Alan Moore Joins David Lloyd For Occupy Comics

He doesn’t just oppose Frank Miller on the Occupy Wall Street front, or support their cause through interview, he’s supporting it the way he knows best. By writing. For the Occupy Comics volume, two days away from the completion of their fundraising campaign.

Alan Moore and David Lloyd have not worked together since V For Vendetta, the imagery of which has been seen throughout the Occupy campaigns. And while divorced professionally, they will both contribute to the Occupy Comics volume.

Alan will be “contributing a longform prose piece with spot illustrations that touches on the principles of the Occupy movement.”

David, as previously announced, will contribute his own separate illustrations for the project.

I pledged my $50 for a copy…

 

 

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