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A frightening tale of the loss of freedom and identity in a chillingly believable totalitarian world, V for Vendetta stands as one of the highest achievements of the comics medium and a defining work for creators Alan Moore and David Lloyd.

Set in an imagined future England that has given itself over to fascism, this groundbreaking story captures both the suffocating nature of life in an authoritarian police state and the redemptive power of the human spirit that rebels against it. Crafted with sterling clarity and intelligence, V for Vendetta brings an unequaled depth of characterization and verisimilitude to its unflinching account of oppression and resistance.

V for Vendetta 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition collects DC Comics'' original 10-issue series in its entirety, including the "bridging" pages colored by David Lloyd, which originally ran between the issues'' story pages. This deluxe volume also includes Lloyd''s and Moore''s introductions to the series as well as Moore''s extended history of its creation, "Behind the Painted Smile," and an expanded sketchbook section by Lloyd.

Collects V for Vendetta #1-10.

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“A darkly philosophical voice in the medium of comic books—a rare talent.” — The New York Times
 
“Dark, gripping storytelling.” — Entertainment Weekly
 
“Moore’s work has great depth. It shows a dirty world with ugly, fully-realized characters.” —IGN
 
“A complex, involving narrative.” —The A.V. Club

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Alan Moore is perhaps the most acclaimed writer in the graphic story medium, having garnered countless awards for works such as Watchmen, V for Vendetta, Swamp Thing and Miracleman. He is also the mastermind behind the America''s Best Comics line, through which he has created (along with many talented illustrators) The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Promethea, Tom Strong, Tomorrow Stories and Top Ten.

David Lloyd has been working in comics since 1977. Amongst his most favored works are Sláine: Cauldron of Blood, Night Raven: House of Cards, Aliens: Glass Corridor, Weird War Tales, Gangland, Dark Horse Presents 86, The Horrorist, Marlowe: The Graphic Novel, Hellblazer: Rare Cuts, War Story: J For Jenny, War Story: Nightingale, and Kickback.

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David SwanTop Contributor: Batman
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Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2018
Given the current political climate in the United States it’s chilling that V for Vendetta opens with the “voice of fate” imploring every man to seize the initiative to “make Britain great again”. There is no single charismatic leader at the head of the fascist state in... See more
Given the current political climate in the United States it’s chilling that V for Vendetta opens with the “voice of fate” imploring every man to seize the initiative to “make Britain great again”. There is no single charismatic leader at the head of the fascist state in Britain but the government is clearly using fear of minorities to seize power. Unlike in the U.S. there was a singular catastrophic event that turned people towards fascism and in this case it was a bit more of a seizure of power rather than an embrace of fascism by some of the populace. With 30 years gone by since V for Vendetta was first published by DC, the story is now more relevant than ever and the classic Guy Fawkes mask has only grown more iconic.

Technically speaking V for Vendetta started being published in Britain in 1982, which is well beyond 30 years, but it was cancelled after just two issues worth of material. To the eternal credit of DC they picked up the baton in 1988 and completed the 10 issue series. This is one of those once in a lifetime stories that Alan Moore used to produce on a regular basis and arguably his most influential story ever. It’s also one of Alan Moore’s earliest works and it is not without flaws. The story follows V’s revenge against those who experimented on him and others at a concentration camp but after his revenge is complete the story kind of loses focus and meanders around. I also think the ending was not one of Moore’s better ones. V was set up as some superhuman result of scientific experiments and the ending, having him pass on the mantle to an absolutely normal human, seemed highly unlikely and I guess we’re to believe that the V persona can be passed from person to person. It would be like Batman bestowing his legacy to Joe Blow except it’s even worse because Bruce Wayne wasn’t superhuman.

One of the things I don’t love about the story is the politics of it and although I respect Alan Moore tremendously as a writer I don’t agree with him politically. This is not to say that I don’t want writers to include their own personal beliefs in their stories but V is such an amazing character and then he says things that I found ridiculous. Alan Moore is a self described Anarchist as is V so I think we can assume that when V is promoting Anarchy he’s speaking as Moore. Anarchy seems to resemble Libertarianism in the belief that if you remove state power that liberty will fill its place. More likely power would accumulate in an increasingly small number of non-governmental, unaccountable institutions and individuals. V seems to see the difference between Anarchy and Chaos being that Anarchy is Chaos running swimmingly but to me that sounds like a pipe dream.

Although V points the finger at the people of Britain as the cause of the fascist regime I get the feeling that his blame is more for inaction rather than actively creating the situation. Alan Moore would have been around 30 when he conceived of the story and I think he was a little naive even as his writing was brilliant. Fascism doesn’t just spring from the Earth. It nearly always has a tremendous amount of initial popular support and that support often remains even as the darkest aspects of fascism take hold. To think that there could be a popular uprising against a fascist regime after a few bombings and a video speech seems unlikely but the comic medium IS generally an idealized medium.

The Deluxe Edition is a bit unique in my collection in that the slip cover and book cover have a matte finish with a soft feel. DC also went with a cheaper non-glossy page but I suspect this was done for reasons other than cost. The artwork would seem completely out of place on glossy paper and speaking of artwork I’ve never really liked it. I think I finally figured out what the problem is. The art of the first two issues were done in black and white and the color was added later by DC. The problem is that black and white is a different kind of medium that tends to use heavier inking and when color is added looks rather unpleasant. It would have been better if the color had not been added but this is what we get and it’s much more of a story driven comic anyway. I also found it difficult to distinguish characters which made the very complex story even more difficult to follow.

V for Vendetta is not a perfect story but it is a great one and absolutely deserving of a deluxe edition. Along with the story we also get a 7 page article on V for Vendetta by Alan Moore from 1983 which means it was written while the story was still being worked on. We also get 18 pages of artwork. I’ll probably read the story at least once more because it’s very complicated with a lot of moving parts and I might have a slightly different opinion on a second read. If so, I might edit my review but I highly doubt I’d ever give it less than 5 stars.
Given the current political climate in the United States it’s chilling that V for Vendetta opens with the “voice of fate” imploring every man to seize the initiative to “make Britain great again”. There is no single charismatic leader at the head of the fascist state in Britain but the government is clearly using fear of minorities to seize power. Unlike in the U.S. there was a singular catastrophic event that turned people towards fascism and in this case it was a bit more of a seizure of power rather than an embrace of fascism by some of the populace. With 30 years gone by since V for Vendetta was first published by DC, the story is now more relevant than ever and the classic Guy Fawkes mask has only grown more iconic.

Technically speaking V for Vendetta started being published in Britain in 1982, which is well beyond 30 years, but it was cancelled after just two issues worth of material. To the eternal credit of DC they picked up the baton in 1988 and completed the 10 issue series. This is one of those once in a lifetime stories that Alan Moore used to produce on a regular basis and arguably his most influential story ever. It’s also one of Alan Moore’s earliest works and it is not without flaws. The story follows V’s revenge against those who experimented on him and others at a concentration camp but after his revenge is complete the story kind of loses focus and meanders around. I also think the ending was not one of Moore’s better ones. V was set up as some superhuman result of scientific experiments and the ending, having him pass on the mantle to an absolutely normal human, seemed highly unlikely and I guess we’re to believe that the V persona can be passed from person to person. It would be like Batman bestowing his legacy to Joe Blow except it’s even worse because Bruce Wayne wasn’t superhuman.

One of the things I don’t love about the story is the politics of it and although I respect Alan Moore tremendously as a writer I don’t agree with him politically. This is not to say that I don’t want writers to include their own personal beliefs in their stories but V is such an amazing character and then he says things that I found ridiculous. Alan Moore is a self described Anarchist as is V so I think we can assume that when V is promoting Anarchy he’s speaking as Moore. Anarchy seems to resemble Libertarianism in the belief that if you remove state power that liberty will fill its place. More likely power would accumulate in an increasingly small number of non-governmental, unaccountable institutions and individuals. V seems to see the difference between Anarchy and Chaos being that Anarchy is Chaos running swimmingly but to me that sounds like a pipe dream.

Although V points the finger at the people of Britain as the cause of the fascist regime I get the feeling that his blame is more for inaction rather than actively creating the situation. Alan Moore would have been around 30 when he conceived of the story and I think he was a little naive even as his writing was brilliant. Fascism doesn’t just spring from the Earth. It nearly always has a tremendous amount of initial popular support and that support often remains even as the darkest aspects of fascism take hold. To think that there could be a popular uprising against a fascist regime after a few bombings and a video speech seems unlikely but the comic medium IS generally an idealized medium.

The Deluxe Edition is a bit unique in my collection in that the slip cover and book cover have a matte finish with a soft feel. DC also went with a cheaper non-glossy page but I suspect this was done for reasons other than cost. The artwork would seem completely out of place on glossy paper and speaking of artwork I’ve never really liked it. I think I finally figured out what the problem is. The art of the first two issues were done in black and white and the color was added later by DC. The problem is that black and white is a different kind of medium that tends to use heavier inking and when color is added looks rather unpleasant. It would have been better if the color had not been added but this is what we get and it’s much more of a story driven comic anyway. I also found it difficult to distinguish characters which made the very complex story even more difficult to follow.

V for Vendetta is not a perfect story but it is a great one and absolutely deserving of a deluxe edition. Along with the story we also get a 7 page article on V for Vendetta by Alan Moore from 1983 which means it was written while the story was still being worked on. We also get 18 pages of artwork. I’ll probably read the story at least once more because it’s very complicated with a lot of moving parts and I might have a slightly different opinion on a second read. If so, I might edit my review but I highly doubt I’d ever give it less than 5 stars.
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Early Alan Moore with a Classic Comic Book Story
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2019
As for the story, its a classic comic book story by one of the most legendary writers, earlier in his writing career than most of his stories that have gathered acclaim. As such, the story does come off as a bit overly idealistic at times, and plot elements feel like they... See more
As for the story, its a classic comic book story by one of the most legendary writers, earlier in his writing career than most of his stories that have gathered acclaim. As such, the story does come off as a bit overly idealistic at times, and plot elements feel like they might''ve been concocted by a rebellious teenager. This mostly subsides the about 1/3rd of the way through, and you really start to enjoy its more tender and human moments. David Lloyd''s art style is very old school for comics, which I personally wasn''t looking for, but it is a memorable art style, and Lloyd is clearly a very skilled artist.
As for the product and the edition, the form is very good. I really like the sleeve, with the simple Guy Fawkes mask, and the red foil "V". There are letters and writings from Alan Moore and David Lloyd throughout the book gathered from various fan magazines discussing their inspiration and feelings about their work years after it gained fame, and also includes plenty of concept art from Lloyd which I personally really enjoyed to see. They include some of the original covers and promotional material which are one of the best parts of V for Vendetta. The paper is thin and matte, not glossy or heavily inked, which can feel fragile, but I didn''t have any issues reading through without tearing.

Overall, I''m very happy with the product. It wasn''t the art style I''m typically into, the writing isn''t super sharp and is a little amateurish for Moore at times, but the book is itself is very clean and looks great, and the story is very deserving of being a classic comic.
As for the story, its a classic comic book story by one of the most legendary writers, earlier in his writing career than most of his stories that have gathered acclaim. As such, the story does come off as a bit overly idealistic at times, and plot elements feel like they might''ve been concocted by a rebellious teenager. This mostly subsides the about 1/3rd of the way through, and you really start to enjoy its more tender and human moments. David Lloyd''s art style is very old school for comics, which I personally wasn''t looking for, but it is a memorable art style, and Lloyd is clearly a very skilled artist.
As for the product and the edition, the form is very good. I really like the sleeve, with the simple Guy Fawkes mask, and the red foil "V". There are letters and writings from Alan Moore and David Lloyd throughout the book gathered from various fan magazines discussing their inspiration and feelings about their work years after it gained fame, and also includes plenty of concept art from Lloyd which I personally really enjoyed to see. They include some of the original covers and promotional material which are one of the best parts of V for Vendetta. The paper is thin and matte, not glossy or heavily inked, which can feel fragile, but I didn''t have any issues reading through without tearing.

Overall, I''m very happy with the product. It wasn''t the art style I''m typically into, the writing isn''t super sharp and is a little amateurish for Moore at times, but the book is itself is very clean and looks great, and the story is very deserving of being a classic comic.
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Un cómic esencial
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2019
Este cómic es un clásico dentro de la no tan extensa pero muy significativa obra en cómic del genial Alan Moore. Situada en una Inglaterra totalitaria en una especie de futuro cercano post apocalíptico, la enigmática figura de "V" se alza como un rebelde solitario que se... See more
Este cómic es un clásico dentro de la no tan extensa pero muy significativa obra en cómic del genial Alan Moore. Situada en una Inglaterra totalitaria en una especie de futuro cercano post apocalíptico, la enigmática figura de "V" se alza como un rebelde solitario que se enfrenta a un gobierno opresor y tirano, en una clave de anarquía que disimula un plan de liberación muy estudiado , y que nos dará momentos muy memorables, en una trama que se nos antoja siempre de actualidad. Muy recomendable aunque casi tiene 40 años de publicado.
Este cómic es un clásico dentro de la no tan extensa pero muy significativa obra en cómic del genial Alan Moore. Situada en una Inglaterra totalitaria en una especie de futuro cercano post apocalíptico, la enigmática figura de "V" se alza como un rebelde solitario que se enfrenta a un gobierno opresor y tirano, en una clave de anarquía que disimula un plan de liberación muy estudiado , y que nos dará momentos muy memorables, en una trama que se nos antoja siempre de actualidad. Muy recomendable aunque casi tiene 40 años de publicado.
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Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2021
The paper quality is much better than the previous version I had. One of the best graphic novels of all time. I would recommend this hardcover as an upgrade to the paperback or to new readers.
The paper quality is much better than the previous version I had. One of the best graphic novels of all time. I would recommend this hardcover as an upgrade to the paperback or to new readers.
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Damaged on the inside, not shippers fault but book company
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2020
Story of course is great, a classic, but halfway through the book the pages were stuck together, I had no way of fixing this, and its badly damaged unfortunately. This is pretty annoying
Story of course is great, a classic, but halfway through the book the pages were stuck together, I had no way of fixing this, and its badly damaged unfortunately. This is pretty annoying
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Culturalmente enriquecedor
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2020
Una obra con extensas referencias tanto a la cultura de su época como a la rebelión de la pólvora siglos atrás. Prepárate para un escabroso viaje lleno de desobediencia social que da la voz de alerta ante los peligros de los regímenes totalitarios.
Una obra con extensas referencias tanto a la cultura de su época como a la rebelión de la pólvora siglos atrás. Prepárate para un escabroso viaje lleno de desobediencia social que da la voz de alerta ante los peligros de los regímenes totalitarios.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2019
Very well put together, the art is awesome and the story is so good. You will not be disappointed with this book.
Very well put together, the art is awesome and the story is so good. You will not be disappointed with this book.
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In memory of DC Vertigo
Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2019
This was the best thing to come out of DC Vertigo. Had to grab a piece of history, I can easily see this set spiking in price after the end of Vertigo.
This was the best thing to come out of DC Vertigo. Had to grab a piece of history, I can easily see this set spiking in price after the end of Vertigo.
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Andrew O.Top Contributor: Graphic Novels
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Alan Moore shows us "Ideas are bullet proof" 30 years later.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 13, 2019
Aside from the movie i’d seen once and probably a decade ago this was my introduction to V For Vendetta. I had never read this comic before and figured since it was a complete and contained story I would go with the anniversary hardcover edition. Typically I''m not one for...See more
Aside from the movie i’d seen once and probably a decade ago this was my introduction to V For Vendetta. I had never read this comic before and figured since it was a complete and contained story I would go with the anniversary hardcover edition. Typically I''m not one for hardcover editions and prefer paperback for some odd reason I figured I''d pick up the anniversary edition hoping it would contain extras and a more premium experience compared to the standard paperback. For anyone new, this is a story with a political focus, I for one am not one for politics at least right now I''m not, but this story had my complete focus and was captivating every chapter. The thing I found most immersive and interesting was the world and how it''s delivered by Alan Moore. Since this has a relevance to politics this is one series that will always be relevant throughout time in my opinion and because of that regardless of the year it will always be a comic you can pick up and read whenever. I myself already plan to read it again on a nice summer weekend. The story was well written and like I said I can''t wait to come back to it and maybe pick up on more details that I probably missed, making it even better to come back to. The artwork was also great although it does show a bit of age to it in terms of style and the colours but is still a classic story. Well, what makes the 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition different from the trade paperback?, well it includes the complete 10 issue story along with the pages that bridge the issues together, a history of the creative process of creating V and the series and some artwork. The paper is also different from the trade paperbacks as well, feeling more … I''m not sure if vintage is the right word but it''s thinner and seems more old fashioned, something I can''t relate to as I''ve only been reading comics for maybe 7 months. It also has the issue covers which is great to see where the issues are split up and cool to see them included which I loved and think it should be done more. The only downside I can think of for the collection are that I wish there were a few extra pages of the sketchbook, the paper, tends to show creases (I''ll show in pictures) although it''s fine I''m just being nit picky about it. I also found a mark on the bottom of one of the pages I read, luckily it didn''t affect the artwork and was only on the one page but it would be impossible not to notice. Overall I loved the story and what was included in this anniversary edition, and would recommend this to anyone. Should any higher up of DC be reading, I''d like to make request for what may be included in a 40th or 50th year anniversary deluxe edition. I would like an interview with Alan Moore and David Lloyd discussing the impact V For Vendetta has had on their lives and modern day comics, I would also like the final script included (something done for Batman Arkham Asylums 25th anniversary) I know it would be long and take up a lot of space in a collection but it would be cool. Lastly for some odd reason I think a fabric bookmark would be nice to save your spot. I think the paper would be fine because the thicker gloss paper would take up a lot of room but would be appreciated if used. I look very forward to diving into Alan Moore''s Watchmen as I’ve heard it''s a phenomenal story as well. Hopefully you found this review helpful and happy reading.
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30th anniversary deluxe video review
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 17, 2021
As you can see from my video and photos, I dive in and give you my initial first thoughts and impressions. I won’t touch on the subject of the story line as that comes down to personal preference. But here is what I liked and disliked from the aesthetic side of the 30th...See more
As you can see from my video and photos, I dive in and give you my initial first thoughts and impressions. I won’t touch on the subject of the story line as that comes down to personal preference. But here is what I liked and disliked from the aesthetic side of the 30th anniversary deluxe addition: What I liked: • Awesome dust cover. • The book it self, the hardcover has a leather feel to it. What I disliked: • I’m a little disappointed with the art’s level of detail compared to other comics. My personal bias & Verdict : Although the art does not match up to the level of detail as say, Batman white night for example and many others, it still holds true to how it was authentically made out to be back in it’s day. It would be like comparing Apple’s to Oranges. But I thought to give ( you the reader ) a heads up of what you’re getting beforehand. If you’re a Fan of V for Vendetta, I’d recommend this version OVER the Absolute edition simply because it has been noted that the spine of the absolute version was becoming loose on several books that can be seen on YouTube. This version, although has a glued spine ( see photo), has withstood the test of time to my knowledge from other people’s testimonies. Plus the dust cover just looks freaking awesome.
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Just About Perfect Version
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 22, 2018
This is a wonderful re-issue of a decades old book, from the new cover to the rejigged contents. I''m not sure how much is new for this edition and what''s been available before but it works really well for me and has made me pleased I''ve bought a collected edition of this...See more
This is a wonderful re-issue of a decades old book, from the new cover to the rejigged contents. I''m not sure how much is new for this edition and what''s been available before but it works really well for me and has made me pleased I''ve bought a collected edition of this book for the first time. I''ve always wanted a collection complete with the pages that were added to the individual DC issues but I''m not a fan of the oversized Absolute editions which is the only place I believe these were available before. Having each chapter beginning with the original cover is fairly standard but keeping these inclusive of the original numbering, logos and dates etc is a nice nostalgic touch. One thing that has always annoyed me, right back to its original appearance in Warrior, is the little "fnnf fnnf" sound effect when Delia Surridge detects the smell of roses in her room. It stuck out like a sore thumb in a book where there were no other sound effects and it''s nice to see that removed - is this the first time that''s been done? Maybe it''s not even been done on purpose but I love it. There are a few minor colouring errors where the pointers from the speech bubbles have been painted over. Given that the pointers are hard to see anyway means the error isn''t surprising but it would have been nice if someone had spotted it during production. A small complaint however in what is a major success I think.
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Worth the extra money
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 24, 2020
The extra art pages really make it worth getting this edition. I suppose if you find the serialised format distracting, you won’t like it, because it does break up the chapters so it’s obvious where they start and end, which I don’t remember with the trade paperback. I...See more
The extra art pages really make it worth getting this edition. I suppose if you find the serialised format distracting, you won’t like it, because it does break up the chapters so it’s obvious where they start and end, which I don’t remember with the trade paperback. I don’t really think the book delivers on what the opening chapters were promising, but re-reading it after about 10 years I did appreciate the stories of the side characters more (although it was still kind of hard to keep track of them). I think I like this more than Watchmen, because there’s a clear antagonist and it doesn’t need you to know about a genre of comics to get it. I suppose this still calls back to type of vigilante comic hero, but there’s no direct references.
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A Classic Among Classics !
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2021
Don''t waste you''re time filling your heads with the drivvel of the Wachowski Brothers... Or is that Sisters now ? ? Either way, THAT film. That horrible, horrible film... Just read this masterpiece (and for once on the internet the use of the word "masterpiece" is not an...See more
Don''t waste you''re time filling your heads with the drivvel of the Wachowski Brothers... Or is that Sisters now ? ? Either way, THAT film. That horrible, horrible film... Just read this masterpiece (and for once on the internet the use of the word "masterpiece" is not an over exaggerration). Seems to be constantly dooking it out with Watchmen for which is the best of Alan Moore''s works... Though that would be The Ballad of Halo Jones, for my money anyway. Though imo, V for Vendetta comes in a very close second. A phenomenal book, with a great story and some of the most stunning and atmospheric artwork of the era. David Lloyd really did a cracking job. Just get it, it''s brill.
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