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Batman: The Killing Joke by Alan Moore

Batman: The Killing Joke

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Brian Bolland

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“I've been thinking lately. About you and me. About what's going to happen to us. In the end. We're going to kill each other, aren't we?”

The Joker has escaped from Arkham Asylum and is hell bent on proving that there's very little between perceived sanity and his own deranged insa...

Complete WildC.A.T.S by Alan Moore

Complete WildC.A.T.S

Author: Alan Moore

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

I'm not a huge fan of serialised comics, too much history and individual story lines leaving you with a sense of not really knowing where to start. H...

From Hell by Alan Moore

From Hell

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Eddie Campbell

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

A dark and disturbing take on the dark and disturbing Jack the Ripper murders. Alan Moore's ambitious Victorian era thriller is not for the faint hea...

Miracleman Book One: A Dream of Flying by Alan Moore

Miracleman Book One: A Dream of Flying

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Garry Leach and Alan Davis

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Mike Moran is having vivid dreams, or perhaps revisiting memories. He's young, powerful and flying, then things go bad and he wakes up in a panic, wi...

Miracleman Book Three: Olympus by Alan Moore

Miracleman Book Three: Olympus

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: John Totleben

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

All three books in the Miracleman trilogy all state the author as "The Original Writer" and I was always double checking that it was actually A...

Miracleman Book Two: The Red King Syndrome by Alan Moore

Miracleman Book Two: The Red King Syndrome

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Chuck Beckum, Alan Davis, Rick Veitch

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

The Red King Syndrome continues Alan Moore's trilogy of Miracleman volumes and takes a darker turn from the big and heroic action set pie...

Skizz by Alan Moore

Skizz

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Jim Baikie

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

When Interpreter Zhcchz's (Skizz) space ship crash lands on a remote blue planet, his computer informs him the self destruct sequence has been s...

Swamp Thing by Alan Moore

Swamp Thing

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Stephen Bissette

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Exploring themes such as identity, self and being, the Alan Moore run of Swamp Thing is a supernatural horror series of the highest order. Moore's&nb...

The Ballad of Halo Jones by Alan Moore

The Ballad of Halo Jones

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Ian Gibson

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“Anybody could have done it.”

In the hoop, a sprawling relocation hub where the unemployed loiter until they can find work, Halo lives day to day with her friends hoping for change...

The Complete D.R. & Quinch by Alan Moore

The Complete D.R. & Quinch

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Alan Davis

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Bored, trouble making, juvenile delinquents Waldo "D.R." (Diminished Responsibility) Dobbs and Ernest Errol Quinch are two alien teenage students wh...

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Kevin O'Neill

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill serve up a unique and imaginative superhero action adventure as they team up famous (and infamous)  characters...

Top 10 by Alan Moore

Top 10

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Gene Ha and Zander Cannon

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

Neopolis, a city designed by Nazi scientists in an alternate reality to accommodate the ever increasing population of super humans or “science-...

V For Vendetta by Alan Moore

V For Vendetta

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Alex Lloyd

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“Remember, remember the fifth of November, The gunpowder treason and plot, I know of no reason, Why the gunpowder treason, Should ever be forgot”

Terrorism, fascism, anarchy, anti-heroes and vaudevillian villians encompass London in this twisting, twirling, tightrope, time-bomb tale rightly cons...

Watchmen by Alan Moore

Watchmen

Author: Alan Moore
Artist: Dave Gibbons

Reviewed by Lorenzo Princi

“Who watches the watchmen?”

Opening with a cinematic moment of a man flying through a glass window and falling (view point pulling out panel by panel) and crushing to his bloody ...