Fake Geek Girls
Episode 97

V for Vendetta

Melissa Brinks published on

It’s time for episode 97, in which we discuss a film and comic that were seriously foundational for us--Alan Moore and David Lloyd’s V for Vendetta! Does the film hold up over a decade after its release? Does the comic hold up over 30 years after its release? How do we feel about it now that we’re (hopefully) older and wiser?

If you want to get right to the V for Vendetta conversation, skip to 00:22:00.

Warning: We went ahead and cussed in this one. Not a little bit, a lot.

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Some Links You might Find Interesting:

Viewpoint: V for Vendetta and the rise of Anonymous by Alan Moore

Shakespeare and the Catholic Revenger: "V for Vendetta" by Michael D. Friedman

Remember, remember the fifth of November/ And everything England is not by Kelly Kanayama

Apologize to No One — V for Vendetta is More Important Today Than it Ever Was by Emily Asher-Perrin

Political Issues: The Self Fulfilling Misogyny of “Seminal” Comics by Rosie Knight

“A vestige of the vox populi” — V for Vendetta by Keith R.A. DeCandido

A FOR ALAN, Pt. 1: The Alan Moore interview by Heidi MacDonald

Authors on Anarchism - an Interview with Alan Moore

V FOR VENDETTA And How To Update A Story by Adam Pilfold-Bagwell

Love and Violence in V for Vendetta by K. Combe and B. Boyle

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