Trivia: Alan Moore
- Artist Disillusionment: In a 2013 interview with The Guardian, Alan Moore admits that he "hates superheroes" and that he no longer feels that the genre has any value and meaning. Of course, this only applies to the tired superhero genre - he has stated that he loves the comics medium more than ever.
- Creator Recovery: Moore has admitted that he was going through a period of depression while writing Watchmen. Most of what he's written since (with the exception of From Hell) has been much more optimistic, although Neonomicon and the later volumes of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen have made his early 2010s very grim.
- Disowned Adaptation: Any adaptation of anything he's ever written — EVER.note
- V for Vendetta: Moore specifically requested that his name be removed from the production after Joel Silver (the film's producer) lied about Moore's enthusiasm for the shooting script. This, and the rather poor quality of previous adaptations of From Hell and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, prompted his (in retrospect, possibly hasty) decision to have his name removed from any and all adaptations of works he has no ownership of, and his pseudo-royalties distributed amongst the relevant artists. Hence, he has received no money from the filmmakers behind V for Vendetta, Constantine, or the Watchmen movie.
- Zack Snyder, director of Watchmen once said that the best-case scenario of ever getting Moore to watch his movie was that there might come one odd day where Moore accidentally puts the DVD into his player and turns it off after a second. Moore replied to this by saying Snyder was giving the movie too much credit.
- Of course, Snyder didn't help his case by saying Alan might some day put it in a DVD player in London. As opposed to Northampton, where he actually lives.
- One of the confirmed exceptions is For the Man Who Has Everything. The other is Harry Partridge's Affectionate Parody Saturday Morning Watchmen.
- Old Shame: He's publicly said that he doesn't want his very early strips from Sounds magazine, Roscoe Moscow and The Stars My Degradation, ever reprinted.
- Schedule Slip: V for Vendetta, Lost Girls, and From Hell were all heavily delayed due to problems with publishers/publications collapsing, but were eventually finished.