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Alan Moore Wants to Tell You a Story

TheNewYorkTimes: It was just over a year ago that we first learned of “Unearthing,” an unusual collaboration between the comics author Alan Moore (“Watchmen,” “V for Vendetta”) and musicians including Mike Patton (of Faith No More), Justin Broadrick (Godflesh), Andrew Broder (Fog) and Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai). For the multimedia work, Mr. Moore was to write and narrate a biographical story about his friend and comics collaborator Steve Moore (who is not related) while the musicians provided an ambient soundtrack.

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Arrow S5E08 "Invasion!": On The Black Mercy, The Matrix, and the Power of Disillusionment - NerdSpan

While he may have protested any credit, or even an acknowledgement, Alan Moore was one of the prime movers of "Invasion!", Arrow's 100th episode.

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Alan Moore To Retire From Comics, Criticizes Batman

It's not you, it's him: Alan Moore reveals that he plans to retire from comics after finishing his last few projects. Instead, he looks to film and novels.

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blackblades2873d ago

I'll criticize batman to will all those animated movies. They need to slow that crap down and at least do other characters. Hell movies on other teams the justice league be nice. Like how can other characters be popular if you don't use them. Also the live action series should have them popular at least a little bit.

sonicwrecks2872d ago

Those shorts they used to do as a showcase on the animated movies were awesome and a great introduction/reintroduction to characters. Really sad they don't do them anymore to build up the awareness of the other characters, as you say.


Alan Moore Calls For Boycott Of ‘Wretched Film’ Hercules On Behalf Of Friend Steve Moore


The film Hercules by Paramount Pictures and MGM is coming to theaters on July 25th in the USA. You may have seen the trailers running this week on television portraying The Rock in the title role. But underneath a standard blockbuster-type summer film lies an almost standard-these-days story of creators’ interests gone wrong.

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