In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out how close we came to seeing an Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill Bizarro comic book!
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In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out what original plot point in Watchmen Alan Moore changed to avoid offending some readers.
In their feature examining cases of retroactive continuity, CSBG spotlights how Alan Moore made Adam Strange's background super disturbing.
Batman #45 shows what happens when Booster Gold is inspired by classic Alan Moore Superman story, but doesn't consider the consequences.
In Despicable Deadpool #295, Wade Wilson pays an unexpected and tragic homage to Alan Moore and David Lloyd's V for Vendetta.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out how Awesome Comics going under led to America's Best Comics!
Last week's Aquaman Annual #1 comic saw a classic Superman 'villain' created by Alan Moore surface again in the DC Rebirth era.
The bad blood between Alan Moore and DC Comics runs deep, and it's all rooted in the unexpected success of Moore and Dave Gibbon's Watchmen.
HBO's Watchmen TV writer Damon Lindelof recently spoke up about the in-development show, praising the work of Alan Moore and touting its relevancy.
Watchmen illustrator Dave Gibbons has revealed that the famous blood-spattered smiley face started as a "throwaway" idea.
One of the most acclaimed comic book writers ever, Alan Moore also had his fair share of controversies over the years. Here are his 15 greatest.
From Batman to Battle Chasers, CBR takes a look back at some of the most infamous unfinished projects in the history of comics!
As 2016 winds down, we look back 30 years to the monumental and emblematic comics of 1986.
The acclaimed comics creator's latest prose novel is now available, and it's a must-read for a multitude of reasons.
The Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and Jerusalem creator weighs in on the Labour leadership contest - though he does not vote himself.
Doing press for his new comic Jerusalem, legendary comics scribe Alan Moore criticized modern superhero stories, suggesting that the medium really hasn't "grown up" at all.