V for Vendetta: New Edition

V for Vendetta: New Edition


By (author) Alan Moore, By (author) David Lloyd

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  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 296 pages
  • Dimensions: 170mm x 258mm x 19mm | 613g
  • Publication date: 27 March 2009
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1845762274
  • ISBN 13: 9781845762278
  • Illustrations note: colour comic strip
  • Sales rank: 8,581

Product description

"V for Vendetta" - the inspiration for the controversial movie smash hit - is one of the accomplishments that cemented Alan Moore's reputation as comics' foremost writer, and now returns in a stunning new edition.Originally published in 1990, "V for Vendetta" is a frightening and powerful story about the loss of freedom and individuality set in a totalitarian England. Written against a background of third-term Thatcherism and tabloid rants against minorities, this is a work of startling clarity...everything that comics weren't supposed to be.It is a terrifying portrait of resistance and the power of the individual. Superbly illustrated by artist David Lloyd (Kickback), this edition includes early sketches and art by Lloyd.

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Author information

Alan Moore is one of the most respected and admired writers in comics today, with a host of industry awards and accolades. His credits include The Ballad of Halo Jones, Captain Britain, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Lost Girls, Promethea, Swamp Thing, Tom Strong, V For Vendetta and Watchmen. David Lloyd is considered one of the UK's premier comics artists; his work includes the self-penned Kickback as well as Espers, Hellblazer, Global Frequency and War Story.

Review quote

"* "It's probably the most openly political of Moore's works, as well as being the most idealistic." - No. 9, SFX Best Ever * "A work of passionate individuality and morality, a work of outrage and hope." - The Comics Journal"