V For Vendetta

Author: Alan Moore

Originally published in 1990 V for Vendetta is a frightening and powerful story about the loss of freedom in a totalitarian England. Written against a background of third term Thatcherism and tabloid rants against minorites this is a work of startling clarity and intelligence. Everything that comics weren’t supposed to be. Returning to print after a long absence fans of Al….Read More

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