Comic Review: V For Vendetta

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Comic Review: V For Vendetta

V For Vendetta

V For Vendetta

Set in a dystopian future where nothing escapes the eyes,ears and reach of the government. One Man fights to free the people from their grip. A well known Vertigo title written by Alan Moore (Promethea, Warrior) and illustrated by David Lloyd (Madrox, Doctor Who).

In the wake of a nuclear war that has left much of the world destroyed, a fascist party has taken hold of the UK. Every aspect of daily life is monitored and assessed by different branches of government. But one man, a masked vigilante known as V, is trying to change that. He hopes to instill hope back into the population and remind them, people shouldn’t be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people.

Great comic, definitely gives you a lot to think about. The artwork might not be enjoyed by everyone as the style is a lot older. If you’ve seen and enjoyed the movie, do your self a favor and check out this book.

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