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Alan Moore's Writing for Comics (2003)
Author: mikestoke

Alan Moore's Writing for Comics (2003)
English | CBR | 51 pages | 22.04 MB

The master of comic book writing shares his thoughts on how to deliver a top notch script. The main essay was originally written in 1985 and appeared in an obscure British fanzine, right as Moore was reshaping the landscape of modern comics, and has been tragically lost ever since. Now Avatar brings it back in print, collected for the first time as one graphic novel, and heavily illustrated by Jacen Burrows. Alan Moore also provides a brand new essay on how his thoughts on writing have changed in the two decades since he first wrote it. For fans of Moore's work, new writers, or anyone who wants a peak behind the mental curtain of one of the greatest living writers, this is a can't miss book. Details
Alan Moore: Escribir Para Cómics - Volumen 1 (Writing For Comics)
Author: Coda

Alan Moore: Escribir Para Cómics - Volumen 1 (Writing For Comics)
Avatar, 2003 | Spanish | CBR | 50 págs. | 26.7 MB

Alan Moore es, sin duda, un autor de una tremenda fuerza creativa, capaz de reinventar géneros, de encontrar nuevas formas de narrar; creador de universos y realidades con historias muy inteligentes, cargadas de planteamientos morales y filosóficos; y explorador de ideas y símbolos. Magia, fantasía, terror, historia, misterio, romance, literatura, psicodelia, sexo, anarquía y filosofía son sólo algunos de los temas tras la densa ficción de este autor, que deja un legado de obras que por sí mismas son un manual para escribir ficción. Details
Alan Moore Comics (1979-2013)
Author: angus77

Alan Moore Comics (1979-2013)
English | 362 Issues | CBR/CBZ | 6.56 GB
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Alan Moore - V for Vendetta
Author: sanskritter


V for Vendetta
Words by Alan Moore - Art by David Lloyd - Published by DC Comics (US), Titan Books (UK) - First published 1988 - Originally published in Warrior Magazine and as V for Vendetta 1-10 Details
Alan Moore - V for Vendetta
Author: sanskritter
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Words by Alan Moore - Art by David Lloyd - Published by DC Comics (US), Titan Books (UK) - First published 1988 - Originally published in Warrior Magazine and as V for Vendetta 1-10 Details
Magic Words: The Extraordinary Life of Alan Moore
Author: Balisik

Lance Parkin "Magic Words: The Extraordinary Life of Alan Moore"
Aurum Press Ltd | English | December 1, 2013 | ISBN: 1781310777 | 432 pages | azw, epub, lrf, mobi | 14,6 mb

For over three decades comics fans and creators have regarded Alan Moore as a titan of the form. With works such as V for Vendetta,The Watchmen and From Hell, Alan has repeatedly staked out new territory, attracting literary plaudits and a mainstream audience far removed from his underground origins. His place in popular culture is now such that major Hollywood players vie to adapt his books for cinema, regardless of his contempt for their attempts. Details
V for Vendetta (2005)
Author: a_l_chemist
V for Vendetta

V for Vendetta (2005)
BDRip 1080p | MKV | AVC | 1920x800, 23.976 fps, 9396 kbps | 02:12:32 | 10,0 GB
English: DTS, 6ch, 1510 kbps | Subs: English
Genre: Action | Drama | Sci-Fi

A shadowy freedom fighter known only as "V" uses terrorist tactics to fight against his totalitarian society. Upon rescuing a girl from the secret police, he also finds his best chance at having an ally. Details
V for Vendetta (2005)
Author: a_l_chemist
V for Vendetta

V for Vendetta (2005)
BDRip | AVI | XviD | 720x304, 23.976 fps, 1397 kbps | 02:12:32 | 1,74 GB
English: AC3, 6ch, 384 kbps | Subs: English (srt)
Genre: Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller

A shadowy freedom fighter known only as "V" uses terrorist tactics to fight against his totalitarian society. Upon rescuing a girl from the secret police, he also finds his best chance at having an ally. Details
Batman: The Killing Joke (Deluxe Hardcover Edition)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Batman: The Killing Joke (Deluxe Hardcover Edition)
Alan Moore & Brian Bolland | DC Comics | CBR | ISBN 1401216676 | Canada, Deluxe Edition | Mar 19 2008 | 64 Pages (c2c) | 52.03 MB

Batman: The Killing Joke is an influential one-shot graphic novel written by Alan Moore (of Watchmen fame), drawn by Brian Bolland, featuring the superhero and title character Batman and his archenemy the Joker, and published by DC Comics in 1988. The story would affect the mainstream Batman continuity in that it features (spoiler alert!--but of course you know this already) the shooting and crippling of Barbara Gordon by the Joker, an event which would lead her to adopt the role and identity of Oracle, a vital source of information for Batman and other superheroes. The plot revolves around a largely psychological battle between Batman and the Joker, who has escaped from Arkham Asylum. The Joker intends to drive Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon insane to prove that the most upstanding citizen can go mad after having "one bad day". Along the way, the Joker has flashbacks to his early life, gradually explaining his possible origins--possible because he himself is unsure: "If I'm going to have a past, I prefer it to be multiple choice!" It is a tale of insanity and human perseverance, one of the darkest ever in the entire Batman mythos. This insanity is further explored in the subtext that Batman may be just as insane as the criminals and super-villains he faces, only manifesting it in a different manner. Alan Moore sums it best: "Psychologically Batman and the Joker are mirror images of each other." And such dichotomy between Batman and the Joker is never more creatively explored, either in words or in pictures--or both--than in The Killing Joke.
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Batman: The Killing Joke (Graphic Novel, Paperback)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Batman: The Killing Joke (Graphic Novel, Paperback)
Alan Moore & Brian Bolland | DC Comics | CBR | ISBN 0930289455 | Canada, 11th Printing | Dec 1 1995 | 48 Pages + Covers | 21.94 MB

Batman: The Killing Joke is an influential one-shot graphic novel written by Alan Moore (of Watchmen fame), drawn by Brian Bolland, featuring the superhero and title character Batman and his archenemy the Joker, and published by DC Comics in 1988. The story would affect the mainstream Batman continuity in that it features (spoiler alert!--but of course you know this already) the shooting and crippling of Barbara Gordon by the Joker, an event which would lead her to adopt the role and identity of Oracle, a vital source of information for Batman and other superheroes. The plot revolves around a largely psychological battle between Batman and the Joker, who has escaped from Arkham Asylum. The Joker intends to drive Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon insane to prove that the most upstanding citizen can go mad after having "one bad day". Along the way, the Joker has flashbacks to his early life, gradually explaining his possible origins--possible because he himself is unsure: "If I'm going to have a past, I prefer it to be multiple choice!" It is a tale of insanity and human perseverance, one of the darkest ever in the entire Batman mythos. This insanity is further explored in the subtext that Batman may be just as insane as the criminals and super-villains he faces, only manifesting it in a different manner. Alan Moore sums it best: "Psychologically Batman and the Joker are mirror images of each other." And such dichotomy between Batman and the Joker is never more creatively explored, either in words or in pictures--or both--than in The Killing Joke.
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