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Alan Moore Daily Roundup #5


A review of Cosmic Trigger, a play based on Robert Anton Wilson’s autobiography

“According to magician and graphic novel writer superstar Alan Moore, whose voice leads the opening invocation of The Play : ‘Most people find the word ‘Apocalypse’ to be a terrifying concept. Checked in the dictionary, it means only ‘revelation,’ although it obviously has also come to mean end of the world.’”

Graphic novels that will haunt you long after you have turned the last page

“Finally, one of the undisputed masters of the game channels his love of H.P. Lovecraft into a work that is hard to classify and harder to stomach. Alan Moore wrote a story called The Courtyard…”

The Negative Zone: What Didn’t Make Our Final List

“And some comics suffered for their creators’ success: Brian K. Vaughan, Grant Morrison and Alan Moore, for example, appeared so many times that we had to make some choices about what to include.”

What Can We Learn from Dystopian Fiction About Climate Change?

“For example, Alan Moore’s graphic novel The Swamp Thing, a story based on the consequences of mismanaged nuclear waste was published in 1971.”

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