“For the Man Who Has Everything” is a Superman story by Alan Moore that is considered a classic, but is it worthy of its praise?
Why Alan Moore's Promethea is the superhero we need right now.
On the Jor-El of Alan Moore's imagination, whose Kryptonian nationalism resembles current right-wing nationalist rhetoric.
On the pressure of finishing big books, bookish social media, and loving them both.
Curious about the work of Alan Moore but don't know where to begin? Let us get you started.
These are the best books to help you get back on your feet after experiencing a bad open mic set (or other setback).
Monica looks at Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbe's LOST GIRLS and discusses the taboos within.
DC's refusal to move on from Watchmen and The Killing Joke is alienating new audiences, disrespecting diverse readers and holding their comics back.
The Joke in Batman: The Killing Joke: the codependency of Batman and the Joker, the nature of reality, and what it takes to get Bats to crack a smile.