Alan Moore, writer worst served by Hollywood, calls it quits


If there’s one thing that Alan Moore understands, it’s dramatic timing. 

The writer of some of the greatest graphic novels ever — Watchmen, From Hell, V for Vendetta and Batman: Killing Joke, to name the most overexposed — announced that he’d be hanging up his keyboard and retiring with the last-ever issue of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. (Also retiring: its legendary artist, Kevin O’Neill.) A corpus of comics that transformed the entire genre, arguably turning it into true…

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