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V for Vendetta by Alan Moore
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Jun 21, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: comics-sequential-art
Read in November, 2013

The most rewarding thing I've read recently was Alan Moore's essay at the end of this book... I feel like that might sound like I'm putting the whole book down, but really all it is is that I don't have anything new to add to the conversation about the rest of the book haha... I feel like I learned alot from that end-essay about the years-long creative process between the artist and writer of V for Vendetta, it was reassuring and inspiring and motivating and I think everyone should read it who has an ambitious project in mind (but read the whole V for Vendetta first :) )

Other than that, I was blown away by chapter 13. Those who've read it will know what I mean... I'm told that this part of the story is also the most interesting in the movie, which I haven't seen.

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