V for Vendetta is a British graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated by David Lloyd (with additional art by Tony Weare), published by DC Comics.
The story depicts a dystopian and post-apocalyptic near-future background edition of the uk in the 1990s, preceded with a war. Its opponents have been exterminated by the fascist Norsefire party and rules the country. Warner Bros. released a film adaptation of the same title in 2006.
Set in an imagined future England that has given itself over to fascism, this groundbreaking narrative captures both the suffocating nature of life within an authoritarian police state and the redemptive power of the human spirit which rebels against it.
Crafted with intelligence and sterling clarity, V for Vendetta attracts an unequaled depth of verisimilitude and characterization to the unflinching account of resistance and oppression.
Throughout his graphic novel, V for Vendetta, Alan Moore provokes his viewers to examine both fascism and anarchism to be able to ascertain their perfect society. Through attention to detail, Moore shares a story, which concentrates on his character, V, prompting the reader to query the morality of V. Together with symbolic character , complicated attention to detail that is graphic, and the narrative and plot options, V for Vendetta functions in the late 20th century.
A frightening and powerful tale of this loss of freedom and individuality in a chillingly believable totalitarian world, V for Vendetta stands among the greatest achievements of the comic medium and a defining work for founders Alan Moore and David Lloyd.
Videos About V for Vendetta
Alan Moore talks about V For Vendetta on BBC 4’s Comics Britannia series.