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See the cover of comics legend Alan Moore's first short-story collection, Illuminations

Alan Moore is one of the most accomplished comic-book writers of all time, and his work in the field reverberates to this day. His 1986 series Watchmen with artist Dave Gibbons changed superheroes forever, not to mention inspiring Damon Lindelof's 2019 HBO miniseries of the same name. His series The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen with artist Kevin O'Neill ran for decades and managed to incorporate nearly every major pop culture personage of the last century, including some truly cutting commentary on James Bond and Harry Potter.
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Northampton Film Festival to feature Alan Moore homage to town

A film described as a "love letter" to the hometown of comic book writer Alan Moore will be screened as part of the Northampton Film Festival 2022. The Show was filmed in the area and tells the story of a man hired to track down a stolen artefact. It will...
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BBC Maestro Reveals Alan Moore Storytelling Course (Exclusive)

If you love the art of storytelling, you can't get much better than comics legend Alan Moore (From Hell, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), and now Moore and BBC Maestro are offering a rare chance to learn directly from one of the best writers around. The Storytelling course features over 6 hours of unfiltered advice and unique insight spread across 33 lessons along with comprehensive downloadable notes, and throughout the course, Moore explores the idea that writing is for everyone and "not just for me and people with my amazing haircut." Alan Moore's Storytelling course is available starting on March 24th, and you can check out more about the course right here.
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Remember when Alan Moore got into a public feud with Frank Miller over Occupy Wall Street?

On this day in 1953, comic book legend Alan Moore (Watchmen, V for Vendetta, From Hell, Batman: The Killing Joke) was born in was Northampton, England. In addition to his mastery of signature storytelling, Moore is known for his forthright, outspoken nature (take, for instance, his criticism of adults’ obsession with modern superhero blockbusters, which he called “both tremendously embarrassing and not a little worrying“).
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Alan Moore (1966-2021)

Alan Eugene Moore’s exuberant spirit entered this world on June 10, 1966, in Bryan, Ohio. The son of William C. “Bill” Moore and Joann J. (Northrup) Moore,. Alan was instantly your friend and didn’t know a stranger. His distinctive voice carried over a crowd, where he was often found regaling listeners with his favorite stories, usually followed by a hearty chuckle. He had an impish soul and embraced life.
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Alan Moore: First film is a 'love letter' to Northampton

Renowned comic book writer Alan Moore says the first film he has written is a "love letter" to his home town of Northampton. The Show was filmed in the area and tells the story of a man hired to track down a stolen artefact. It stars Moore himself, as well...
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