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Alan Moore On Watchmen Rights, DC →
via The Comics Reporter, September 10, 2010 “Alan Moore has earned his frustration, his suspicions and his occasional flashes of anger. He should be listened to and learned from, not dismissed and certainly never mocked.”
We’ve come so far: On Before Watchmen and creators... →
via Robot 6, Feb 3rd, 2012 “If we care at all about the comics industry, if we care about comics as an art form, if we want it to be taken seriously, if we want to see talented people produce quality material, then we need to start caring about the way those people are treated in this industry. We need to start valuing creators rights over our own greedy need for more third-rate pulp. We...
Alan Moore Speaks Watchmen 2 To Adi Tantimedh →
via Bleeding Cool, September 9th, 2010. This article has an in-depth interview with Alan Moore and Adi Tantimedh, and he gives his side of the story.
Lily Donaldson’s Flying Hair →
A Slow-mo Session with Sam McKnight
Sequential | Canadian Comics News & Culture →
A reminder to all cartoonists, the submissions deadline for Issue #15 of carte blanche are coming up in a month!
Meanland: Copyright vs Creativity with Cory Doctorow
Breaking Bad in 8-bit →
From the audience: Do you actually own Watchmen? Alan Moore: My understanding...– Watchmen panel, moderated by Neil Gaiman, at London’s UK Comic Art Convention, September 21, 1986 (as printed in The Comics Journal #116, July, 1987). (via mistahphil)
"No Fun" by Eric Stephenson →
“Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, meanwhile, created Watchmen under the impression that the rights would be returned them eventually. Within a year after it was concluded, in fact. That’s not my opinion. That’s a fact. It’s public knowledge. Due to the nature of the deal that had been agreed upon by Moore, Gibbons and DC Comics, it was widely discussed. It was a genuine victory...