Alan Moore is widely regarded as the best and most influential writer in the history of comics. His seminal works include Miracleman and Watchmen, for which he won the coveted Hugo Award. Never one to limit himself in form or content, Moore has also published novels, Voice of the Fire and Jerusalem, and an epic poem, The Mirror of Love. Four of his ground-breaking graphic novels--From Hell, Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen--have been adapted to the silver screen. Moore currently resides in Northampton, England.
Winner of five Eisner Awards
Winner of the Prix de la Critique -- Angouleme International Comics Festival
Winner of the Harvey and Ignatz Awards for Best Graphic Novel
Winner of the International Horror Guild Award
A New York Times Bestseller!
"Remarkable." -- Leo Carey, The New Yorker "Fearsomely
complex." -- Douglas Wolk, Publishers Weekly "My all-time
favorite graphic novel ... an immense, majestic work about the Jack
the Ripper murders, the dark Victorian world they happened in, and
the birth of the 20th century." -- Warren Ellis,
Entertainment Weekly "Moore's works have often defied the
public's expectations of the medium, and his most ambitious work,
the massive graphic novel From Hell, is no exception. ... The
result is at once a meditation on evil, a police procedural and a
commentary on Victorian England. ... an impressive piece of work."
-- Patrick Day, The Los Angeles Times "A massive exploration
of the Jack The Ripper murders that incorporates British history,
Masonic ritual, and London geography in a fascinating and
horrifying conspiracy theory." -- Tasha Robinson, The AV
"Moore, one of the great fiction minds of his generation, never accomplished anything more satisfying than this. Both creators are at the top of their game: Campbell's grubby lines are the perfect evocation of the horror of everyday Victorian life in the underclasses, while Moore's allegorical plotting -- looping in the Royal family, Masonic occult ritual, the Elephant Man and the nature of London itself -- makes for a hypnotic read and perpetual re-read." -- Joe Gross, Rolling Stone