[The Quietus] - However, it was another occultist and practising magician from the world of comic books, Alan Moore, who apparently conceived the idea of writing an opera about Dee, after Albarn and his Gorillaz partner Jamie Hewlett approached him in 2008
[Metro] - Alan Moore's excellent graphic novel brought together some of the greatest heroes from classic literature, and the subsequent not-quite-as-excellent-film threw in a few more for good measure. Dorian Gray we can forgive with the whole immortality thing
[Mancunian Matters] - They also encounter comedian Stewart Lee and the fabulously beardy Watchmen writer Alan Moore during their epic odyssey. After the preview, AND will then tour the North West, and be back in Manchester from 29 August – 2 September
[Holy Moly!] - Dr Dee is, of course, an absurdly ambitious and unashamedly pretentious follow-up to Albarn's Monkey: Journey to the West, only this time sans Jamie Hewlett or their intended original collaborator Alan Moore. But for all its absurd pretention – and
[St Helens Today] - Eccleston Fire Station watch manager Alan Moore said: “The building was not in any danger of collapsing. The front and side of the property had been pushed in by about six inches underneath the front window and there was also damage inside.
[St Helens Today] - Thankfully, they released the two ducklings unharmed and the birds were taken for a check-up to a wildlife hospital in Nantwich. Watch manager Alan Moore said: “It is the second time we have been called out to an incident like this at this location.
[SFX] - And say Alan Moore is David Fincher working with a really great screenplay from Sorkin. So The Social Network is ten times better than that dreadful rework they did of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, because the script was great.
Alan Moore remains a constant source of inspiration, and since my last post referring to his work, 'The Masked Movement' (http://www.gregwilson.co.uk the-masked-movement/), I've read some more of his books, ...