[comics] The Vendetta Behind ‘V for Vendetta’ — another article on Vendetta and Alan Moore from the NYT … ‘[Moore] resides in the sort of home that every gothic adolescent dreams of, one furnished with a library of rare books, antique gold-adorned wands and a painting of the mystical Enochian tables used by Dr. John Dee, the court astrologer of Queen Elizabeth I. He shuns comic-book conventions, never travels outside England and is a firm believer in magic as a “science of consciousness.” “I am what Harry Potter grew up into,” he said, “and it’s not a pretty sight.” Actually, he more closely resembles the boy-wizard’s half-giant friend Hagrid…’ [via BeaucoupKevin]

The NYT on V for Vendetta and Alan Moore

This entry was posted on Saturday, March 18th, 2006 at 8:44 am and is filed under Alan Moore, Comics, Movies.

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Nothing terribly enlightening to add, just that I enjoyed the movie almost as much as I did Alan Moore’s original work .. great blog, too!

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