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You got it, chief.Dancer said:I haven't read this comic, it's written by Alan Moore so I'm assuming that it's good, this thread is to people who have read it, please discuss it here and I'll decided based on your comics if it's worth my precious money.
Why would you wait for the film when you have a fantastically written and drawn graphic novel out there just waiting to be read?Jason_Taverner said:I've never read it but i am waiting for the film
Exactly. By altering that part of the story, the entire cautionary aspect of the tale is tossed out the window. Eliminate the notion that the citizens practically brought the fascist state upon themselves by, to paraphrase Benjamin Franklin, trading freedom for security is essential to the world Moore creates and to the struggle of the protagonist. By changing this fundamental part of the story, it in large measure becomes just another alternate history tale rather than a cautionary work in the realm of Brave New World and 1984.knivesout said:The whole point of the scenario in V is that it was your own leaders in the UK becoming fascists.