Writer and artist Frank Miller’s harsh, anti-OWS voice does not boom in comic book shops and the halls of the Internet alone. Alan Moore, widely beloved author of the industry classics “Watchmen” and “V for Vendetta,” offers a badly needed antidote to the torrent of sneering contempt Miller published on his blog weeks ago.
Whatever else might be said about groups like Anonymous and LulzSec—and the MSM says plenty without saying much—they don’t play. Assuming the position of the rogue hacktivist, their members take on big targets in business, government ... (more)
Occupy Wall Street protesters have worn it, as have Anonymous hactivists, chief WikiLeaker Julian Assange and that guy who shared the screen with a shorn Natalie Portman in “V for Vendetta” (that would be Hugo Weaving, who also appears in another cult conspiracy movie, “The Matrix”). But where did the dapper and sinister ... (more)