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V for Vendetta TPB

V for Vendetta TPB

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By:   Alan Moore, David Lloyd, Siobhan Dodds
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Action-Adventure, Science-Fiction
Publisher:   DC ComicsVertigo
Orig. Released:   1999
Pub. Date:   May 26, 1999
Availability:   Can be backordered today for arrival at our warehouse in 15 - 30 days
ISBN:   9781401208417
UPC:   978140120841751999
For ages:   16+
Details:   Soft cover, Full color

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"Perhaps Moore's most powerful work."

A new trade paperback edition of the graphic novel that inspired the hit movie! A powerful story about loss of freedom and individuality, V FOR VENDETTA takes place in a totalitarian England following a devastating war that changed the face of the planet. In a world without political freedom, personal freedom and precious little faith in anything comes a mysterious man in a white porcelain mask who fights political oppressors through terrorism and seemingly absurd acts. It's a gripping tale of the blurred lines between ideological good and evil.

This new trade paperback edition of the classic series from writer Alan Moore (WATCHMEN, LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN) and artist David Lloyd (HELLBLAZER) collects the epic miniseries and features the improved production values and coloring from the 2005 hardcover.

(14 Customer Reviews)

  • Feb 23, 2017 Rian from Hillsboro, OR

    An excellent deal on one of my favorite books. I love Moore's writing, and though the graphic novel is quite different from the movie, it is much richer and more complex. Regarding the book itself, once again TFAW has delivered a pristine product in a timely fashion. TFAW is my ONLY comic store.

  • Apr 17, 2012 Eric Rodriguez from Tulare, CA

    Moore does it again. A classic story with incredible artwork. This is quite far from the story of the movie adaptation, but equally enjoyable in its own right.

  • Mar 27, 2011 Patrick Brehm from Schenectady, NY

    I love Alan Moore's work. He is a mastermind and I believe this is the true testament of his genius. It's a wonderful political statement and contains an air of mystery. A must have for all readers.

  • Feb 10, 2011 Lau Ho Chun from Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    perfect! All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing!

  • Jan 05, 2010 MARK SIMENS from CEDARHURST, NY


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  • Jun 06, 2009 Daniel Martin from Lake Jackson, TX

    To begin, let me just say that I had seen "V for Vendetta" a LONG time before I had read this, and it is my #1 favorie film of all time. That being said, I read the graphic novel, and if you're looking for a simple comic-of-the-movie, this is as far as you can get from that. First of all, the stories are COMPLETELY different. There were only a few instances where the book and its adaptation matched up on things. Now, this is not to say that's bad, but I did enjoy the movie more. The book is exceedingly complex, engaging, and thought provoking, however, with more characters and repurcussions being seen from the actions of V. The main characters are all multi-dimensional, and the reader cares for them all, while at the same time questioning their actions and ideas. Truly a stimulating piece of literature, despite its differences from the movie. I would reccomend this to anyone. Oh, yeah, and his hat's cooler in the book, too.

  • Apr 12, 2009 sMALLtOWNrEVIEW from BEREA, kY

    I am a small town reviewer and this is one of the better moore books. The plot is great as well as the charactors, i gave it five star just based on the fact that it is one of the better storys of all time.

  • Mar 08, 2008 patrick from eloy

    i thought that it is very entertaining and is highly original and that any fan of the movie, or just someone looking to read something new and different should read this book.

  • Jun 12, 2004 Luc from Paris, France

    Best comic ever published to this day. Moore at the top with a scenario so deep it'll leave you baffled. Lloyd's art, though difficult at first fits perfectly with a story. A must read !

  • Jan 19, 2004 Eli Green from Tulsa

    One of the most compelling dystopian stories of all time. Will tragically be overlooked by pseudo-intellectuals who think that nothing intelligent or thought-provoking can come out of a comic book. Beautiful artwork as well.

  • Jun 03, 2002 Pete Tonulli from Long Island

    This is the best comic story I have ever read. The art takes a little getting used to but all in all it's the best.

  • May 18, 2005 Alex from TFAW Staff

    A must read for any Alan Moore or just fans of great comics concepts and writing in general!

  • May 18, 2005 Lisa from TFAW Staff

    V is a thoughtful, and thought-provoking masterpiece by Alan Moore. It's a nice, long read but entertaining throughout. The artwork is a very unique style, and works really well with the tone of the writing - it's a little different, but "V" is basically a story about the triumph of human will against a repressive, Orwellian society and government. And not least of all, V is also the story of the power of inspiration and revenge... strong stuff.

  • May 18, 2005 David from TFAW Staff

    What happens when you have Alan Moore write a comic book? Oh, come on, you already know the answer to this one - you get some of the best stories ever found in comic-book-land! If ya ask me, 'V' is some of his best work so far - kind of sci-fi, kind of steam-punk, with just a hint of Ayn Rand for good measure! MOVIE UPDATE: The movie of V was supposed to be release in November 2005, but from what I hear it's been delayed until March 2006... Grrrrrrrr!

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