In comic form.
If you haven’t seen this, it’s so awesome. So very, very awesome.
Oh…wow. Really, really well written. Awesome part on the artist’s part, too.
Originally Posted by Neil Gaiman
For a while he dug down under his house, believing that the dark truth of ideas was under there, but he found only twelve dancing princesses and the gates to Hades.
I lol’d this panel especially the twelve dancing princesses part.
<3 Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore.
I wish I had the skull of a Buddhist monk.
Become a Buddhist monk and you get one for free.
That … is very Neil Gaiman.
I wanna be like Mr. Moore when I grow up.
Not me, I wasn’t such a fan of his guitar playing.
Well YOU SUCK.
First you compliment me, then you take it back by saying you’re joking. What cruelty!
Admittedly, I have no idea what’s going on here, but that’s still a great comic
I agree with Varan. I barely know who Alan Moore is or what this comic has to do with him.
I’ve gotcha beat, Vorp; I don’t even know who Alan Moore is
I got you all beat. I <i>still</i> can’t read!!!
Alan Moore wrote most notably V for Vendetta and Watchmen. He’s also extremely eccentric.
Also League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, which can be summed up as British Pulp. And the exact opposite of the movie.