Historiography of Alan Moore
August 14, 2008 6:15 PM Subscribe
"In Wells, God writes the human narrative, in Moore's version, it is humanity that ghostwrites its own story and credits it to God. The decision left to humanity is whether it will script its own history consciously, or allow the narrative to be shaped secretly by leaders and figures of authority..."
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(alternate, longer explanation
) of Alan Moore
. Warning: long.
See also: and insue that contains
terrorists in GI Joe
, illustrations in the works of Jules Verne, a study of Y, The Last Man
, or an entire issue on William Blake
, and creating a Comic Book Markup Language
in reference to For Better or For Worse