V for Vendetta

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Titan, 2005 - Anarchism - 288 pages
1441 Reviews
V for Vendetta is a frightening and powerful story about the loss of freedom in a totalitarian England. Written against a background of third term Thatcherism and tabloid rants against minorites this is a work of startling clarity and intelligence. Everything that comics weren't supposed to be. Returning to print after a long absence fans of Alan Moore, old and new can now enjoy this remarkable piece of storytelling - a true classic of comic literature. -- Publisher details.

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Good plot and pacing. - Goodreads
Terrible. Awful, stilted writing. - Goodreads
Pure, thrilling and fantastic storytelling. - Goodreads
Good story, but the artwork made it a little confusing. - Goodreads
Good script, medium graphics. - Goodreads
Deep character development. - Goodreads

Review: V for Vendetta (V for Vendetta Complete)

User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

*4.5 stars* It's a 4.5 because no matter how hard I tried I couldn't keep track of all the minor characters. Also the one dude with the accent/stupidity was extremely hard to read.(being nit picky I kept reading u's as l's and i's) Read full review

Review: V for Vendetta (V for Vendetta Complete)

User Review  - Neha Chaudhary - Goodreads

Best Book A powerful story about loss of freedom and individuality. V stands for Vengeance, Victory, Violence, but most importantly, V for Vendetta. Alan Moore's classic is one that needs to be read ... Read full review

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