The Wicker Man, Clueless, Groundhog Day, Lake House, Emma, Candyman, Judy Moody, Amy Heckerling, James McTeigue


The 10 Best Comic Book Documentaries

The 10 Best Comic Book Documentaries This year’s San Diego Comic-Con has reinvented itself as [email protected] due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the biggest annual events in entertainment is streaming its panels/programs and making an Online Exhibit Hall available on Comic-Con’s website. The show must go on. The root of SDCC’s popularity is well, comic books—the most ubiquitous source material in contemporary television and film. A lot of work goes into putting a script onscreen. It takes a...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Entertainment, Comic Books, Alan Moore, Bbc, Documentaries, Dc, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Smith, Hulu, Jonathan Ross, Jeff Smith, Steve Ditko, SDCC


Watchmen Screenwriter Reveals Plans for an Alternate Ending

Watchmen Screenwriter Reveals Plans for an Alternate Ending Whatever you have to say about Zack Snyder’s filmmaking style, his Watchmen movie is about as faithful an adaptation that fans of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel could have hoped for. The only major deviation from the source material was the omission of the giant squid, which Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias transported to New York in order to bring about global peace. Snyder’s film instead framed Doctor Manhattan for a series of e...
Tags: New York, Movies, Alan Moore, Paul Greengrass, Manhattan, Darren Aronofsky, Hiroshima, Gibbons, Times Square, Snyder, Moore, Zack Snyder, Nite, David Hayter, Greengrass, ComingSoon


‘Watchmen,’ ‘Hollywood,’ ‘For All Mankind’ EPs Sound Off on Crafting TV’s Alternate Histories

Alternate history series have been all the rage for quite a few months now, something “Watchmen” executive producer Damon Lindelof says could be happening because “alternate history is just more palatable than real history.” His HBO limited series adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel of the same name explores the 1921 Tulsa […]
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Alan Moore, Awards, Features, Emmys, Damon Lindelof, Tulsa, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, For All Mankind


‘Watchmen’ Season 2: Damon Lindelof Still Wants Someone Else to Take Over

Watchmen, last year’s HBO series overseen by Lost and The Leftovers showrunner Damon Lindelof, was a miraculous piece of storytelling that pushed the envelope in terms of what a sequel to a beloved property could be. It also happened to be remarkably prescient in terms of topics like race and police brutality, which are obviously very much at the center of the national conversation several months after the series wrapped up. But Lindelof has said multiple times that he has not yet had an idea f...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Alan Moore, Sci-fi, Sequels, Damon-Lindelof, Tulsa, Zack Snyder, Lindelof, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Dave Gibbons, Watchmen, HBO Max, Collider Lindelof


Damon Lindelof on Possibility of Watchmen Season 2

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Damon Lindelof on possibility of Watchmen season 2 Last December saw the jaw-dropping finale of Damon Lindelof’s adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ graphic novel Watchmen and after months of the showrunner and creator has been pretty firm on not being interested in returning for a second season, he has opened up on his thoughts about the show’s future. Warning: Major Spoilers Lie Ahead for Watchmen‘s Finale PB = PB || {}; PB.gptS...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Alan Moore, America, Justin Theroux, TV News, Manhattan, Tomorrowland, Damon Lindelof, Tulsa, Angela, Regina King, Kevin Carroll, Tim Blake Nelson, Treme