- Wired UKSep 29 07:36 AM
Author of some of the most widely celebrated works the comics industry has ever seen, Alan Moore's career is defined by reimagining classic characters and creating scores of originals. His latest work sees the celebrated writer experimenting with an entirely new medium, and seeing where digital comics can lead. With digital anthology Electricomics now available, Moore speaks to WIRED ...
- Sydney Morning HeraldSep 25 03:42 AM
Alan Moore, the Australian Second World War artist, has died aged 101.
- The Hollywood ReporterOct 05 03:19 PM
Toby Jones, his father Freddie and cult comics author Alan Moore appear in this high-art docudrama about the mentally fragile English nature poet John Clare. read more
- The Wesleyan ArgusOct 08 06:41 PM
“Superheroes are today’s mythology,” said Hazem Fahmy ’17, the writer and director of the stage adaptation of Alan Moore’s “The Killing Joke,” premiering Oct. 8 in the ’92 Theater. “[The story of Batman is] a story that’s known all around the world, a story that’s been adapted countless times, will be adapted countless times, will be [...]
- The New York ObserverOct 02 10:36 AM
In translating 'Watchmen' from page to screen, something must be lost.
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsSep 30 09:00 PM
Zack Snyder, who directed the 2009 feature based on the Alan Moore graphic novel, is attached.
- AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsOct 02 05:25 AM
The US cable company behind some of the last decade's greatest TV shows is sizing up Alan Moore's seminal superhero comic book.
- CBS NewsOct 06 03:21 PM
Co-creator of new Web series dishes on plans for more episodes and whether "Firefly" could ever return
- Talk SportOct 06 03:31 AM
Listen back to the highlights of Tuesday's Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast , which saw Brian Moore alongside Alan Brazil. Neil Warnock joined them to assess Chelsea's current problems, Jason McAteer reflected on Brendan Rodgers' departure as Liverpool boss, while Dwight Yorke discussed Sunderland's plight.
- CNETSep 24 05:48 AM
Name your price for banned and challenged titles by Alan Moore, Wendy Pini, Garth Ennis, Julie Doucet and more, as part of the Forbidden Comics Humble Bundle.