V for Vendetta (V for Vendetta #1-10)

V for Vendetta (V for Vendetta #1-10)

"Remember, remember the fifth of November..." A frightening and powerful tale of the loss of freedom and identity in a chillingly believable totalitarian world, V for Vendetta stands as one of the highest achievements of the comics medium and a defining work for creators Alan Moore and David Lloyd. Set in an imagined future England that has given itself over to fascism, this "Remember, remember the fifth of November..." A frightening and powerful tale of the loss of freedom and ident...

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Title:V for Vendetta (V for Vendetta #1-10)
Author:Alan Moore
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:V for Vendetta
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:296 pages pages

V for Vendetta (V for Vendetta #1-10) Reviews

  • J.G. Keely
    May 13, 2007
    I struggled for a long time with the growing notion that conservatives simply aren't funny. At first it seemed a silly idea, since conservatism draws from sources as varied as progressivism: all levels of intelligence and wealth, all kinds of people from all walks of life--yet none of ...
  • Bryce Wilson
    Jul 09, 2008
    If Watchmen is Alan Moore's Sergeant Pepper, and From Hell his Abbey Road (And in the end the love you take is equal to the number of prostitutes you disembowl) then V For Vendetta is his Rubber Soul. Like Rubber Soul it tends to get overlooked and undervalued because it's "merely"...
  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Jul 31, 2013
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  • Alejandro
    Dec 16, 2007
    Remember, remember the fifth of November... This TPB edition collects the original 10 comic book issues, then divided in the graphic novel in three chapters. Creative Team: Writer: Alan Moore Illustrator: David Lloyd VALIANT VERICITY Remember, remember! The...
  • Stephen
    Apr 23, 2010
    For all of the criticism heaped on movie versions of novels and other literary works (well deserved in many cases), there are times when the filmmakers get it very right (e.g., Lord of the Rings, the Princess Bride, Schindler?s List). The Graphic Novel, in particular, is a forma...
  • Algernon
    Mar 15, 2014
    Behind this mask there is more than just flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea ... And ideas are bulletproof. Comic books are for geeky kids who dream of men in tights saving the world and women in skimpy outfits who swoon into their brawny arms, right? Who takes comic book se...
  • Lyn
    Apr 06, 2013
    I enjoyed the 2005 film V for Vendetta starring Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving and so my son bought me the book. The BOOK turned out to be a graphic novel. I asked if this was an illustrated version of the literature and searched to discover that this WAS the book. So the gra...
  • Bookwraiths
    Nov 29, 2012
    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. When I picked up this graphic novel (after years of telling myself I?d get to it one of these days), I really wanted to love it. Watchmen by Moore is one of my all-time, favorite graphic novels, so I always envisioned V for Vendetta being anothe...
  • Bookdragon Sean
    Nov 10, 2015
    Prison. What exactly is prison? Is it just the confinement in which we are placed after crime? Or is it something more? Can we become imprisoned without being aware of it? Can we even imprison ourselves? Perhaps even to the state? Alan Moore depicts these questions in this ...
  • Saleh MoonWalker
    Jun 10, 2017
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