Top 10 Alan Moore Comics & Graphic NovelsAlexandr
The Top Ten
This was the graphic novel that forever changed the way comics were made.
This is Alan Moore's magnum opus. 'enough said.
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V for Vendetta #1-10 (March 1982 � May 1989) - Alexandr
TLOEG Vol. 1 #1-6 (March 1999 � September 2000)
TLOEG Vol. 2 #1-6 (September 2002 � November 2003)
TLOEG The Black Dossier (November 14, 2007) - Alexandr
Alan Moore said the Killing Joke wasn't saying anything interesting. I disagree. The whole idea of the Killing Joke, is, quite simply, "all it takes is one bad day to drive the sanest man alive to lunacy". Which is very true. I've had years of my life to ponder the message and meaning of the book, and, even if Moore didn't see it, he created one of the most chilling books to date. It's the ultimate battle between good and evil, right and wrong. And it shows that even the worst of us were once human.
I don't know why everyone likes Watchmen so much. The ending was terrible and lazy. I loved V for Vendetta, and I think that would be a close second to this. People always disregard this book since it's a Batman story, where as others such as From Hell or Watchmen are seen as more mature because they have original characters and what not. But Alan Moore and Brian Bolland merely used the familiar world of Batman to craft the ultimate tale of good and evil, sanity and insanity, and how even the most depraved humans were once regular people, driven over the edge by tragedy. The art from Brian Bolland is the best in all of comics, and the ending too, is the best in not just comics, but in all of literature.
This is incredible, because for the first time ever, you get to see the other side of the joker; and you realize for the first time, that, joker is just a person. He's not a demon, not an evil alien, just a man who lost everything and couldn't cope with it. It really blurs the line between whether joker is really evil or not,
I WANT THIS ON NUMBER 1! Sorry folks, but I'm a humongous fan of this story. I'm so happy that they made tis adaption as an animated movie. Feat. Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill. And even though Alan Moore is a great guy. I still love this story. - asantaloV 1 Comment
Watchmen and Swamp Thing were doubtless more influential, but this will always be my personal favourite.
From Hell #1-10 (1991 � 1996) - Alexandr
Swamp thing you are amazing
Swamp Thing #20-58, #60-61, #63-64 (January 1984-September 1987) - Alexandr
Marvelman #1-16 (August 1985 � December 1988) - Alexandr
Promethea #1-32 (August 1999 � April 2005) - Alexandr
Supreme #41-56 (August 1996 � February 1998) - Alexandr
Tom Strong #1-22, 36 (April 1999 � March 2006) - Alexandr
Book One: 2000AD #376-385 (1984)
Book Two: 2000AD #405-415 (1985)
Book Three: 2000AD #451-466 (1986) - Alexandr
This comic was a send off for silver age superman in light of the Crisis on infinite earths retcons. Moore weaves a brilliant story that combines everything great about silver age Superman. - Jackamalio
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2. V for Vendetta
3. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
2. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
3. Tom Strong