Alan Moore Books In Order

Below we have list all of the books of Alan Moore in order of publishing year.

Publication Order of Albion Books with Steve Holland, Kenneth Bulmer, Garth Ennis, Colin Wilson

Battler Britton(By: Garth Ennis,Colin Wilson)(2006)
The Steel Claw(By: Kenneth Bulmer)(2006)
Thunderbolt Jaxon(By: Dave Gibbons)(2007)
Albion: Origins(By: Steve Holland)(2007)

Publication Order of Crossed + 100 Books

Crossed +100 Volume 1(2014)

Publication Order of Miracleman Books

A Dream of Flying(1990)
The Red King Syndrome(1990)
Miracleman, Book Three(1991)

Publication Order of Providence Books with Jacen Burrows

Providence #1(2015)
Providence #2(2015)
Providence #3(2015)
Providence #4(2015)
Providence #5(2015)
Providence #6(2015)
Providence #7(2016)
Providence #8(2016)
Providence #9(2016)
Providence #10(2016)
Providence #11(2016)
Providence #12(2017)
Dreadful Beauty(2017)

Publication Order of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Books

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (miniseries)(2000)
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 2(2003)

Publication Order of Watchmen Books

Watchmen Companion(With: Dave Gibbons,Ray Winninger)(2019)

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Voice of the Fire(1996)

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Alan Moore’s Writing for Comics(2003)
Alan Moore on His Work and Career(2007)

Publication Order of Short Story Collections

A Hypothetical Lizard(1988)
Brighter Than You Think(2016)

Publication Order of Graphic Novels

with Alan Davis, Chris Claremont, Jamie Delano, Dave Thorpe

Swamp Thing(1983)
Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?(With: George Pérez,Curt Swan,Kurt Schaffenberger)(1985)
Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?(1986)
Captain Britain Omnibus(With: Alan Davis,Chris Claremont,Jamie Delano,Dave Thorpe)(1987)
Batman: The Killing Joke(1988)
V for Vendetta(1990)
A Small Killing(1991)
The Bojeffries Saga(1994)
Captain Britain(1996)
From Hell(1999)
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen(2000)
Top 10(2000)
Supreme: The Story of the Year(2002)
Judgment Day(2003)
Alan Moore’s The Courtyard(2003)
Mirror of Love(2003)
Hypothetical Lizard(2003)
Lost Girls(2006)
Future Shocks(2006)
Green Lantern: In Brightest Day(With: Gil Kane,Dave Gibbons,Geoff Johns,Ron Marz,John Broome)(2008)
The Spirit(2009)
Alan Moore’s Neonomicon(With: Jacen Burrows)(2010)
Spawn Origins Volume 8(2010)
The Complete Skizz(2017)
Top 10 Compendium(2023)

Publication Order of Vampirella: The Dynamite Years Omnibus Books

Vampirella Masters Series Vol, 4: Visionaries(With: Jimmy Palmiotti,Liam Sharp,Steve Lieber,Michael Golden,Forrest J. Ackerman,Ty Templeton,Gary Frank,Arthur Adams,Bruce Timm,Jeph Loeb,Kurt Busiek,Amanda Conner,Tim Sale,Christopher J. Priest,Stephen Segovia,Mark Texeira)(2011)
Vampirella(By: Eric Trautmann)(2017)
Vampirella: The Dynamite Years Omnibus Vol. 4 )(With: Ivan Rodriguez,Dan Brereton,Gary Frank,Jean Diaz,Joe Harris,Jose Malaga)(2018)

Publication Order of Green Lantern Corps (2006) Books

Green Lantern Corps, Volume 1(By: Dave Gibbons)(2007)
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 2(By: Dave Gibbons)(2007)
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 3: Ring Quest(By: Patrick Gleason,Drew Geraci,Peter J. Tomasi,Prentis Rollins,Carlos Magno)(2008)
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 4: Sins of the Star Sapphire(By: Patrick Gleason,Drew Geraci,Peter J. Tomasi,Luke Ross,Fabio Laguna)(2009)
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 5: Emerald Eclipse(By: Patrick Gleason,Peter J. Tomasi,Rebecca Buchman)(2009)
Green Lantern Corps: Emerald Eclipse(By: Patrick Gleason,Peter J. Tomasi,Rebecca Buchman)(2009)
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 6: Blackest Night(By: Patrick Gleason,Peter J. Tomasi,Rebecca Buchman)(2010)
Blackest Night: Green Lantern Corps(By: Patrick Gleason,Peter J. Tomasi,Rebecca Buchman)(2010)
Tales of the Green Lantern Corps, Vol. 2(With: Dave Gibbons,Todd Klein,Len Wein,Kurt Busiek,Kevin O’Neill)(2010)
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 7(By: Tony Bedard)(2011)
Green Lantern Corps: Revolt of the Alpha Lanterns(By: Tony Bedard)(2011)
Green Lantern Corps, Volume 8(By: Tony Bedard)(2012)

Publication Order of Anthologies

Just Another Asshole(1983)
First Annual Collection(1988)
Demons & Dreams: The Best Fantasy and Horror 1(1988)
The Best Comics of the Decade, 1980-1990 Volume One(1990)
Now We Are Sick(1991)
Taboo #5(1991)
The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute to H.P. Lovecraft(1994)
Top Shelf Asks the Big Questions(2003)
The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide to Eccentric & Discredited Diseases(2003)
Supreme: The Return(2003)
Across the Universe: The DC Universe Stories(2003)
Negative Burn Very Best From 1993-1998(2005)
Tom Strong Quatre(2005)
Shoes, Ships and Cadavers(2010)
Star Wars Omnibus: Wild Space, Vol. 1(2013)
Occupy Comics(2014)
Star Wars: The Original Marvel Years Omnibus, Vol. 3(2015)
Cinema Purgatorio Vol. 1(2017)
Best of 2000 AD Volume 2: The Essential Gateway to the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic(2023)

More About Alan Moore

Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels, Literature & Fiction, Poetry

Influences: William S. BurroughsThomas Pynchon, Robert Anton Wilson, Michael Moorcock, H. P. Lovecraft

Alan Moore, born in 1953 in Northampton, England, is a revolutionary figure in the world of comic books and graphic novels, renowned for his profound contributions to the medium. Moore’s upbringing in a working-class family, with a father working in a brewery and a mother as a printer, was marked by financial hardships, yet it was rich in the influences that would shape his career. His grandmother’s strong religious beliefs and superstitions deeply impacted Moore, leaving an indelible mark on his creative psyche.

From a young age, Moore was an avid reader, a habit he cultivated by borrowing books from the local library. This early love for literature was a stark contrast to his academic performance; initially a bright student, Moore’s grades plummeted as he struggled to adjust to the more affluent and educated environment at Northampton Primary School. Eventually, he turned his back on academics, immersing himself instead in the world of literature, contributing to fanzines in the 1960s with poetry and essays.

Moore’s early adult life saw him undertaking various odd jobs, including cleaning toilets, while he lived with his family. His personal life took a significant turn when he married his wife, Phyllis, in 1971, and they later welcomed two daughters, Amber and Leah. Moore’s venture into the world of comics began with contributions to fanzines, eventually leading to his own publication, Embryo.

His early work as a cartoonist for publications like Sounds and NME, often under pseudonyms, displayed his burgeoning talent. Moore made notable contributions to series like Doctor Who Weekly and 2000 A.D., and created the acclaimed series The Ballad of Halo Jones. However, his big break came with his writing for ‘Warrior’, a British anthology magazine, where he created seminal works such as V for Vendetta and Miracleman, earning him the British Eagle award for Best Comics Writer.

Moore’s influence expanded to American audiences with his work on the Saga of the Swamp Thing, tailored specifically for U.S. readers. His unique styles and standards in comics were groundbreaking, particularly with works like Watchmen, which redefined the genre and contributed to major titles like Batman and Superman. However, Moore’s relationships with mainstream comic book publishers often were fraught, leading him to fringe publications.

Several of Moore’s works have been adapted into movies, including ‘From Hell’, ‘The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen’, ‘V for Vendetta’, and ‘Watchmen’. His graphic novel Watchmen, a Hugo Award winner, is a complex exploration of superheroes in a world teetering on the brink, reflecting Moore’s views on humanity more than any of his other works. V for Vendetta, set in a dystopian, fascist England, showcases Moore’s unique visual style and strong political beliefs, presenting a powerful narrative of oppression and resistance.

Despite his immense influence and critical acclaim, Moore has distanced himself from the label of ‘science fiction’, preferring to describe his work as ‘speculative fiction’, grounded in reality and existing social conditions. His work, while enthralling in its storytelling, often carries heavy philosophical and political undertones, making it both challenging and rewarding for readers.

In essence, Alan Moore is not just a comic book writer; he is a storyteller whose works have transcended the medium, offering profound insights into society, politics, and the human condition. His legacy in the comic book industry is unparalleled, marked by a career that has continually pushed the boundaries of what graphic novels can achieve.

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