Why are DC Comics trying to exploit a comic book that I wrote 25 years ago if they have got anything? Sure they ought to have had an equivalent idea since? I could ask about why Marvel Comics are churning out or planning to bring out my ancient Marvelman stories, which are even older, if they had a viable idea of their own in the quarter-century since I wrote those works.
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Unfortunately, their collaboration came to an end after a practical joke in which Simon made Alan think he was being investigated for tax fraud. Things then go wrong when Alan discovers that a fact that she never tried to keep secret: she used to be a man. You could be a goalkeeper!
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Off-screen, he was known as a proper gentleman who made people proud to be British. However, what maybe didn't come across as often was his wicked sense of humour. Maybe it's because he often played the bad guys.
Sign in. Stu Price : She's got my grandmother's Holocaust ring! Alan Garner : I didn't know they gave out rings at the Holocaust.
Watchmen co-creator Alan Moore notoriously loathes adaptations of his seminal graphic novel. Regardless, the property became a film in Now, a decade later, HBO has a TV series followup to the comic in the works -- and creator Damon Lindelof isn't letting Moore's feelings stop him from continuing the story.
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Can I give this episode of Russian Doll six stars? Nadia thrills me, she makes me laugh, but Alan moves me. His forlornness is as poignant as her prickly stubbornness is endearing.