Alan Moore is a writer perhaps best known for the groundbreaking comic Watchmen. Other notable works include his novel Voice of the Fire and comics such as V for Vendetta, From Hell, and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
Moore is also a practicing magician, of the occult variety. Although he was always interested in the occult from a theoretical perspective it wasn’t until he wrote From Hell that he became interested in it as a practice rather than an academic concern.
Moore has also provided vocals for musical projects with David J from Bauhaus and written and performed occult performance art works.
In 2009 he founded the print magazine Dodgem Logic, which he edits.
Free comics by Alan Moore
- American Splendor strip written by Harvey Pekar and drawn by Moore
- Big Numbers # 3 a lost comic by Alan Moore.
- Moore on how things went disastrously wrong with the Watchmen movie
- Interview from Wired in 2009
- The Craft interview from Feb 2005.
- More Moore interviews
Monsters, Maniacs, and Moore, a documentary on Moore from 1987.
Feud With Grant Morrison
Lengthy video interview with Moore One of the questions is about his feud with Morrison.
Morrison’s response to the Moore video, along with some additional history from Pádraig Ó Méalóid. Includes a transcript of the relevant parts of the above video.
Other stuff by Alan Moore
- “March of the Sinister Ducks” song with David J from Bauhaus.
- Lost Alan Moore Essay on Magic Originally intended to appear in KAOS 15
- Summary of Moore’s Twilight of the Superheroes proposal and the proposal itself
- More works by Moore
- The Onion: Barack Obama Names Alan Moore Official White House Biographer (satire)
- PZ Myers on Alan Moore and Magic
- Al Columbia Finally Reveals What Happened to the Big Numbers # 4 Artwork
- More misc. Moore links
- why I love The Master… An archive of out of print work and general ephemera relating to Alan Moore. A must-visit site for any Alan Moore fan.
- Alan Moore Fansite
- Alan Moore interview index exhaustive collection of interviews
- Wikipedia entry on Alan Moore
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