Comics Interview, Alan Moore interview

David Anthony Kraft’s Comics Interview 12 (1984)

This issue of Comics Interview features a lengthy chat with Alan Moore. He discusses his many works and upcoming projects. There’s some fun answers involving Swampy. At the time this article was published, Bissette and Totleben were working with Moore. Saga of the Swamp Thing #25 would have been in stores.
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The image deserves a caption contest. It looks like Moore is singing in the back of a van
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“I’m trying in my own way to put the mystique back into superheroes”

Moore spends a decent amount of time discussing Marvel Man and V.
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“The main thing I wanted to understand was the character himself. I wanted a credible scientific explanation for the Swamp Thing”

Moore mentions his favorite Swamp Thing book is Anatomy Lesson 
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He gives a brief glimpse into the upcoming Nuke Face Papers storyline.
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Moore presents a great recap and explanation regarding his story choices.
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This is the Place by Alan Moore with Bissette and Totleben on visuals. The poem, below, has been published numerous times in various books but first appeared in Swamp Thing 28 (1984) and later in DC Sampler 2 in the same month.

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The page features my favorite Swamp Thng logo
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Go Dogs! An awesome Jack Davis illustration for UGA
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A dynamic and daring Captain Carrot caper
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