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This is a review of the quality of the hardcover, not judging factoring my review of the series, which can be found HERE V For Vendetta: The masked man who predicted the current state of Britain and what should be done with it. Pro: It is one of the Alan Moore crown jewels. This political thriller was more then just a great story, it predicted at least one thing to happen in London in the future. The "eyes" of the government are now present in modern day Close-Circuit-Televisions that now ...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Allan Moore gives us one of his quintessential classics. I'd love to do something for the sake of argument, but I'd have to shoot myself in the right testicle. Every comic reader should get down on their hands and knees and kiss Allan Moore's hairy, pasty white ass. Of course, I have to acclaim the artwork in this book. David Lloyd plays with the shadows of V's cloak and hat, the bridges and alleyways of London and all sorts of other amazing little details. I think everyone is familiar with the ...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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