Watchmen illustrator Dave Gibbons has revealed that the famous blood-spattered smiley face started as a "throwaway" idea.
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 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.
Garth Ennis and Russ Braun explain how their "Hard-Travelin' Heroz" are unaffected by DC Comics' Rebirth -- whatever that is.
The flaws in "Batman: The Killing Joke" stand out more than ever a generation later, but so does its emotional impact in a changing social climate.
Each issue of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon's seminal comic classic will be bound as a standalone hardcover.
A new video deconstructs the "Watchmen" comic and film adaptation to get to the root of why it's unadaptable, and why that might be okay.
"The Killing Joke" attempts to retell a classic story for a modern audience, and while its intentions are laudable, it doesn't quite stick the landing.
Brian Azzarello and director Sam Liu reveal why the decision was made to take the iconic DC Comics characters' relationship into new territory.
The "Suicide Squad" movie has helped to fuel increased interest in the perennial bestseller by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland.