State Library of Pennsylvania Cataloging PALA 2009 (Portrait Slides)

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  1. 1. <ul><li>100 1_ |a Moore, Alan, |d 1953- </li></ul><ul><li>245 10 |a Watchmen / |c Alan Moore, writer ; Dave Gibbons, illustrator/letterer ; John Higgins, colorist. </li></ul><ul><li>260 __ |a New York : |b DC Comics, |c c2008. </li></ul><ul><li>300 __ |a 1 v. (various pagings) : |b chiefly col. ill. ; |c 27 cm. </li></ul><ul><li>500 __ |a Biographical and other material from the introduction to the Graphitti Designs ed. (1988) appended at end of vol. </li></ul><ul><li>500 __ |a Title from indicia. </li></ul><ul><li>505 0_ |a #1 : At Midnight, All the Agents - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #2 : Absent Friends - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #3 : The Judge of All the Earth - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #4 : Watchmaker - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Dr. Manhattan: Super-Powers and the Superpowers - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #5 : Fearful Symmetry - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; A Man on Fifteen Dead Men’s Chests - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #6 : The Abyss Gazes Also - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Walter J. Kovacs Police Report - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #7 : A Brother to Dragons - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Blood from the Shoulder of Pallas - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #8 : Old Ghosts - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; New Frontiersman - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #9 : The Darkness of Mere Being - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; [Sal’s Scrapbook] - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #10 : Two Riders Were Approaching... - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Veidt - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #11 : Look on My Works, Ye Mighty... - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; After the Masquerade - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #12 : A Stronger Loving World - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer. </li></ul><ul><li>506 1_ |a Restricted access; |c Written permission required from parent required for teens, no access for under 16; |b Donor. </li></ul><ul><li>520 __ |a This stunning graphic novel chronicles the fall from grace of a group of superheroes plagued by all too human failings. The concept of the super hero is dissected and inverted as strangely realistic characters are stalked by an unknown assassin. Originally published as a 12 issue series in 1986 and 1987, Watchmen remains one of DC Comics’ most popular graphic novels. </li></ul><ul><li>521 __ |a Mature audiences. </li></ul><ul><li>526 0_ |a Popular literature gifted program | b Grade 12 | c 7 | d 50 |z Final reading selection for semester 01. </li></ul><ul><li>530 __ |a Also available as a library grade Absolute edition |b DC Entertainment ; Amazon.com |z http://www.amazon.com/Watchmen-Absolute-Alan-Moore/dp/1401207138/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1254161902&sr=1-1 </li></ul><ul><li>534 __ |p Originally published |a Watchmen |b no.1-12 |c New York : DC Comics, 1986-1987 |n published as a Baxter comic. </li></ul>Watchmen bib record, part I
  2. 2. Watchmen bib record, part II <ul><li>540 __ |a Photocopying permitted, if used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research, |c Title 17, United States Code. </li></ul><ul><li>545 0_ |a Alan Moore was born November 18, 1953 in Northampton, England, an industrial town between London and Birmingham, the oldest son of brewery worker Ernest Moore and printer Sylvia Doreen. In 1979, Moore began working as a cartoonist for the weekly music magazine Sounds, in which a detective story called Roscoe Moscow appeared under the pseudonym Curt Vile. Moore’s early contributions were to Doctor Who Weekly and the famous science-fiction title 2000 AD, under which Moore created several popular series, such as The Ballad of Halo Jones, Skizz, and D.R. & Quinch. Moore then worked for Warrior, a British anthology magazine. Moore’s exceptional writing talent won him his first American series, Saga of the Swamp Thing. In addition to Saga of the Swamp Thing, Moore also penned several other DC titles, such as Tales of the Green Lantern Corps, a Batman Annual and several Superman stories. In 1986, while DC Comics was reconstructing their comic’s universe, Moore quietly came out with Watchmen. |u http://www.alanmoorefansite.com/bio.html </li></ul><ul><li>545 0_ |a Dave Gibbons, born April 14th in 1949, has been playing a major role in the world of comics for over 30 years now. He began his comics career in 1973, when he started to contribute to the magazine 2000. Since then he has drawn and written for all the major publishers in North America and his home country Great Britain. His work has been and still is published all over the world. He has depicted the adventures of SUPERMAN, BATMAN, DR WHO, DAN DARE and GREEN LANTERN, amongst many many others.He co-created the long running ROGUE TROOPER for 2000 A.D., where he also worked on HARLEM HEROES In 1982, he began drawing the ’Green Lantern’ series for a memorable run. Real big success came when he collaborated with Alan Moore on the famous ’WATCHMEN’ for D.C. comics in 1986/87, for which he got an Hugo award. |u http://davegibbonsfansite.com/cms/front_content.php?idcat=36 </li></ul><ul><li>561 10 |a Collection originally begun by William TB Fee and continued by Mary Spila. Donor wishes to remain anonymous. </li></ul><ul><li>581 __ |a Watchmen As Literature: A Critical Study of the Graphic Novel / Sara J. Van Ness. New York : Mcfarland & Co., 2010. |z 978-0786444755. </li></ul><ul><li>586 __ |a Hugo Award (Other Forms), 1988. </li></ul><ul><li>600 17 |a The Comedian |q (Blake, Edward) |e (fictitious character) |e (parody of Peacemaker and Nick Fury) |v Comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>600 17 |a Rorschach |q (Walter Kovacs) |e (fictitious character) |e (parody of the Question) |v Comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>600 17 |a Doctor Manhattan |q (Osterman, Jon, Dr.) |e (fictitious character) |e (parody of Captain Atom) |v Comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>600 17 |a Nite Owl (II) |q (Dreiberg, Daniel) |e (fictitious character) |e (parody of the Blue Beetle (Kord, Ted)) |v Comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>600 17 |a Ozymandias |q (Veidt, Adrian) |e (fictitious character) |e (parody of Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt) |v Comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>600 17 |a Silk Spectre (II) |q (Juspeczyk) |e (fictitious character) |e (parody of Nightshade, Black Canary and Phantom Lady) |v Comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>650 _0 |a Heroes |v Comic books, strips, etc. |v Fiction. </li></ul><ul><li>655 _0 |a Graphic novels. </li></ul><ul><li>655 _7 |a Superhero comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>655 _7 |a Political comic books, strips, etc. |2 local. </li></ul><ul><li>658 __ |a Literary analysis |b understanding language, elements of plots, themes, motives, characters, setting in graphical literature |c HLIT201 |d highly correlated |2 AHS </li></ul><ul><li>700 1_ |a Gibbons, Dave, |d 1949- |e artist and letterer. </li></ul><ul><li>700 1_ |a Higgins, John, |d 1949- |e colorist. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Watchmen / Alan Moore, writer ; Dave Gibbons, illustrator/letterer ; John... Main author: Moore, Alan, 1953- Title: Watchmen / Alan Moore, writer ; Dave Gibbons, illustrator/letterer ; John Higgins, colorist. Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2008. Description: Book 1 v. (various pagings) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm. Summary: This stunning graphic novel chronicles the fall from grace of a group of superheroes plagued by all too human failings. The concept of the super hero is dissected and inverted as strangely realistic characters are stalked by an unknown assassin. Originally published as a 12 issue series in 1986 and 1987, Watchmen remains one of DC Comics’ most popular graphic novels. Notes: Biographical and other material from the introduction to the Graphitti Designs ed. (1988) appended at end of vol. Title from indicia. Restricted access; Written permission required from parent required for teens, no access for under 16; Donor. Also available as a library grade Absolute edition DC Entertainment ; Amazon.com Originally published Watchmen no.1-12 New York : DC Comics, 1986-1987 published as a Baxter comic Photocopying permitted, if used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research, Title 17, United States Code. Collection originally begun by William TB Fee and continued by Mary Spila. Donor wishes to remain anonymous. Audience: Mature audiences. Biography/History: Alan Moore was born November 18, 1953 in Northampton, England, an industrial town between London and Birmingham, the oldest son of brewery worker Ernest Moore and printer Sylvia Doreen. In 1979, Moore began working as a cartoonist for the weekly music magazine Sounds, in which a detective story called Roscoe Moscow appeared under the pseudonym Curt Vile. Moore’s early contributions were to Doctor Who Weekly and the famous science-fiction title 2000 AD, under which Moore created several popular series, such as The Ballad of Halo Jones, Skizz, and D.R. & Quinch. Moore then worked for Warrior, a British anthology magazine. Moore’s exceptional writing talent won him his first American series, Saga of the Swamp Thing. In addition to Saga of the Swamp Thing, Moore also penned several other DC titles, such as Tales of the Green Lantern Corps, a Batman Annual and several Superman stories. In 1986, while DC Comics was reconstructing their comic’s universe, Moore quietly came out with Watchmen. Dave Gibbons, born April 14th in 1949, has been playing a major role in the world of comics for over 30 years now. He began his comics career in 1973, when he started to contribute to the magazine 2000. Since then he has drawn and written for all the major publishers in North America and his home country Great Britain. His work has been and still is published all over the world. He has depicted the adventures of SUPERMAN, BATMAN, DR WHO, DAN DARE and GREEN LANTERN, amongst many many others.He co-created the long running ROGUE TROOPER for 2000 A.D., where he also worked on HARLEM HEROES In 1982, he began drawing the ’Green Lantern’ series for a memorable run. Real big success came when he collaborated with Alan Moore on the famous ’WATCHMEN’ for D.C. comics in 1986/87, for which he got an Hugo award. Provenance: Collection originally begun by William TB Fee and continued by Mary Spila. Donor wishes to remain anonymous. Watchmen display text, part I
  4. 4. Watchmen display text, part II <ul><li>Publications about this material: Watchmen As Literature: A Critical Study of the Graphic Novel / Sara J. Van Ness. New York : Mcfarland & Co., 2010. 978-0786444755. </li></ul><ul><li>Contents: #1 : At Midnight, All the Agents - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #2 : Absent Friends - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #3 : The Judge of All the Earth - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #4 : Watchmaker - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Dr. Manhattan: Super-Powers and the Superpowers - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #5 : Fearful Symmetry - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; A Man on Fifteen Dead Men’s Chests - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #6 : The Abyss Gazes Also - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Walter J. Kovacs Police Report - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #7 : A Brother to Dragons - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Blood from the Shoulder of Pallas - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #8 : Old Ghosts - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; New Frontiersman - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #9 : The Darkness of Mere Being - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; [Sal’s Scrapbook] - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #10 : Two Riders Were Approaching... - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Veidt - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #11 : Look on My Works, Ye Mighty... - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; After the Masquerade - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer -- #12 : A Stronger Loving World - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer. </li></ul><ul><li>Subject(s): Rorschach (Walter Kovacs) (fictitious character) (parody of the Question) Comic books, strips, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>Heroes Comic books, strips, etc. Fiction. </li></ul><ul><li>Superhero comic books, strips, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>Political comic books, strips, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>Other contributors: Gibbons, Dave, 1949- artist and letterer. </li></ul><ul><li>Higgins, John, 1949- colorist. </li></ul>
  5. 5. ToC display <ul><li>Watchmen / Alan Moore, writer ; Dave Gibbons, illustrator/letterer ; John... </li></ul><ul><li>Contents note: #1 : At Midnight, All the Agents - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#2 : Absent Friends - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#3 : The Judge of All the Earth - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Under the Hood - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#4 : Watchmaker - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Dr. Manhattan: Super-Powers and the Superpowers - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#5 : Fearful Symmetry - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; A Man on Fifteen Dead Men’s Chests - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#6 : The Abyss Gazes Also - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Walter J. Kovacs Police Report - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#7 : A Brother to Dragons - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Blood from the Shoulder of Pallas - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#8 : Old Ghosts - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; New Frontiersman - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#9 : The Darkness of Mere Being - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; [Sal’s Scrapbook] - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#10 : Two Riders Were Approaching... - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; Veidt - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#11 : Look on My Works, Ye Mighty... - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer ; After the Masquerade - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler and inker, John Higgins, colorer, and typeset (uncredited), letterer </li></ul><ul><li>#12 : A Stronger Loving World - Alan Moore, scripter, Dave Gibbons, penciler, inker and letterer, and John Higgins, colorer. </li></ul><ul><li>500 field </li></ul>

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