History Comicbook / VForVendetta

22nd Sep '16 9:34:15 PM nombretomado
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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: The titular character from the StoryWithinAStory show "Storm Saxon". Intended in-universe as the show is racist propaganda against black people; it's premise is like the racist and flawed movie ''Film/BirthOfANation'', except a British TV show instead of a US movie.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: The titular character from the StoryWithinAStory show "Storm Saxon". Intended in-universe as the show is racist propaganda against black people; it's premise is like the racist and flawed movie ''Film/BirthOfANation'', ''Film/{{The Birth of a Nation|1915}}'', except a British TV show instead of a US movie.
12th Sep '16 11:55:51 PM KingClark
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* CrazyPrepared: V
12th Sep '16 11:55:23 PM KingClark
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* BookEnd: V kidnaps someone (to save them from a gang/mob).

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* BookEnd: BookEnds: V kidnaps someone (to save them from a gang/mob).
18th Jul '16 5:15:06 AM Amon_Ra
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On November 5th, 1997, a young woman named Evey Hammond, with a job that pays too little to live on and no prospect of anything better, goes out after curfew to try her hand at prostitution. A run-in with a few rapist policemen is interrupted by a mysterious man in a Guy Fawkes mask, a man who kills several of the policemen and whisks Evey away to safety. He takes Evey to a nearby rooftop, giving her a spectacular view of his next act: blowing up the Houses of Parliament.

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On November 5th, 1997, a young woman named Evey Hammond, with a job that pays too little to live on and no prospect of anything better, goes out after curfew to try her hand at prostitution. A run-in with a few rapist policemen is interrupted by a mysterious man in a Guy Fawkes mask, a man who kills several of the policemen and whisks move quickly Evey away to safety. He takes Evey to a nearby rooftop, giving her a spectacular view of his next act: blowing up the Houses of Parliament.
22nd Jun '16 6:08:54 AM gewunomox
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* SympathyForTheDevil: V. Yes he is a murderer and terrorist, but his cause is a worthy cause. In fact, that particular ''RollingStones'' song appears in the graphic novel.

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* SympathyForTheDevil: V. Yes he is a murderer and terrorist, but his cause is a worthy cause. In fact, that particular ''RollingStones'' ''Music/TheRollingStones'' song appears in the graphic novel.
19th Jun '16 2:05:11 PM nombretomado
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** At one point in the comic, V is depicted reading the novel ''V.'' by ThomasPynchon, one of Moore's acknowledged influences.

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** At one point in the comic, V is depicted reading the novel ''V.'' by ThomasPynchon, Creator/ThomasPynchon, one of Moore's acknowledged influences.
16th May '16 9:28:17 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:The Head's computer is hacked and he is sent an anonymous love letter (from V obviously). He is affected so heavily he is turned into a {{Woobie}} for some people]].

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* VillainousBreakdown: [[spoiler:The Head's computer [[spoiler:FATE is hacked and he is sent used to send Susan an anonymous love letter (from V obviously). He is affected so heavily he is turned into a {{Woobie}} for some people]].
16th May '16 9:10:13 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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--> '''Finch''': ''When it reached his abdomen, it was '''still''' cyanide.''

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--> '''Finch''': ''When --->'''Finch''': When it reached his abdomen, it was '''still''' cyanide.''



-->'''Surridge:''' Is it meaningless to apologize?\\

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-->'''Surridge:''' --->'''Surridge:''' Is it meaningless to apologize?\\
1st May '16 9:21:22 AM StarSword
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* PervyPatdown: Alistair Harper discusses an instance of OffscreenVillainy in which he arrested a married couple, beat up the husband, then performed a strip-search of the woman and took the opportunity to feel her up.
9th Apr '16 2:39:22 AM eroock
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'''''V for Vendetta''''' is a comic by Creator/AlanMoore and David Lloyd. Starting in March, 1982, it ran for 10 issues, originally in a British anthology comic called Warrior, and later in its own comic published by DC. It features several of Alan Moore's trademarks: Anarchy portrayed as a positive force, mixing fiction and historical fact, and [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism large amounts of cynicism]].

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'''''V ''V for Vendetta''''' Vendetta'' is a comic by Creator/AlanMoore and David Lloyd. Starting in March, 1982, it ran for 10 issues, originally in a British anthology comic called Warrior, and later in its own comic published by DC. It features several of Alan Moore's trademarks: Anarchy portrayed as a positive force, mixing fiction and historical fact, and [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism large amounts of cynicism]].
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