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“Watchmen” – Watch the First Teaser Trailer for HBO’s New Comic Book Adaptation

A Sequel to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ Iconic Comic Book Series

May 09, 2019

HBO has shared the first teaser trailer for Watchmen, which is due out this fall and is based on the iconic DC Comics miniseries/graphic novel from 1986 and 1987 that was written by Alan Moore and drawn by Dave Gibbons. Damon Lindelof (Lost, The Leftovers) is behind the TV series, which is not a straight up adaptation of the source material, but is more of a sequel set in the world of Watchmen. More

Jun 17, 2013

Late last year legendary writer Alan Moore embarked on his first foray into film with director Mitch Jenkins, putting together a series of surreal, neo-noir shorts set in a world called Jimmy’s End. More

Nov 19, 2012

Recently penning a song for the efforts of Occupy Wall Street, legendary comic book writer Alan Moore has returned with yet another piece of music with a song called “Queen of Midnight.” More

Nov 05, 2012

Alan Moore, the renown writer of such popular graphic novels as Watchmen and V for Vendetta, has released an original benefit song called “The Decline of English Murder” to support the Occupy Wall Street movement and the online hacker/activist group Anonymous. More

DC To Publish New “Watchmen” Stories

Before Watchmen Coming Soon

Feb 01, 2012

Even The Simpsons Comic Book Guy would be speechless at the announcement today that DC Entertainment will begin publishing all-new stories expanding on creator Alan Moore‘s beloved Watchmen universe. More

Alan Moore and Photographer Mitch Jenkins Announce “Unearthing”

Out July 6th and Featuring Mike Patton, along with Members of Mogwai and Hella

Apr 28, 2010

Comic book author Alan Moore (The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, From Hell, V For Vendetta and The Watchmen) and photographer Mitch Jenkins have teamed together to create unique audio/visual project, Unearthing, available July 6th. More


May 05, 2009

In his home in Northampton, England, Alan Moore is sitting in what he calls “the position I spend most of my life”that is, in front of his computer, a device he is quick to confess has been relegated to the function of a glorified electric typewriter. Though it is not by intention, the 55-year-old is something of an imposing figure. Whether it is the assortment of rings on his fingers or his wild hair and beard, it’s little wonder why people who have only seen pictures of the man assume he is someone to approach with caution.



Oct 24, 2014

Collecting three volumes that concerned Ms. Murray and Co. (1910, 1969, 2009), Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill demonstrate their mastery of comics storytelling in this sprawling, Easter-egg filled amalgamation of lit and pop culture. More

May 28, 2013

Likely one of the few reader’s companions for a comic book, The From Hell Companion is an essential complement to From Hell, an ambitious investigation of the Jack the Ripper murders that’s dense enough to merit such an addendum. More

Saga of the Swamp Thing Book 4

Written by Alan Moore; Art by Stephen Bissette, Rick Veitch, John Totleben, Stan Woch, Tatjana Wood and others; Original Series Cover Art by Stephen Bissette & John Totleben

Feb 08, 2011

The latest Saga of the Swamp Thing hardcover edition (issues #43-50) would have easily received a higher rating if it weren’t for the faded newspaper-style paper quality. I know it’s recycled paper stock, but the colors and inks make this seem like a book that’s been sitting on my shelf for a few years instead of a brand-new edition. Regardless of this fact, Book 4 is a riveting and metaphysical trip. It’s also the culmination of Alan Moore’s year-long “American Gothic” storyline that he built up in previous volumes. More