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What the community says about V for Vendetta
- "I saw the movie and wanted the book. It did not disappoint. It has a superhero feel and you're cheering for the main character throughout, at least I did. The book had some additional pictures throughout that were really good too. They made the story and the book overall a really good read. I was quite engaged with the story and the characters as each were developed wonderfully. ""After thoroughly enjoying the V for Vendetta movie I had to pick up this graphic novel. The world feels much more fleshed out than in the movie and I got more of a sense of what the movie was striving to achieve but fell short of. This is probably one of the best graphic novels from the 90s."
- "I really liked this book. It has the elements I look for in a book. It's mysterious, it's heroic, there are elements of villainous activity; just a great story overall. The writing is very descriptive and I found myself having to read some of the paragraphs twice to get a handle on what was going on, but I loved the book so much that I didn't mind doing so. There are some inner monologues that I found intriguing and interesting. A great price for a great book."
- "A new trade paperback edition of the graphic novel that inspired the hit movie! A powerful story about loss of freedom and individuality, V FOR VENDETTA takes place in a totalitarian England following a devastating war that changed the face of the planet. In a world without political freedom, personal freedom and precious little faith in anything comes a mysterious man in a white porcelain mask who fights political oppressors through terrorism and seemingly absurd acts. It's a gripping tale of the blurred lines between ideological good and evil. This new trade paperbackedition features the improved production values and coloring from the 2005 hardcover."
- "This is the quintessential Alan Moore story. For most people, this is the one everyone knows when they think of Moore. It's a classic story, and has a lot of twists and turns to keep you on your toes while reading. There's also a movie adaptation that is very well regarded, so if you want to see a visual take on it after the fact you have somewhere to go. "