Page two of the Alan Moore interviews covers interviews from 2001 back through 1987. If there is a particular Alan Moore interview that you think we need to include, feel free to send us the link.
Alan Moore discusses why he became a writer, being a sociopath, the super heroes he admired growing up, magic, and most of his popular writings.
Alan Moore talks talks about America's Best Comics, From Hell, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, magic, and his optimism about the twenty-first century.
Alan Moore talks with Blather.net about Rorschach, Dr. Manhattan, “The Black Freighter,” V for Vendetta, Miraclemen, From Hell, and just about everything else in this twenty, yes, twenty page interview.
Alan Moore talks about the connection between Watchmen and Charleton Comics, and how those classic heroes of yesterday might have been used instead of the Watchmen characters we know today.
Alan Moore goes into great detail on the rift that formed between himself and DC Comics shortly after the release of Watchmen in 1986.
Alan Moore, joined by Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons, discuss Watchmen in a lengthy roundtable interview from issue 100 of Fantasy Advertiser, first published in March 1988
1987 documentary show where Alan Moore takes a look at his work and the world. In part 1, Moore talks about comic as an an art form with accessibility as well as Swamp Thing and its themes of man versus nature.
1987 documentary show where Alan Moore takes a look at his work and the world. In part 2, Moore gives us insight on the evil world of ducks, discusses his childhood and upbringing, and the origins of some of his early creations.
1987 documentary show where Alan Moore takes a look at his work and the world. In part 3, Moore discusses the hypocrisy of the American comics code, the “Nukeface” character from Swamp Thing, and 1980’s politics.
1987 documentary show where Alan Moore takes a look at his work and the world. In part 4, Moore talks about death and how a world on the brink of nuclear war was one of the motivating factors in his creating Watchmen.
Alan Moore is interviewed in this video by “Gaz Top” (and his ludicrous mullet) for the 1980s BBC children’s show Get Fresh.