The most celebrated scribe in the history of modern comics, Alan Moore, (Watchmen, From Hell) has feuds with both Marvel & DC! His feuds are almost as notorious as his acclaimed stories. Rob walks you through the timeline that finds Alan vowing to never work for DC Comics again post Watchmen controversy, which he maintained right up until DC acquired his newest line of titles without his knowledge. The bogus “firewall”, sold as a barrier to settle Moore’s misgivings about DC, held briefly until they meddled and lost him once again. Forever?

About the Author
Rob Liefeld’s legendary career began at the age of 18 years old. Fresh out of high school he was hired by both Marvel and DC Comics where he began laying the foundation for a resume that would define a generation. Among the most popular of Liefeld’s creations are Deadpool, Cable, Domino, X-Force, Youngblood, Supreme, Prophet and Glory.
2 comments on “Comic Book Feuds! Alan Moore vs. The World!
  1. Branson Grant says:

    Rob your absolutely incredible your stories are absolutely incredible and make up every road trip and gym workout and are always so informative and motivating. Being a writer for my own creator title The Protector saga, it was an absolutely honor to meet you in Florida was a honor I never thought I would get the chance. Thank you for this thrilling story that always keep me interested, I gone my work carrier working with people who truly have a passion for this industry and my project who doesn’t see what there doing as just a paycheck and honestly I truly hope to one day work with you or for you your a incredible person and love the industry and the people who work for you, stay safe man thanks for everything you’ve done

  2. Thomas Price says:

    Another fascinating behind the scenes tale of comic book publishing and all the shenanigans that involved Alan Moore. As a fan, it fills in a lot of missing information on that specific time. I would love to hear a multi episode arc on Awesome Comics, and the trials and tribulations that involved one of my favorite publishers ever.

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