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This collection has many of Moores stories, spanning from "meh..." to "Amazing"; However, this is a spendy little book, the only advantage that it has over the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Spencer Martin
"If you don't know much about Moore's work then ‘The Killing Joke’ and ‘Whatever Happened To The Man of Tomorrow’ make it worth the read. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kady Turner
Though not quite as good as "Watchmen," if you're an Alan Moore fan, a fan of DC Comics, or like me are not a die-hard comic fan but enjoy a good superhero story now and then, I'd... Read morePublished 23 months ago by .
Several of the stories in this book are great and several are really challenging.
This Mortal Clay is a one-off Batman villain story, but it's got some of the most... Read more
Alan Moore truly did make innovations to the comic industry many didn't think of. Besides writing Watchmen though, he also write many short comic stories. Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by Stevtar
This is a collection of stories told by Alan Moore for DC Comics from 1985 to 1988. The stories are all over the board ranging from mediocre to exceptionally good with most of them... Read morePublished on August 15, 2012 by MISTER SJEM
I don't know what to say that hasn't been said. A friend recommended I pick this up instead of buying just Killing Joke - glad I did as there is tons of awesome content here.Published on December 30, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Solid stories that boast of narratives better than most, sardonic (British?) sense of humour, tight plotting , and a far greater degree of pathos than the normal level associated... Read morePublished on April 24, 2011 by RIJU GANGULY
Classic Moore--what more can I say? These stories feature all of the creativity and careful language I've come to expect from the man. Read morePublished on December 23, 2010 by Ryan Mease