But if Mr.Moore had his way today, his name would no longer appear on almost any of the graphic novels with which he is most closely associated. "I don't want anythingmore to do with these works," he said in a recent telephone interview, "because they were stolen from me — knowingly stolen from me."
Moore is interviewed at length
at the New York Times. He discusses, among other things, his disdain for Hollywood and DC, the company who will never ever ever return to him the rights to his most famous and beloved works. Sounds a lot like the reason Prince changed his name to the much ridiculed symbol in the early 90s. But Moore has simply asked that his name, rather than be changed, be removed entirely from the forthcoming V for Vendetta film credits.