MooreWatch: Laura Sneddon talks to Alan Moore;
“I suppose all fictional characters, especially in adventure or heroic fiction, at the end of the day are our dreams about ourselves. And sometimes they can be really revealing.”
“I knew it was going to come up no matter what, so why not embrace it? More broadly, I’ve always liked genres that have a degree of exploitation to them like horror films. They play on these really crass and appealing elements that also exist in 1,0001 Nights or French Orientalist paintings. It was fun to think of Orientalism as a sensationalized genre like Cowboys and Indians, which is a very poor representation of the reality of the American West, but fun to think of as a fantastical genre. And at this point in history, most people who watch things in the Cowboys and Indians genre totally realize it paints an inaccurate image of what the West was like … well actually you know there are people who watch cowboy films and think that’s what it must have been like. In fact, I’m pretty sure George W. Bush is one of those guys whose political beliefs are shaped by those films.”
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Something has gone terribly wrong when Quentin Quire is the X-Men’s only hope of survival! The team of Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo close out their explosive first arc in WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #3 as the team desperately fights through everything the new Hellfire Club throws their way. Will Quire and Wolverine see eye to eye and save the new Jean Grey School for Higher Learning? Find out in WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN #3!
“I was interviewed, along with friends and family members, for the show Stalked: Someone’s Watching last summer and the episode will air on December 12.”
UPDATE: Both images have now been revealed! Check them out below
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