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He didn't want to be credited. From a Guardian article: Moore has a complicated relationship with money. "Pure voodoo," he says now. "Only there as long as we believe in it." Challenged, during a television interview this year, about why he would sign away the movie rights to a comic such as Watchmen if he didn't ever want it to become a movie, ...


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Alan Moore is notorious for refusing to accept credits, for what he considers to be the 'poor taste' of the output produced. Moore has a complicated relationship with money. "Pure voodoo," he says now. "Only there as long as we believe in it." Challenged, during a television interview this year, about why he would sign away the movie rights to a ...


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The Wikipedia article on the movie has quite a definite answer on it: Dave Gibbons became an adviser on Snyder's film, but Moore has refused to have his name attached to any film adaptations of his work. Moore has stated he has no interest in seeing Snyder's adaptation; he told Entertainment Weekly in 2008, "There are things that we did with Watchmen ...


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The theme is also important in the opening sequence; not only does it establish the tone, but also the entire history and idea of repetitive histories in the series. Let me explain: The first thing I notice in the title sequence is the eternal image of the sun, the idea that no matter what happens on this earth and in this world, that the sun will keep ...



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