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A Cynical Look at Practicing Chaos Magic
My initial attraction to [[Chaos Magic|Chaos magic]] stemmed from its emphasis on meditation and ''gnosis.'' . . . ''[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdNbocU6wKc Alan Moore: Art is Magic]'' : Proceed to '''[[Chaos . . .
17K - last updated 2015-10-07 20:51 by Modemac
'''http://www.alanmoorefansite.com/''' Frank Miller's ''The Dark Knight Returns'' popularized the idea . . . get that notion into popular culture. But Alan Moore can be credited as the person who took the . . . * ''[[From Hell]] * ''[[The Mindscape of Alan Moore]]'' * ''[[Watchmen]]'' * ''[[V For Vendetta]]'' . . .
2K - last updated 2009-01-21 09:46 by Modemac
Books and Zines
While I'm certainly no slouch when it comes to reading books, and I've read my fair share, my book reading . . . by Isaac Asimov * ''[[From Hell]]'' by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell * ''[[Infinite Jest]]'' . . . by [[Neal Stephenson]] * ''[[Watchmen]]'' by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons === Non-Fiction === * ''[[Adcult . . . Comic Books === * ''[[The Birth Caul]]'' by [[Alan Moore]] : A combination of comic book and audio . . . together into a gnostic ritual, performed by Alan Moore in November of 1995. * ''[[Crisis On Infinite . . .
7K - last updated 2016-12-27 17:56 by Modemac
Cast Iron Movie Reviews
If there's one accomplishment of civilization that lets a casual viewer achieve an experience close to . . . ''[[Miller's Crossing]]'' * ''[[The Mindscape of Alan Moore]]'' :d * ''[[Miracles]]'' * ''[[Mirrormask]]'' . . .
13K - last updated 2017-09-20 13:52 by Modemac
* '''http://community.livejournal.com/dark_christian/profile''' * '''http://dark-christian.clanxanadu.org/''' . . . You'll see entries here on Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore, and their movie section includes entries . . .
2K - last updated 2007-06-11 15:22 by Modemac
The Net is home to many strange, wonderful, outrageous, and just plain weird sources of information. . . . enemy. The words of author and magician [[Alan Moore]] are appropriate here: "The truth is, that . . .
4K - last updated 2011-10-06 11:53 by Modemac
After ''[[Swamp Thing]]'' and ''[[Watchmen]]'' brought fame and fortune to [[Alan Moore]], the man who . . . worse than our own, then we can at least thank Alan Moore for presenting us with a fascinating tale . . .
3K - last updated 2006-09-05 13:10 by Modemac
'''http://www.aynrand.org''' [http://world.std.com/~mhuben/critobj.html Critiques of Objectivism] On . . . of Objectivism comes from comic book writer [[Alan Moore]]: "I had to look at ''The Fountainhead.'' . . .
5K - last updated 2010-08-14 11:56 by clore
Saga of the Swamp Thing
When Alan Moore came to DC to write Swamp Thing, he had already made a name for himself in England with . . . broke him into the big time and made the name "Alan Moore" synonymous with "genius" amongst conic . . . shines as an early example of the genius of Alan Moore, the man who nearly single-handledly took . . .
3K - last updated 2009-12-11 15:06 by Modemac
'''http://www.supermanhomepage.com/news.php''' I've been a fan of Superman all my life. I grew up watching . . . read the three Superman stories written by [[Alan Moore]] for a glimpse of what Superman was, and . . .
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The Birth Caul
When Eddie Campbell Comics published a work called ''The Birth Caul,'' I bought it because I'm a rabid . . . and unrepentant [[Alan Moore]] fan. This work is a collaboration between . . . Alan Moore and artist [[Eddie Campbell]], who also . . . common man (told in an autobiographical verse by Alan Moore), tracing time backwards from "The Present . . . was performed and published, with narration by Alan Moore and music by [[David J]] (of [[Bauhaus]] . . .
7K - last updated 2007-05-15 12:28 by Modemac
The Mindscape of Alan Moore
[[Alan Moore]] sits in front of the camera, talks about mysticism, magic, and information overload, and . . . of the world in the year 2015. I could mention Alan Moore’s remarkable contributions to the field, . . . watch a documentary called ''The Mindscape of Alan Moore'' already knows who Alan Moore is. You know . . . Halo Jones]]''. For many rabid comic book fans, Alan Moore is a God. He can do any damn thing he wants . . . will be sitting down to watch ''The Mindscape of Alan Moore''. And many of those fans will be sorely . . .
11K - last updated 2012-05-25 08:21 by Modemac
The Only True Magic
All my life, I've searched for magic. This magic has taken many forms and many names, and I've never . . . of another practicing magician, author [[Alan Moore]]. In the documentary ''[[The Mindscape . . . of Alan Moore]],'' Moore delves into the philosophy he . . .
11K - last updated 2015-07-21 04:44 by Modemac
The critical reaction to comic book legend Will Eisner's ''The Plot,'' which he wanted to be his ''magnum . . . to look at, resmbling Eddie Campbell's work on [[Alan Moore]]'s ''[[From Hell]].'' But ninety percent . . .
4K - last updated 2010-05-29 07:13 by Modemac
V For Vendetta
[[Alan Moore]]'s ''V For Vendetta'' is a sometimes improbable but still potent cautionary tale about . . . mindful of the timing. It appeared in 1989 after Alan Moore had made such splashes at DC Comics with . . .
11K - last updated 2008-09-14 18:35 by Modemac
In 1986, DC Comics published [[Alan Moore]]'s 12-month-long series, simply called ''Watchmen.'' Along . . . shirt. Wild, yet classic. In his usual fashion, Alan Moore is somewhat dismissive of his work, focusing . . .
10K - last updated 2009-11-22 20:09 by Modemac
Watchmen - The Complete Motion Comic
In the late 1960s, a series of low-budget TV cartoons were produced based on the Marvel comic books of . . . art.'' That omission, of course, is the name "[[Alan Moore]]." Not once does his name appear at all, . . . of the book. However, if you're a drooling [[Alan Moore]] fanboy -- and you can forgive Warner Bros. . . .
11K - last updated 2010-05-29 07:16 by Modemac
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